|Item Weight||12.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 12 x 8 inches|
|Item model number||DRL-300.00|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||9|
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- Ideal for all drilling projects, not just the small ones
- 1-year manufacturer warranty
- Variable speed up to 8,500 RPM
- Measures 6-3/4 inches by 6-3/4 inches; 13.00 pounds
- Easy-to-use tiny benchtop drill press is space-saving and economical
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This easy-to-use benchtop drill press is very small, but powerful enough to use for all of your drilling projects. With a platform measuring only 6-3/4" x 6-3/4", it is space-saving as well as economical. Variable speeds up to 8,500 RPM. 1-year warranty.
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This removes all the laboring by the motor from the factory plastic belt which is too rigid....
The chuck is a press fit. Mine was crooked. I removed it and pressed back on helped a lot. Shaft has no runout, it's all in the cheap chuck....
Check the wiring at the back as mine needed moved around and insulated better so as not to get rubbed through, since the motor moves up and down when drilling.
As you can see, the manual is complete gibberish and of no use whatsoever. Howeaver, it's a good tool. I'm using it to drill PC boards, and it works great. The chuck is good and there's no perceptible runnout to snap tiny Tungston Carbide bits. I also ordered two of the last three drive belts. I left you one. I'll see if I can find a good domestic part number for replacements.
It has no problem at all starting at low speed. I am running it on the lowest 5000rpm pulley steps, which gives plenty of torque and is more than fast enough for my needs.
NOTE: this is a specialty tool for drilling very tiny, precise holes in things like jewelry and circuit boards. It is not a general purpose drill press. If you want to build a bird house etc, get the normal size $60 Harbor Freght press.
The chuck holds the drill bit nice and straight without any misalignment. The gear ratio is easy to change and it includes an extra belt.
The machine does have a variable speed knob that is , to me, useless. Like the other reviews, you can turn it on low but the motor will not turn the chuck. You have to turn on the drill at full bore then slow it down, but at the super slow speed does not drill through anything I need to drill through. Also when you want to turn it off quick it takes extra time to reach around to the side
and then spin the dial to shut of the machine. I don't know about you, but I like my power tools to shut of fast incase there is a mishap. I would have preferred a simple on/off toggle on the front.
But in spite of the variable speed on/off knob, I am happy with my purchase and use it almost everyday. It's solid and sturdy and meets my needs as a jewelry designer.
ps. I would recommend buying a portable drill press vise to hold small objects down as the it is hard to clamp anything to the drill plate as it serves as the base of the machine.
Pros: Size and Quality
Cons: On/Off VariSpeed Knob
The bottom piece that slides into the metal cylinder is supposed to have a nut and bolt to secure it together but it was missing that piece, i think. The directions did not mention using a nut and bolt to secure the two pieces together but i only guessed that it was missing a piece because theres an actual hole to place the screw or nut and bolt. If i life the drill press up the bottom metal plate will fall off onto my feet. So i leave it in one place for now.