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WEN 4211 3.2-Amp 10-Inch 5-Speed Cast Iron Benchtop Drill Press with Laser and Keyless Chuck

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  • Features a 3.2A induction motor, a 10-inch swing, and a 2-1/2-inch spindle travel
  • Includes a 1/2-inch keyless chuck for easy bit changes
  • Operates at 5 different speeds: 600, 1100, 1700, 2400, or 3100 RPM
  • Includes a laser, adjustable depth stop, beveling 7-5/8 by 7-5/8-inch height-adjustable worktable, and a two-year warranty
  • Measures in at 26-1/2 inches tall with a 13-1/8 by 8-1/8-inch base
Remember when you could drill with maximum accuracy? Power through metal, wood, plastics, and more with the WEN 10-Inch 5-Speed Drill Press. Don’t let our compact design fool you. Between the five operating speeds, the 2-1/2-inch spindle travel, and the sturdy construction, you’ll have way more precision than a standard handheld drill. Our 3.2-amp induction motor features ball bearings for smooth, balanced performance, even at high speed. Easily set your speed to either 600, 1100, 1700, 2400, or 3100 RPM by adjusting the belt position on the two spindles. The easy-to-read, locking depth stop allows for accurate and repeatable drilling operations. The keyless chuck with JT33 spindle taper accepts bits ranging from 1/20 to 1/2 inch in diameter (1.5 to 13 mm). The X-pattern laser pinpoints the drill location, eliminating guesswork and sparing expensive materials. The table bevels 45° left and right for angled drilling. The base is designed with holes for mounting onto a bench or work stand. Clamps and vises are easily mounted to the slotted table, making work-holding safe and effective. And because it’s a WEN product, your 10-inch drill press comes backed by a two-year warranty, a stocked inventory of replacement parts, and a helpful customer phone line. Remember when you could drill holes in almost anything? Remember WEN.