Bench drill press with 13" column; 1/2" chuck capy.

£139.99 inc VAT£116.66 excl VAT
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Product description

A good quality, dedicated drilling machine is an indispensable tool in any workshop. The Record Power DP16B brings this versatility, along with traditional Record Power build quality and reliability, within easy reach of the home woodworker and discerning DIY enthusiast.

A wide variety of bits can be accepted and the four speeds allow for a great variety of materials to be drilled, including wood, metal, plastic and many others. The cast iron table can tilt up to 45§ and will accept most drill press vices, allowing secure holding for increased accuracy and safety. When extra capacity is needed the table can be moved to the side of the machines so the base can be used as a working table, which also accepts drill press vices.

For further strength and performance, the headstock also features cast iron, adding weight to reduce vibration, along with a cast iron handwheel. The DP16B also features an accurate, positive depth stop, ideal for accurate repeat boring.

Throat Depth: 102 mm
Depth of Feed: 50 mm
Chuck to Table: 170 mm
Chuck to Base: 295 mm
Speeds: 500, 890, 1400, 1900 & 2500 rev/min
Motor: 0.22 kW (1/4 HP)
Chuck Capacity: 13 mm (1/2 inch)

About Record Power

Record Power has a long and impressive history. Established in Sheffield, the heart of the UK's steel industry, and stretching back over 100 years, Record Power enjoy an enviable reputation for creating high quality tools through our many years of experience and unparalleled knowledge in manufacturing and design.

It's policy of continual improvement and development has seen it remain at the forefront of tool manufacturing whilst also acquiring and developing such brands as Coronet of Derby, Burgess from Leicester and CamVac. In addition, its industrial brand, Startrite, also has a long history of providing high quality, durable machinery to the trade professional and various features of these machines are the inspirations behind aspects of many Record Power machines.