|Item Weight||261 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||59 x 30.5 x 13 inches|
|Item model number||18-900L|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||5 Year Warranty|
Delta 18-900L 18-Inch Laser Drill Press
|Power Source||Corded Electric|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||59 x 30.5 x 13 inches|
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- Auto-tensioning belt drive system allows for fast and easy speed changes while maximizing transmission efficiency
- Full 6-inch quill stroke for deeper drilling applications and best-in-class capacity
- Micro-adjustable depth stops and independent depth scale allows the user to zero the scale and set up for repetitive drilling quickly and easily
- Fully adjustable TWINLASER projects a bright red crosshair on the work piece at the point of bit contact
- Backed by a five-year warranty. Table insert: 3.75 x 3.75 x 0.75 inches
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From the manufacturer
Flexible LED Light illuminates the work surface for better visibility.
Heavy Duty Motor
Heavy-Duty 3/4 HP Motor provides ample power for demanding drilling applications.
Oversized Woodworker's Table with patented design bevels 0°-90° left and right, tilts forward 0°-48 °, features T-slots for clamping, and a removable center insert for through-table drilling.
Fully Adjustable Twinlaser projects a bright red crosshair on the work piece at the point of bit contact.
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The Delta 18-900L 18 in. Laser Drill Press features a rugged design for professional use. Ideal for woodworking, it's designed to provide the accuracy and precision you need to get the job done right the first time. It boasts a heavy-duty motor for powerful performance and an auto-tensioning belt drive system for effortless speed changes. An LED lamp illuminates the work surface for enhanced visibility and adjustable laser lines intersect to mark where the drill bit will descend into your workpiece. The accurate Class IIIA laser is built with a high quality less than 5mw laser that operates with precision cross hairs that mark the drilling point.
Rugged and versatile enough for professional use, the DELTA 18-900L 18-Inch Laser Drill Press features a heavy-duty motor for powerful performance, and an Auto-Tensioning Belt Drive System for effortless speed changes. Designed to provide the accuracy and precision you need to get the job done right the first time, this tool is ideal for woodworking.
|This professional-grade drill press is ideal for woodworking with a wide range of soft and hard woods. View larger.|
Precision drilling is easy with the DELTA Laser Drill Press. It features sixteen speeds for optimal drilling performance in various materials. The rack-and-pinion height adjustment on the oversized woodworker's table is easily raised and lowered to the desired height. The adjustable locking levers allow for easy angle adjustments to the table top while the bright TWINLASER helps provide drilling accuracy every time.
Auto-Tensioning Belt Drive System for Efficient Performance
The 18-900L is unique among other drill presses because of its time-saving Auto-Tensioning Belt Drive System, which ensures fast, easy speed changes while maximizing transmission efficiency with consistent belt tension and motor alignment.
6-Inch Quill Stroke and Best-in-Class Capacity
With a full 6-inch quill stroke, the 18-900L allows for deeper drilling or industrial applications and best-in-class capacity.
Robust Motor and Over-Sized Table for Power and Versatility
Powered by a 3/4-horsepower induction motor, the 18-900L can easily take on demanding applications. Its oversized worker's table features a patented design and bevels 0-90 degrees left and right, tilts forward 0-48 degrees. The unit has T-slots for clamping, and a removable/replaceable center insert for through-the-table drilling.
Precise, Accurate, and User-Friendly
The 18-900L also features micro-adjustable depth stops and an independent depth scale, which allows the user to zero the scale and set up for repetitive drilling in just seconds. At the same time, an LED light illuminates the work surface for visibility, and the non-tip cast iron base provides maximum stability.
The DELTA 18-900L 18-Inch Laser Drill Press is backed by a five-year warranty.
What's in the Box
18-Inch Laser Drill Press with oversized table, and manual.
|Micro-adjustable depth stops with an independent depth scale mean you can zero the scale and set up for repetitive drilling in seconds.|
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I've contacted customer service over and over and receive nothing but apologies and inaction. That is, when I was able to contact anyone at all. All of the contact info online and in the machine literature is no longer good. I had two months where I was frantically trying to reach someone, even searching for news online of them going out of business. Eventually I managed to get a response and new contact info via facebook (of all places). It's been a month now since then and neither I or the service guy that they recommended has been able to make any headway. I'll never buy another Delta product.
Product doesn't work as delivered, and is impossible to have serviced.
The first drill press that arrived had an incorrectly wired motor and spun in reverse, the motor also had an internal dragging noise.
I called Delta Tech Support (although the Tech Support phone number on their website was incorrect, the nice lady at the other company gave me the correct number). When I finally got through to Delta after being on hold for about 10 minutes, the lady that answered could not help and transferred me to Tech Support (where I thought I called in the first place). While on hold for about 6 minutes the line cut off. I called back to a recording saying they were closed (10 minutes before closing time). A second call was made another day, The lady I spoke with seemed uninterested in my issue and shortly said to just return the drill press. I returned it.
The second drill press had a damaged package so the receiving company rejected it.
The third drill press arrived; I set it up and aligned the lasers and the table. The belts were so loose the center idle pulley stack had fallen out while in the box. I loosened the adjusting screws and shifted the motor bracket as far as it would go but it wasn't enough to apply belt tension on several of the pulley combinations. The column fit poorly to the base because the bolt holes were not drilled properly to align with the machined surface. The delta cap on the quill return spring housing just fell off in the box and would not stay where it goes. The motor made an internal dragging noise when spun by hand and while spinning down after being turned off. It has been returned as well.
Again I called the Delta Tech Support number, after waiting on hold for about 10 minutes, the man I spoke with seemed very nice and helpful but said he needed to transfer me to Tech Support (he corrected the website phone number while I was on the phone). After waiting on hold for 52 additional minutes I hung up. The third time I called Tech Support, he said he had to transfer me to Tech Support. I told him that I had waited on hold for nearly an hour last time I was transferred, he commented surprised and transferred me, where I hung up after being on hold for 20 minutes. Between the first and last drill press deliveries, I had also emailed Delta through their website 4 separate times and as of now, two months later I have yet to get a response on, for, or about any of them.