|Item Weight||62.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||22.4 x 16 x 11 inches|
|Item model number||B13F|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Warranty, parts & labor|
Hitachi B13F 10-Inch Benchtop Drill Press with Laser
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- Motor: 1/3 HP, 3.5 amp, continuous duty, induction-type, 120v, 60 Hz
- 5 Speeds easy change with V-belt and pulleys : 680, 1160, 1780, 2380, 3000
- Drilling Capacity 1/2 inch in cast iron; Spindle Taper JT33; Spindle Travel 2.5 in; Chuck size 1/16 to 1/2 in. drill bit range
- Table 7.75 x 7.75 in; to spindle 10.75 in; L-R tilt 45 deg; Base to spindle 15.75 in
- Includes: Laser assembly, Drill chuck 1/2 in
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For precision, this drill press includes an X-Y axis laser and a locking depth-scale.
The B13F's integrated Class III-A laser-beam adjusts along the X-Y axis for pinpoint accuracy when drilling. Easy laser adjustment knobs allow for easy calibration of the drill press.
Additionally, the B13F lets you lock in depths for precise drilling. The depth-scale ring, located at the base of the feed handle, means you can make quick and easy depth adjustments without the need for special tools.
Powerful Induction Motor with Five Speed Settings
The B13F features a 1/3-horsepower induction motor that is powerful enough to drill a wide variety of materials, including wood, aluminum, plastic, mild steel, stainless steel and more. And with five speed settings--680, 1,160, 1,780, 2,380, and 3,000 RPM--you can choose the speed that's best for your material and bit size (the chuck accepts drill bits from 1/16- to 1/2-inch).
Smart Design That's Built to Last
Everything, from the induction motor to the 7-13/16-inch-square cast-iron table, is built for reliable performance. The cleverly designed table moves along a smooth rack-and-pinion gearing system and locks in place for reliable support during operation. An added bonus, the table adjusts 45 degrees to the right or left for angled drilling.
At 67.8 pounds, the B13F is lightweight enough for easy storage and portability. It is backed by Hitachi's two-year warranty.
About Hitachi: A Tradition of Innovation
Hitachi Power Tools (Hitachi Koki USA, Ltd.) provides professional-grade power tools for a variety of applications, including woodwork, metalwork, concrete, drilling, cutting, and fastening. Hitachi is a leader in power tool research and development and has achieved many firsts in the power tool industry. Today, Hitachi continues the tradition of innovation and engineering with new features in addition to classic quality.
What's in the Box
B13F Drill Press, hex wrench, two batteries, and chuck key
Top Customer Reviews
i have since writing the above had more time with the machine and like it even less. the motor is not at all powerful; when drilling thru 1/4" steel the press easily gets overloaded and stalls out. this makes for tedious and long drilling times; having to go slow and all to keep the thing from stalling out under this modest load.
A year later, mine was on the scrap pile. The motor began emitting bad noises and wouldn't run. Before that, I kept encountering a long series of quality disappointments. I had hoped for more from Hitachi.
For almost exactly the same $129 I paid for this one, I bought a replacement from Harbor Freight which has held up way better.
Also, having an MT2 chuck mount gives you a lot more choices than the JT33 found in lower end drill presses. The HF has an MT2. This press, a JT33.
I bought this item, as I have other Hitachi power tools that are excellent value for the cost. This is not one of them. When I got it, I was excited to get it put together, as I have projects waiting on a drill press. Alas, not to be.
Out of the box, I hear rattling sounds in the motor assembly. I shake it, and nothing falls out - so I shrug and go on.
Put item together, lo and behold, the motor does not turn. When powered on, it just hums. No spin, just hum. Powering off and unplugging, I can turn the motor by hand, but no joy when I try to do it with the power. Sigh.
This is made in China, and apparently made by the cheap knockoff elves. Poor quality would not recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The drive sleeve broke and nobody carries the part to repair this piece of Hitachi. Every parts place I could find said they did not make it anymore and there was no replacement... Read morePublished 4 months ago by GARY A. HELBERG
I've owned this model for 3 years and it's been just fine for me and I've done a lot of drilling with it (not just occassional). Read morePublished on January 19, 2012 by CD
I have a lot of tools and out all the bench drill presses I've either used or owned this is the best for the price and it has very quick change drill speeds.... Read morePublished on February 10, 2011 by Tool Addict
Unit has enough power for most jobs. Easy to assemble. Parts are made from sturdy steel. Not for commercial use. Perfect for home work shop.Published on April 12, 2009 by David Reifman
I'm very well satisfied with this bench top drill press. It went together easily and is well built for a drill press this size. Read morePublished on May 9, 2008 by Beverly Eckert
Received the first one broken after a call a new one arrived a few days later been working great.Published on May 9, 2008 by D. Parish