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Bench Drill Press, 12 In, 1/3 HP, 115V, 6A

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  • Item # 1KEN4
  • Mfr. Model # 1KEN4
  • UNSPSC # 23153301
  • Catalog Page # 986
  • Shipping Weight 83.0 lbs.
Country of Origin ChinaCountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemBench Drill Press
  • Drive TypeBelt
  • Swing12"
  • Voltage120
  • Motor HP1/3
  • Chuck Size1/2"
  • Number of Speeds12
  • Capacity Steel1/2"
  • Capacity Cast Iron1/2"
  • Spindle Taper33JT
  • Spindle Travel2-3/8"
  • Base Size8-1/4" x 14-3/8"
  • Overall Width11-1/4"
  • Overall Depth21-1/2"
  • Overall Height37-5/16"
  • Table Work Surface8-5/8" x 10-5/16"
  • Max. Spindle To Base22-3/8"
  • Quill Dia.1-9/16"
  • Amps AC6
  • Hz60
  • Phase1
  • IncludesLaser, Hex Wrenches, AAA Batteries
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Compliance and Restrictions

  • This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.

    Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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Rated 1 out of 5 by 1reviewer.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Purchased this for the shop about 2 months ago: CONS: 1. When first assembled it would not crank the bed up or down due to binding in the rack and pinion. Had to custom fab a special shaped washer to correct, poor engineering. 2. The rack doesn't have enough teeth on it to allow the bed to be raised up to a useable height. You will have to place a stack of boards under the work piece if using a small (short) drill bit, and thats WITH work clamped in a machine vise which raises work piece 3 inches. Poor engineering.3. laser alignment is course, not calibrated fine enough for working metal. It would be OK for drilling a hole in a board. It's a bell and whistle to distract you from the poor engineering. 4. Knobs on the 3 spindle levers come apart in your hand and get you sticky with some kind of glue that never has set up. Cheap parts. PROS: The cord is long enough. January 12, 2014
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change the rpms

how do you change the belts to up the rpms on the 12 in drill press
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following: Changing the RPM requires changing the position of both belts in the drill press head. Page 12 of the current owner’s manual describes how this is done, and also shows RPM based on belt position. If you need a new copy of the owner’s manual, Please contact a local Grainger branch, or call 1-800-323-0620 and we can get one to you.
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Move the motor forward. Two thumb screws just in front of motor. The center pulley is on a pivot. Move the front belt first and then the back one then push the motor away and tighten thumb screws so you have a 1/4 inch deflection in the belts
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