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1/3 Motor HP, Bench Drill Press 120
- Item # 16N196
- Mfr. Model # 16N196
- UNSPSC # 27112703
- Catalog Page # 1013
- Shipping Weight 51.65 lbs.
- ItemBench Drill Press
- Drive TypeBelt
- Motor HP1/3
- Chuck Size1/2"
- Number of Speeds5
- Spindle Speed650 to 3070
- Capacity Steel3/8"
- Capacity Cast Iron1/2"
- Spindle Taper33JT
- Spindle Travel2-1/2"
- Base Size8-1/4" x 13-1/2"
- Table Work Surface7-13/16" x 7-13/16"
- Amps AC4.1
- IncludesCast Iron Head, Table and Base, Spindle Depth Stop, Paddle Switch, Tilting Table, Chuck, Arbor
- Table Slot Size9/16"
- Column Dia.2-9/32"
- Tilting Angle45 To Left And Right
- Max. Spindle To Base15-13/16"
- Quill Dia.1-1/2"
- Spindle to Table10-3/4"
- Overall Width11-1/4"
- Overall Depth19-1/4"
- Overall Height27-1/2"
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When you state the vise is to large for the drill press are you referring that the slots on the table do not match exactly to the slots on vise.
There are 4 slots on the vise and 4 slots on the table. The slots on the table do not have to match exactly with the slots on the vise. You only need to secure the vise at 2 points (or 2 bolts). One bolt will keep the vise from rotating and the second bolt will secure the vise to the table.
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