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SHOP FOX W1670 1/2-Horsepower Floor Radial Drill Press

4.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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  • Motor: 1/2 HP, 110V
  • Overall height: Floor model: 64-1/2"
  • Spindle travel: 3-1/4"
  • Number of speeds: 5
  • Drill chuck: 5/8"
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Technical Details

  • Head tilts: 45° left / 90° right
  • Range of speeds: 550, 880, 1,520, 2,490, 3,470 RPM
  • Swing: 34" maximum
  • Table: Precision ground cast iron
  • Table size: 12-1/4" dia.
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Product Description

Product Description

Motor 1/2 HP 110V Floor model, 64-1/2, Spindle travel 3-1/4", Number of speeds: 5, Drill chuck: 5/8"

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The radial arm drill press is one of the most versatile and handy drill presses you can add to your shop. Between the tilt of the head and the tilt of the table you can drill any angle necessary. You can also use it as a horizontal boring machine. Add to this an incredible swing which allows you to bore to the center of a workpiece that is 34" wide and you have one of the best values available in a drill press.

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Technical Details

Part Number W1670
Item Weight 157 pounds
Product Dimensions 55 x 20 x 10 inches
Item model number W1670
Voltage 110 volts
Horsepower 0.5
Item Package Quantity 1
Special Features Head tilts: 45° left / 90° right, Range of speeds: 550, 880, 1,520, 2,490, 3,470 RPM, Swing: 34" maximum, Table: Precision ground cast iron, Table size: 12-1/4" dia., Table swing: 360 degrees, Table tilts: 90 degrees in both directions

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ASIN B001R23SOU
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4.4 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #315,606 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#38 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Power Tools > Drill Presses > Stationary Drill Presses
Shipping Weight 183 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First Available September 25, 2006

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For the money it is a nice drill press. The 1/2 hp motor is a little bit to be desired. My 2 3/4" forstner bit does a lot of stop & go in red cedar ,but, it gets done. The extended work platform has a little to much give to it when drilling metal. The best thing to do is not use the extended platform until needed. The drill depth gauge is great. The press has some nice qualities in the design and for the price you can't beat it. Just stay on the lite to medium size work with occasional heavy & this press will do you right.
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I have to wonder if any of the "owners" trashing this drill press even own one, perhaps their EMPLOYERS have asked them to say bad things about this drill press. I have had my W1670 for almost 9 years, it has been a workhorse for me, and I'll just ask the naysayers if they know of another radial drill press that a woodworker can do compound angles with, and also make it a horizontal boring machine, which can drill to the center of an object 34" around, all for a shade over 400 bux? Nah, didn't think so.

Truths:

Yes the column has some flex, however the table is ATTACHED to the column so it flexes along with it the exact same amount.

Virtually every description I have read about this drill press calls it a WOODWORKING radial drill press. So if you buy this for the centerpiece of your metal working shop it may prove a little light. I don't so metal so I don't know, but a friend who does cars reamed out the clearances for new pistons using mine, and that truck runs like it should.

For woodworking, this drill press has not failed me, or left me wanting.

BTW I came here today after getting a link of my drill to share it with a few others. I really dislike seeing an Amazon review that has been sabotaged by NON OWNERS. I really wish Amazon would just allow ONLY proven owners to leave opinions. The waters would be a lot less messy. No, I can't prove my ownership either, but I do own the product. I will guarantee most of the reviews here are written by non owners.

Carry on.
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Not a precision tool, but well worth the cost. It has too much play in the head for really precise work.
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I've had my Shop Fox radial drill press for 6 months now & like it very much. For my woodworking it is more than accurate & powerful enough. And being able to tilt the drill head versus the table makes it much easier to clamp work pieces to the table & drill angled holes. Now for the reason I only gave it 4 stars...Right away I mounted my drill press to an HTC Mobile Base with two layers of 3/4 inch plywood. At first I thought my new mobile base was flexing when I pushed down on the table or pulled down on the quill feed levers... But that was not the case... The base of this drill press is made VERY VERY VERY light weight (CHEAP). The cast iron on the top of the base is so thin that the base flexes very obviously right in front of where the column mounts to the base. It doesn't seem to affect the accuracy, when using the table, but is very annoying & may eventually fatigue & crack the base. I will be making a stiffener out of 1/2 inch plate steel & mount it between the column & base. Something that should NEVER have to be done. This could be a major problem for someone who doesn't have the facilities to make this sort of fix.
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It looks well made and was easy to set up. I did'nt have anybody to help put the headstock on the shaft so I tipped the base and shaft over, mounted it and then tipped it back up. It worked better than what the instructions said to do. It should work well for the basic handyman.
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