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RIKON Power Tools 1/2 hp 13" Bench Drill Press (30-120)

Item# 00921077000P | Model# 30-120 | Added on January 20, 2010 |
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RIKON Power Tools 1/2 hp 13" Bench Drill Press (30-120)
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Each of our drill presses feature solid cast-iron handles, rack and pinion system, locking depth stop with gauge, safety toggle switch, powerful induction motors and a speed selection chart. They are built with a rugged cast iron base, cast iron head and tilting table. The powerful, efficient and smooth operation is ideal for both hobbyist and professional users.

Powerful 1/2 hp motor, 16 Spindle Speeds (200-3,630), Solid Steel and Cast Iron Construction, Rack and Pinion Table Height, Clutch Depth Stop, 2 Year Warranty
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Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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By rwo1908
December 17th, 2012
Second Unit Is Much Better

I had to send the first one back since it was damaged in shipment. The second unit, while still treated roughly in shipment, survived in much better condition. Motor vibration is minimal, and the chuck was properly in alignment without the need for any adjustment. The handle design could be improved as it is too easy to pinch your fingers on the belt tightening lever. This point has been identified in many reviews of this particular model. The depth stop is easy to adjust and works well. I have not discovered any means to prevent the spindle from automatically retracting to its zero position as you can do with other quill stop mechanisms. I did make a small base with casters in order to make this drill press more usable. The overall height of the unit is about 42 inches and is too tall for my benchtops. The cart I built places the top of the unit at 6 feet and allows me to change speeds without the use of a step stool. The long column allows working on large workpieces.

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rwo1908

Second Unit Is Much Better

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I had to send the first one back since it was damaged in shipment. The second unit, while still treated roughly in shipment, survived in much better condition. Motor vibration is minimal, and the chuck was properly in alignment without the need for any adjustment. The handle design could be improved as it is too easy to pinch your fingers on the belt tightening lever. This point has been identified in many reviews of this particular model. The depth stop is easy to adjust and works well. I have not discovered any means to prevent the spindle from automatically retracting to its zero position as you can do with other quill stop mechanisms. I did make a small base with casters in order to make this drill press more usable. The overall height of the unit is about 42 inches and is too tall for my benchtops. The cart I built places the top of the unit at 6 feet and allows me to change speeds without the use of a step stool. The long column allows working on large workpieces.

December 17th via sears.com
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