MicroLux® Benchtop Variable Speed Mini Hobby Drill Press

Item #: 82959
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List Price $331.90
Our Price $269.95
List Price $331.90
Our Price $269.95

$22.00 Additional Freight

Just the Right Size and Just the Right Features for All Small Drilling Projects!



  • Changeable speeds accommodate various materials



  • Rugged cast metal housing



  • No-flex solid steel column



  • Precision 3-jaw chuck and key



  • Ball bearing spindle assures low vibration, high accuracy and long life



  • Calibrated depth control with positive stop



  • High-torque motor plugs into standard 120v AC outlet



  • Quick release handles let you adjust chuck-to-base distance instantly



  • Cast metal base with machined surface keeps your work square and true and takes up minimal workbench space



  • Sliding gauge for drilling in-line holes



Specifications for Heavy Duty Drill Press with Electronically Variable Speed Control and Digital Depthfinder



  • Spindle travel: 1-9/16 inches



  • Chuck to base distance: 8 inches



  • Center of chuck to front of column: 6-1/2 inches



  • Column diameter: 1.181 inches



  • Chuck capacity: 1/64 inch to 1/4 inch



  • Drive system: 2-step pulley with 150 watt variable speed motor



  • Spindle speeds: 0 to 3600 rpm; 0 to 5000 rpm. JT1 taper (male)



  • Base size: 6-1/2 inches x 10-13/16 inches



  • Headstock and base construction: Cast Iron



  • Dial speed control with PWM for high torque at low speed



  • Digital Depthfinder with re-zero indicates spindle movement in inches or mm



  • Weight: 27 lbs



  • Height: 16 inches

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Customer Reviews of This Item Average: 41VS DRILL PRESS W/DEPTHFNDR

Great Miniature Benchtop Unit!

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Great little bench-top unit! Conserves space in my already crowded jewelry studio/workshop. Easy to move around and support various drilling needs wherever its required.

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<br>Overall, a precision tool but they could stand to pay a bit more attention to quality control for the add-on pieces. Why take an otherwise good tool and add cheap poorly-fitting plastic and accessories?