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JET 354165 JDP-15M 3/4-HP 15-Inch Bench Drill Press

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  • Bench mount drill press with 16 speeds ranging from 200 to 3,630 RPM
  • Crank-operated, rotating worktable tilts up to 45-Degree; full 10-by-13-Inch work surface
  • 3/4 HP 115/230-Volt motor; 15-Inch swing; adjustable tension spindle return spring
  • Includes 5/8-Inch drill chuck and key; built-in work-light (bulb not included)
  • Measures 31-by-13-by-39-1/2-Inch (Length by Weight by Height); weighs 150-Pound
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Technical Details
Part Number 354165
Item Weight163 pounds
Product Dimensions31 x 13 x 40 inches
Item model number354165
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Power Sourceac
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
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Best Sellers Rank #45,653 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight163 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableSeptember 23, 2004
  
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JDP-15M 15" Bench Mount Drill Press 3/4HP 1PH 115/230V Got limited space in the shop? You need the versatility of the JDP-15M 15" bench mounted drill press. In addition to cutting perfectly perpendicular holes, its 16 speeds allow you to use it for non-drilling chores such as sanding, mortising, shaping, routing, plating, and other practical jobs. Reconfiguration is pretty slick, too, with a hinged metal belt and pulley cover providing easy access to the quick adjustment motor mount to allow rapid spindle speed changes. The rotating, 45° operated worktable has quick release clamp for fast, accurate adjustments, allowing you to be efficient and creative. Jet stands behind this machine, too, with a 5-year warranty and best-in-class customer service. Jet tools is committed to being the tool supplier you can depend on for the epitome of quality, innovation and service. Jet tools has worked hard to make this a reality that has been ongoing since they introduced their products more than 50 years ago

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Incredibly versatile and easy to use, the JET 354165 JDP-15M 3/4 HP 15-Inch Bench Drill Press offers 16 speeds (200 to 3,630 RPM) so you can choose the best speed for the job. Ideal for home shop use, this efficient press has a 15-inch swing, comes with a 5/8-inch drill chuck and key, and includes a convenient built-in work light (bulb not included).

The JET JDP-15M 15-Inch Bench Drill Press offers:
  • A 3/4 HP 115/230-volt motor for reliable power
  • 16 speeds (200 to 3,630 RPM) for job-specific performance
  • Quick-release, crank-operated worktable height adjustment
  • An easy-access push-button switch for convenient operation
  • A 10-by-13-inch work surface in front of the drill bit



A 3/4 HP motor delivers efficcient and reliable drilling performance. View larger.


A large work surface with mounting grooves and crank-operated height adjustment provides versatility.
Large Work Table and X-Pattern Grooves for Flexibility
The JDP-15M tackles jobs both big and small, thanks to its quick-release, crank-operated worktable height adjustment, which allows rotation to 45 degrees in either direction. It also features a full 10-by-13-inch work surface in front of the drill bit. For added flexibility, the table features X-pattern mounting grooves, and it is reversible for mounting a fence in the rear mounting grooves.

Powerful Motor and Adjustable Tension Spindle Return for Consistency
The JDP-15M owes its robust performance to a 3/4 HP, 115/230-volt motor for reliable power and variable speed. It also has a 15-inch swing and includes an adjustable tension spindle return that's ideal for repetitive drilling of the same depth.

Time-Saving Hinged Metal Belt, Pulley Cover, and Quick-Set Bolt
A hinged metal belt and pulley cover provide quick and easy access to the quick adjustment motor mount, making for rapid spindle speed changes. To save you even more time, the depth stop displays in both inches and millimeters, and it has a quick-set bolt for fast, accurate adjustments.

Push-Button Switch and Ball bearing Construction for Safety and Durability
Designed to be both durable and user-friendly, the JDP-15M features a push-button switch conveniently located on the front, and the spindle is supported by high-quality ball bearings. Finally, the 66-millimeter quill assembly can fit the optional Jet mortising attachment--perfect for those looking to expand the capabilities of the drill press.

The JDP-15M measures 23 x 12 x 32 inches (WxHxL), weights 163 pounds, and comes with a five-year warranty.

About JET: A History of Sharing New, Feature-Rich Products
Opened in 1958 after the founder of the company, Leslie P. Sussman, took the first Boeing Jet Airplane trip from Seattle, Washington to Japan, JET began as a small dealer that sold air hoists and trolleys out of a single hardware store in Seattle. Over the years, JET has carried everything from snowmobiles, transmitter radios, and forklifts to nylon stockings, but by the early 1970s, metalworking had become the base of their business line. And by the 1980s, JET had expanded into the realm of woodworking. Today, you'll find that JET offers a wide range of popular woodworking tools that are backed with best-in-class features and excellent service.

What's in the Box
Bench mount drill press, 5/8-inch drill chuck, and key.

