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10/15/2018 11:35 AM
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12 BENCH DRILL PRESS WITH LASER

Age. Less than 25 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 37 high 12 wide x 21 deep
Rating: 8
Comments. This is a Craftsman model number 315.219140 bench drill press with a laser that has a 6 amp motor that goes from 500 to 3000 RPM. There is a flexible work light on the left and a digital depth display just above the off/on switch in the front. It has a 10 square table which goes from 4 to almost 14 below the chuck and rotates 40 left or right. This work table will also rotate out of the way so you can use the lower work table on the base. Both have slots for vices and there are two holes on the base plate for mounting. It even has a working laser feature for pinpoint drilling accuracy. The chuck assembly raises/lowers via the handle assembly on the right. You adjust the speed of the drill by changing the positions of the belt on the pullies on top and it has a chart on the cover of recommended speeds for drilling the different listed material. This drill is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has some minor finish/plating wear and has some soiling. This item is well-made, heavy for its size and looks hardly use. Give it a light cleaning and this drill press is a must-have for your workshop.

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