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WEN 12 in. Variable Speed Drill Press
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12 in. Variable Speed Drill Press

  • Locking linear depth stop for accurate drilling operations
  • Cast iron worktable bevels up to 45 Degree left and right
  • Infinitely variable speed range 580-3200 RPMS,
$212.83 /each

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Remember when power tools were actually powerful? WEN's 12 in. Variable Speed Drill Press is a powerhouse for your shop. This bench-top, cast iron drill press has the power to drill through metal, wood and other materials. Max drill capacity is 5/8 in. and 1 in. thick cast iron. The variable speed feature allows you to target in the exact speed (infinitely from 580-3200 RPM) that works for your project. While you are working you simply move a lever and adjust the speed as needed. No pulleys and belts to change. Our design uses a mechanical variable speed which allows for the same power and torque through the entire speed range. A digital readout powered by LED's displays the running speed. Constructed with a rigid frame consisting of cast iron ensures accurate holes. Its powerful induction motor features ball bearings for an extended life and smooth and balanced performance even at high speeds. The 5/8 in. chuck with MT2 spindle taper gives you versatility with a variety of bits and features on-board chuck key storage, so you never have to hunt around for it. Worktable bevels 45 degree left and right for those tricky operations for the perfect right angles. Base has predrilled holes for mounting onto a bench or work stand. Slotted table allows for mounting clamps and vises for effective mounting. The X-pattern laser locks-on to your drill points saving on guesswork and sparing expensive materials. Remember when you could drill with laser precision? Remember WEN.

  • Includes: drill press, mechanical variable speed, laser, fence, table roller extension, 5/8 in. keyed chuck and key, and tools for assembly
  • Mechanical variable speed delivers equal torque throughout the range, LED read out displays speed
  • Spindle travel of 3-1/8 in. with easy to read, locking linear depth stop for repeatable drilling operations
  • Durable 2/3 HP induction motor develops ample torque and power
  • 9-1/2 in. x 9-1/2 in. cast iron worktable features rack and pinion height adjustment
  • Laser target your drilling operation marked with an X-pattern display
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Name 10 in. Variable Speed Drill Press 12 in. Variable Speed Drill Press JWDP-12 12 in. Drill Press 8.6 Amp 15 in. Floor Standing Drill Press with Variable Speed
Brand WEN WEN JET WEN
Ratings (25) (111) (1) (12)
Laser Guide Yes Yes Yes Yes
Voltage (volts) 120 120 115 120
Chuck Capacity .5 .625 5/8 in .625
Number of Speeds 20 20 10 20
Amperage (amps) 4.8 4.8 5 A 8.6
Certifications and Listings No Certifications or Listings No Certifications or Listings No Certifications or Listings CSA Listed
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What is the width between bit and column?

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What the the distance is between the column stand and the drill bit. I need at least 7.5" clearance for my project otherwise, I can't reach the holes with the drill bit.
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September 22, 2016
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this is a 12'' drill press the distance = 6'' from chuck center to column edge { this is called the swing ]
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6 inches chuck to column.
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6 inches
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May 14, 2016
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Six Inches
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Fair Haven, MI
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As this is a 12 inch press the distance is 6 inches.
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January 29, 2016
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6 inches
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October 27, 2015
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6"
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A 12" drill press should have 6" clearance from the bit to column. A 10" drill press will have 5" clearance and so on.
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For anyone who has this drill press was it delivered to you by UPS or freight?

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If it comes UPS I can get it into the basement but if I have to get it off the back of a truck that may be an issue.
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It was delivered UPS
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Mine came UPS fast!
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July 16, 2016
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Got mine delivered to the store and had help loading. A 2 man job. When home opened box still on my truck and removed all items except power head. now a one man job. Still can use 2 people to mount power head on pole. Suggest open box on truck until weight is manageable.
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Mine was delivered by UPS.
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I picked mine up at the store and carried it from my truck in the front yard to the shop in the back yard. It is heavy but not impossible to lift. option 2) You can always open the box and take it to the final destination a piece at a time. I have done that with other large items.
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The LED rpm indicator is always on when the unit is plugged in. Is this normal?