Customer Reviews

Power to spare, spindle runs true and quiet, good chuck, = Good Drillpress.
Mr Phil
It is much better to keep your table flat and work with an angled vise, than to try to angle your work table with your work piece clamped to it.
G. Peterson
I'm very please with my purchase, and would recommend it to anyone wanting a quality drill press.
Alexa-Birgit Terracin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

64 of 65 people found the following review helpful By G. Peterson on July 29, 2010
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For those of you who need a quality drill press, but whose shops are a little small for a floor-standing model, this is probably your best bet. Combined with a quality drill press vise (6" or larger), you can do just about anything. I build custom furniture and use this press for numerous purposes, and can confidently drill accurate stopped holes in curved hardwood stock without problems.

The press comes via freight in a single box. It is HEAVY but can be man-handled around on the ground without too much issue. You will need to assemble the press out of the box. Assembly is very easy - until you need to lift the drill head and motor housing onto the column. It is possible to do it yourself if you are tall and strong, but I recommend having a helper because it is a bit of a workout.

All parts are well-machined and HEAVY. The base and column are substantial pieces of metal, and the worktable is larger than most. Fit and finish are good - the work table moves easily on the column without too much play, and the clamp handles to lock down the table require little effort to utilize and hold the table very securely. Out of the box the machined metal will be greasy and dirty - you will want to wipe it down with a good degreaser like WD40 to clean it up before use. Not necessary, but you might also want to run a metal file around the table edges and slots to make sure there aren't any sharp burrs left after machining. Once assembled, this is a HEAVY piece of equipment. I keep mentioning the weight, but my last benchtop drill press I was able to move around pretty easily and scoot it on the top of a worktable. Even sitting on an old towel, it is hard to push this drill press around even a few inches. This is good if you are looking for a solid, stable work surface.
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31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Fan on June 23, 2009
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I decided to write this review since it didn't have a very good rating. I've had my drill press since April 2008 and I use it quite often. I haven't had any problems. It does everything I need. It drills very straight without wobble. I do woodworking and pen turning. It was easy to set up, although it was very heavy so I needed assistance placing the top portion on the lower portion. Like one reviewer wrote, it's a table top but it's not small. It's works and acts like a full size press. If you're looking for a press that is portable or that you can move around your bench, this isn't for you. I put mine on a cabinet I built that has wheels so I can move it around the garage.

I would highly recommend it.

***May 25, 2010 Update***
Still using the drill press, a lot, and still working great and I would still recommend it.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By IQLessThanU on January 15, 2013
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So far, I really like this press. It seems like a great buy for the price. It is smooth, solid and relatively quiet. I had to make a few tweaks but we should expect a little compromise at this price level.

Pros:
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1) Assembly was easy. You'll need a second person to help with the head assembly.

2) This thing is solid. In fact, it's a mini-beast at 150+ lbs.

3) Work light is a nice plus

Cons and Nitpicks:
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1) Vibration and wobble Issues
- According to the parts list, one of the belts I got was one size too big and I couldn't get proper tension. I grabbed one at my local auto parts store for $8. I didn't want to wait for a replacement.

- The nut on spindle pulley was torqued down goofy at the factory and the pulley wasn't "true." I loosened the nut, rocked the pulley a little to even things out and tightened it back down.

- This might be my bad, but there was about .004" of runout after I installed the chuck/arbor. Several re-installation attempts didn't seem to help. Not sure if this is super-bad, but a guy on a forum suggested whacking it with a mallet. So, I found the "bad" spot with a cheap dial indicator, installed a socket extender in the chuck and gave it a few whacks with a mallet. Runout is now .002"

There is still a tiny bit of vibration left but I have it down to an acceptable level (for me). This isn't an industrial class machine anyway.

2) Several folks have mentioned minor issues with the iron work so I wasn't surprised. I had to file down the edges of the table since it was razor sharp. Also, one of the bolt holes was partially blocked by some stray iron.
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By J. richardson on February 26, 2008
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I was looking for a benchtop drill press, and decided to get the jet. It is called a bench top drill press but i think that it is a full size drill press on a short pole. The table top is the biggest in its class. Changing speeds and setting the depth stop are excellent. Spend the extra money for a 3/4 hp instead of a 1/2 or 1/3 hp. Just another great jet product.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By cgs7 on May 4, 2011
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The drill arived from the freight company several days later than expected, but in good condition.

Purchase date 1 April 2011

I researched the reviews from Fine Wood Working, looked a the General International and choose the Jet based on the table dimentions and other individuals reviews. As a comparison, I priced out the General 15" bench top made in Canada. At nearly "FIVE" time the cost of the Asian manufactured tools, I doubt the more costly cousin would yield five times the accuracy (it does not.) Yes, the Canada made General is a better quality tool, the castings are fine grain, motor and handles are up scale.

Assembly was easy, the castings for the table and base are little coarse, a small hole was filled in the table, but nothing to loose sleep over.

It is a large drill, you will need help assembling the head if you are not over 6' tall.

The tappered spindle out of the box was not true. Once everything was assembled, I installed a 1/4 drill bit on slow speed and watched it swing around like a it had one to many.

I put the tappered spindle between centers on the lathe and sure enough, no dial indicator needed, it was not ground concentric.

A call to Jet and a replacement spindle was sent in a few days. They quouted .08" for acceptable spindle runout.

Runs like a champ, powerful and smooth (for a general purpose drill press.)

If not for the spindle, I would have given five stars and it will probably last my lifetime.
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