A machine for drilling holes in metal, the drill being pressed to the metal by the action of a screw.
A machine designed to rotate and feed end-cutting tools for drilling, reaming, tapping, countersinking, counter boring, spot facing, and boring operations. Similar to a vertical mill except the drill press does not have an articulated worktable.
A drill press functions just like an electric drill that is steadily guided into a workpiece and may have varying adjustments to cut holes of varying depths and angles.
A press used to drill finger, thumb and weight holes in a ball.
A machine tool for drilling holes, having one or more spindles carrying drill points that are moved forward by an automatic feed.
a drill mounted so that the drill can only move in the direction of the drill bit
a fairly simple machine easily in reach
an essentially valuable tool, there are several things that you should be aware of before you buy
an essential tool for drilling precisely
a powered vertical drilling machine in which the point is pressed to the work by hand lever or automatically
a simple manual machine for creating holes of limited precision
a useful tool for precision drilling
a very valuable tool with several different types and
a wood cutting machine that uses a multiple-cutting-edged rotating tool to remove wood and produce a hole in the stock
A drill press is a motor and chuck mounted so pulling a lever lowers the drill bit in a straight line against a metal platform. The motor is usually connected to the spindle with V-belts and pulleys to change speed. Having owned a variety of drill presses and finally bought a 15" floor unit, I strongly recommend the latter, which will cost about $300. The large floor mount is better in the following ways: The table tilts side to side, allowing angle drilling but also allowing bracing long items for end drilling; The base is a long distance down, allowing end drilling; the movement of the chuck is much longer, allowing drilling holes the length of the bit. The smallest units actually mount a hand drill and are useful for applying leverage when drilling tough narrow materials, but aren't very precise. There are two common sizes of bench units. The smaller one, which I bought first, was rather limited about 2 inches of chuck movement and only about 4 inches between the end of bit and the table and 6" when the table was swung aside. The 12" unit I looked at buying had a tilting table, but still had a relatively short distance bit to base.
Stationary stabile motorized apparatus with the ability for bit to travel to drill holes.
A bench-mounted or freestanding power tool used for drilling precise holes. Particularly useful for drilling properly aligned axle holes in the car body.
Machine consisting of a stand, a holder for a drill bit and a motor to turn that bit, which is used to bore holes in precise locations at precise angles.