If you are looking at purchasing power tools that can be widely used with wood boards, plastic sheeting, aluminum, composite panels, resin panels, thin metal, circuit board, precision machining of hard materials and other non-specific drilling this is the ideal bench drill press for you.
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This drill press is ideal for mold making, document binding, electronic manufacturers, scientific experiments, and other projects can seriously use this tool.
Drill Presses are primarily used to drill or enlarge a cylindrical hole in a workpiece or part. The chief operation performed on the drill press is drilling, but other possible operations as per above also include: reaming, countersinking, counterboring, and tapping.
The mini type drill press used in the workshop is a very common machine found in both home and industrial workshops. This style drill press is composed of four major groups of assemblies: the head, table, column, and base.
The head contains the motor and variable speed mechanism used to drive the spindle. The spindle is housed within the quill, which can be moved up or down by either manual or automatic feed.
The table is mounted on the column, and is used to support the workpiece. The table may be raised or lowered on the column, depending upon the machining needs.
The column is the backbone of the drill press. The head and base are clamped to it, and it serves as a guide for the table.
The cast-iron base is the supporting member of the entire structure.