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Yes
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My drill press works the same.
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Yes unless you unplug the drill it remains on.
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I noticed that too. I have it on my work bench with a few other power tools and I mounted a power strip on the back of the bench. When I'm done working in my shop I just push the off button on the power strip and all my machines go off.
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what is the smallest drill size does chuck accept

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0.8 - 16 mm
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It will accept any size below 1/2 inch or basically as small as you need
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I'm thinking 7/64 or maybe smaller
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I have changed the 2MT chuck supplied for a Jacobs super precision key-less and should have no problem with .0325 diameter and under twist drills. Will still use drill chuck supplied for drills .375 to .625 diameters.
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So far I have used down to a 3/32 and up to a 1/2
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 104 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Drill Press Great drill press large enough for my many hobbies, Made some cribbage pegs out of aluminum and they cane out very nice ( 15=2 ) also made flatcar tank supports for my o gauge railroad. the adjustable table and variable speed is a big +.quill travel is over 3'' and 5/8'' chuck another + September 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Nice Drill Press I have recently had the chance to used this drill press for the reason I purchased it. I do a lot of hobby type woodworking and need an accurate drill. The laser projection has proven to be invaluable to me as I require precision drilling of small pieces and bits. One of the best items on the press is the ability to change the speed without having to change belt pulleys After reviewing many different brands I chose this one due to the ratings from others and the price compared to other brands with the same basic qualities. I don't know how well this would work for larger items or drilling metals as most of my work is for wood projects, but I see no reason it couldn't perform. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Been working in machine shops with metal and wood for 60 years and am totally satisfied with this purchase... easy to read, checked assembly/adjustments upon assembly and they were dead nuts, plenty of power and really like the speed adjustment w/o having to screw with the belt. The only thing I'd recommend is a second lock for the position of the table and the up/down crank so you can raise the table separately while drilling... as it stands there is a chance of the table moving left/right while raising it with the crank. If that were changed, it would probably increase cost of production another 5%, so I do understand. Good product, worth every penny and would recommend the product for any home shop. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by So far so good So far I am pleased with the Win drill press. I drilled 25 5/8" holes in 1/4" rolled flat steel with no issues. I did use step up method so there was a bit of bit swapping and that was easy enough. The speed settled in at 650 rpm on the lowest setting which was fine for this size metal. The light is handy and I suppose the laser is ok for ball park location but I wouldn't count on it for precision work. Too early to tell about durability but quality seems ok. October 18, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Drill Press There are plenty of videos online about reviewing the features and setting up this unit. It is a great unit that is well made and has very good features. I like the LED cross hairs for accurate drilling. Very easy to use. It was pretty simple to put together, maybe 30-45 minutes. Not many adjustments to make and then you can get down to business drilling right away. Very pleased with this unit and thus bought the Wen 10 inch band saw and Wen 4x36 belt sander, which are also great units. October 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by You get what you pay for. For a bench top drill press, this one does well - just don't expect the quality or features you will find in a high end floor mounted drill press. The alignment is dead on, the variable speed works well, table smooth and flat, table and quill adjustments are a little rough, but work well and stay put after adjustment. For the price, this is a good buy. October 25, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not a fan of China products, but this one is a one star better then most China products. The spindle is ground 7 thousands off center and the chuck is milled 5 thousands off center. Witch makes for a very off center drill. I like the color. The other thing that bothers me is the spindle speed window stays lit as soon as you plug it in. October 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Full featured drill press After investigating both table top and floor standing drill presses I decided on the 12in Wen because of several standout features. First was the variable speed at this price point. Drills is this price range~$200 are usually step belt drive, and are a messy pain to change speeds. So you end up just leaving them on one speed, which is not the best practice if you use a variety of drill bit sizes. The other features I liked were the motor size and chuck size. Both big enough to handle larger diameter drill bits. Being a table top drill allowed me to build a stand with storage which is great in my small shop. September 13, 2016
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