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WEN Apex 10-inch Drill Press with Laser
Ensure accuracy on your upcoming hardware projects with this 10-inch drill press with laser. It features a work light for precision, as well as an accurate cross-hair laser to guide you along. The drill press has a sturdy cast-iron base for your safety.
ITEM#: 13870767The WEN Apex Pro 10-Inch Drill Press features a powerful 5 Speed 1/3 HP Motor. It has a 1/2-Inch keyed chuck. It has a work light to illuminate your work piece and also a cross hair laser guide for accuracy. The table can tilt 0 ? 45 Degree left and right and has a large work area (7-5/8-Inch x 7-5/8-Inch ). It has a 10-Inch swing and the spindle travel is 2-1/4 Inch. This is the perfect drill press both for the homeowner as well as the professional.
- 5 Speed offers a range of 570-3050 rpm
- Linear scale depth adjustment sets the depth of the drill bit for repetitive and precise drilling
- 1/2" Keyed chuck accepts large diameter bits
- Cast iron base with mounting holes provides stability and easy bench top clamping
- Detail work light keeps work piece illuminated
- Cross hair laser guide increases drilling accuracy
- Dimensions: 10 inches high x 22 inches long x 15 inches wide
- Materials: Metal, plastic
- Model No: 4210
- Color: Black and green
- Size: 10-inch
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This is the first drill press I have ever owned and I really could not see a big usage for the drill on my part but I had some rosettes to drill and some holes on a 15 degree angle to drill. I must say the drill press performed like I expected it to. Delivery was very quick. That was unexpected but welcome. Upon assembly the battery compartment for the laser was missing one side of the springs to hold the batteries in. A call to Wen got me a replacement. It installed easily (but I would have preferred not to have to do it) but in trying to align the laser pointer one side just would not hold the position I set it on. Then it quit working altogether. So I just used the drill press without the laser. The laser would have been a nice feature but not necessary to the performance to the drill. I felt it is a good value.Read More
the drill press came disassembled, I found assembly to be very easy,, product is made of cast iron and plastic as I expected,, this drill press works as a drill press should,, I'm happy with it.Read More
I haven't had a chance to use this yet but I have used the same set up previously which is why I bought this one.Read More
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Hi pmorgan602, this item was made in China. Thanks for shopping with us.
can someone unscramble the dimentions? I fid it hard to believe it's only 9.9" high
Hi pmorgan602, I thought the same thing. After doing alot of research I found this is actually a 10 inch drill press and the dimensions are correct. Thanks for shopping with us.
The overall height is: 28-1/4" The Chuck to table dim. is: 9-3/8” or a nominal 10"
what is the motor horsepower?
For this unit the Motor : 1/2 HP.
3.2 amps x 120 v = 384 watts 1 hp = 746 watts 746/384 = 1.94 just a tad under 1/2 hp
This is a single phase motor so the horsepower is: 1/3 HP The formula is: 3.2 amps x 120 volts x 75% efficiency / 746 = .386 hp
Does it accept drill bits or does it just drill via laser?
It accepts drill bits.
the laser is just a guide. a drill bit up to 1/2 inch is what does the drilling.
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