|Item Weight||107 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||30 x 20 x 11.5 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||DP350|
|Color||Gray and Black|
|Warranty Description||2 Years|
DELTA DP350 Shopmaster 1/3HP 12-Inch Bench Drill Press
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- 1/3 hp Induction Motor for Long-Lasting, Smooth Performance
- Pivoting motor mount maintains correct belt tension and facilitates speed changes
- Three-spoke pilot wheel for operator convenience
- Adjustable-position, locking depth stop for accurate depth measurement and repetitive drilling
- Tilting table with slots for fast clamping of work; Standard 3-jaw, 1/2-inch capacity chuck for positive gripping of various drill press cutting tools
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Precision drilling is a snap with the DELTA DP350 12-inch Variable Speed Bench Drill Press. This powerful drill press features variable speeds between 500 and 3,100 RPM for drilling a variety woods, plastics, and metals. The table easily adjusts 90 degrees to the left and right, and the table raising feature makes it a breeze to raise and lower. The standard three-jaw, 1/2 inch capacity chuck grips a wide variety of drill press cutting tools. Other convenient features include a three-spoke pilot wheel for easy operation, and a flexible lamp for added light while working.
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DELTA DP350 Shopmaster 1/3 Horsepower 12-Inch Bench Drill Press
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After having this drill press for now over 3 years i still like the drill press, but i have had pulley problems also i have modified and corrected the problem through trial and error but it now is working good again you can purchase new belts through an auto parts store just take off and measure or take and compare until you find the one that works, delta doesn't have any on hand per my experience with them. I feel the quality of Delta products is now much to be desired, they need to sink the boats from China and start making good American products again and MADE in USA, but go look at Craftsman products they are the same china junk, i don't buy craftsman anymore even hand tools, instead i go to Auctions and garage sales and purchase old USA made tools and am getting rid of all non USA made tools in my shop, at garage sale prices.
If a new table voids warrenty why wouldn't I just cut slots in the table it came with and save the $100. I asked why in thier documentation doesn't it state that it is intended for metal working and it is not compatiable with may of thier attachments. and agin they stated I don't know. If you are looking for a drill press for metal I guess this would be a decent one. But if you are going to use it for wood working and want to use attachments you should look at something else
I overcame the weekly oiling mentioned in other reviews by cutting an access hole in the top cover over both spindles. This allowed for easy oiling. When not in use a flat refrigerator magnet covers the holes and keeps out the dirt. Trying to undo the screws with the wimpy washers and then realigning was a pain.
The movement of the speed control lever from high speed to low is somewhat difficult. going back to high speed is much easier. When slowing the speed you are having to overcome spring tension placed on the motors pulley. this is where my problem started.
After 15 minutes of use, a sleeve which is pressed on the upper half of the pully came apart. The results are dramatic! Machine shakes like an earthquake. The sleeve is keyed to the motors spindle and as pressure from the belt is applied to slow the speed down the sleeve slides up the shaft(thats why you need weekly oiling). The sleeve was pressed into the upper part of the wheel and is not pinned or locked inplace with any other mechanical means. I disassembled the parts and presssed the sleeve back into the pully to finish the project.
I called deltas service department in Kansas City. They immediatly sent out a new upper pulley. The only bright thing about the episode. They stood behind their product!
I took the new pully and drilled, tapped and inserted a small set screw with lock tight and it has worked well for the last 3 months.
The press is a good tool; new to the market and still has some bugs so I would go for the standard belt changing pressif I has to do it all over again. One last thing to consider is vibration cased by the belt, especially at high speeds. if you need critical tolerances then purchase a non-variable speed press.