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== Specifications ==
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Motor: 120V 2.4A<br>
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Speeds: 760, 1150, 1630, 2180, 3070 RPM<br>
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Swing: 8"<br>
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Table size: 6 1/4"<br>
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Quill stroke: 2"<br>
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== Equipment Settings ==
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Make sure to set the spindle speed to something appropriate for the size of drill bit and material you are drilling. For example, if you're using a 4" hole saw, don't use 3000 RPM. (Don't use a 4" hole saw on this drill press. It is not powerful enough. Use the Craftex in the garage.) Ensure the belt is tensioned properly to prevent slippage.
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== Known Issues ==
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The drive belt is severely frayed and needs immediate replacement before heavy use. If you -really- need to use this drill press, make sure the belt cover is closed. Please consider using a different drill press. We have four.

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Drill Press 1 http://ents.ca/index.php/Drill_Press_1

[edit] General

  • Owner/Loaner: ENTS
  • Make/Model: CanWood CWD 11-150
  • Usability: Works
  • Contact: Raphael B.
  • Where: Basement
  • Certification Needed: No
  • Hackable: No
  • Estimated Value: $50

[edit] Instructions

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[edit] Specifications

Motor: 120V 2.4A
Speeds: 760, 1150, 1630, 2180, 3070 RPM
Swing: 8"
Table size: 6 1/4"
Quill stroke: 2"

[edit] Equipment Settings

Make sure to set the spindle speed to something appropriate for the size of drill bit and material you are drilling. For example, if you're using a 4" hole saw, don't use 3000 RPM. (Don't use a 4" hole saw on this drill press. It is not powerful enough. Use the Craftex in the garage.) Ensure the belt is tensioned properly to prevent slippage.

[edit] Known Issues

The drive belt is severely frayed and needs immediate replacement before heavy use. If you -really- need to use this drill press, make sure the belt cover is closed. Please consider using a different drill press. We have four.

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