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Model #4202

Electro-Magnetic Fixed Position Drill Press Base with 9 in. Drill Travel

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  • Designed for use on any flat ferrous material 1/2 in. and thicker
  • Base is in a fixed position and allows for variable speeds
  • Includes a feedback speed control that helps maintain speed
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Product Overview

The 4202 electromagnetic variable speed base features solid state electronic switching and a 9 in. drill travel. Feedback speed control maintains speed and a motor/magnet lockout prevents de-mag during operation. For use on any flat ferrous material, 1/2 in. and thicker.

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Chuck Capacity (in.)
1/2 In.
Product Depth (in.)
6 in
Product Height (in.)
12.25 in
Product Width (in.)
16.5 in


Amperage (amps)
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Drill Press
Color Family
Cord Length (ft.)
Horsepower (HP)
0 hp
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Maximum Speed (rpm)
Minimum Speed (rpm)
Number of Speeds
Power Tool Features
Lockout Power Switch,Magnetic
Product Weight (lb.)
48 lb
Spindle Travel (in)
9 in
Swing Distance (In.)
0 in
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120 V

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,ETL Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
5 Year Limited Warranty

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I've been boring 7/8" holes through 5.5" beams with this because I needed straight, plumb holes t...
I've been boring 7/8" holes through 5.5" beams with this because I needed straight, plumb holes that I couldn't get with a hand held, or with any conventional drill press. It's a beast! The motor is torquey enough to plow right through (you do need to back it out to clear out the bit of course), and the spindle has ZERO runout, which is more than I can say for my dedicated woodworking drill press, which you would think would be more precise. (Runout is the amount of off-center wobble.) I haven't been using the electromagnet, but did for a while and just don't get your fingers between the magnet and any metal if you like having 10 digits, that's all I have to say. I tend to favor Milwaukee for tools that spin, and this one has been as great as any of the rest in my shop.
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