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Model #4210T

10 in. Drill Press with Laser

  • Includes 5 drill press speeds that go from 570 RPM to 3050 RPM
  • 1/2 in. keyed chuck accepts large diameter drill bits
  • Drill through the center of objects up to 8 inches in diameter
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Product Overview

Remember when power tools were actually powerful. WENs 10 in. swing drill press with laser centering device is a powerhouse for your shop. Packed with features that you'll find in larger, more industrial type drill presses, you can power through metal, wood and other materials with ease. Change from 5 speeds to target the exact RPM right for your project (570 RPM, 900 RPM, 1390 RPM, 2050 RPM, 3050 RPM). Rigid frame construction of cast iron provides sturdiness and reliability. Its powerful induction motor features ball bearings for an extended life, all combining together with smooth and balanced performance at any speed. The 1/2 in. chuck with JT33 spindle taper gives you versatility with a variety of bits. Worktable bevels 45° left and right for those tricky operations for the perfect right angles consistently. Base has predrilled holes for mounting onto a bench or work stand. The X-pattern laser locks-on to your drill points saving on guesswork and sparing expensive materials. A very versatile and valuable tool for any shop especially when you expand its range of use with optional accessories such as mortising attachment, drum sanders, circle cutters, etc. Since 1951, WEN has proudly produced innovative powered tools focused on value delivering meaningful features that will help you complete and enjoy the work as much as the project. Remember when you could drill holes with laser precision, Remember WEN.
  • 5-speeds offer a range of 570 RPM to 3050 RPM
  • Linear scale depth adjustment sets the depth of the drill bit for repetitive and precise drilling
  • 1/2 in. keyed chuck accepts large diameter bits; key storage included
  • Cast iron base with mounting holes provides stability and easy bench top clamping
  • Detail work light keeps work piece illuminated
  • Cross hair laser guide increases drilling accuracy



  • California residents

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
14.9
Product Height (in.)
26.5
Product Width (in.)
21.9

Details

Amperage (amps)
3.2 A
Bench & Stationary Tool Type
Drill Press
Chuck Capacity
1/2 In.
Color Family
Black
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
6
Horsepower (HP)
0.5 hp
Included
No Additional Items Included
Maximum Speed (rpm)
3100
Minimum Speed (rpm)
600
Number of Speeds
5
Portability
Portable
Power Tool Features
Built-In Light,Chuck Key Storage,Laser Guide,Lockout Power Switch,Worklight
Product Weight (lb.)
51
Returnable
90-Day
Spindle Travel (in)
2.5
Swing Distance (In.)
10 in
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
Two-year limited

Questions & Answers

101Questions26Answers

Does the chuck have to be pressed on the spindle or is it already on?

Asked by Slatz May 3, 2021
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Answers

Yes, with a good little tap. Use a soft mallet.

How can I fit the 4” compound vise with the 10” wen? When the table is all the way down with vise...

Asked by Someguy April 21, 2021
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Answer

Have you tried mounting the vise to the bed of the press (using Tee bolts)? May have to shim if necessary due to the stroke of the press. I keep plywood scraps next to my press for just that shimming purpose. Good Luck

What does it weigh

Asked by Woody March 25, 2021
4
Answers

I'd say about 40lbs

Where is the drill manufactured?

Asked by Carpenter March 23, 2021
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Answers

China

Does the table flex downward when you try to drill through metal? I need to be able to drill thro...

Asked by Daniel March 13, 2021
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Every component is made of steel. the table is thick. I've only drilled through solid aluminum so far, but I think it would handle steel tubing just fine. Use a lubricant and good bits and drill slowly.

What is the actual height of the assembled unit? Is it really 26.5 or is that the shipping box s...

Asked by mumford February 28, 2021
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Answers

Exactly 27 inches fully assembled according to my measuring tape.

Do you have this drill press in stock at the Windsor store?

Asked by Really February 16, 2021
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Answers

No I had to order it by mail. But it came quickly and was easy to assemble. Super sturdy drill

Can I use this with a 3" hole saw bit?

Asked by Joe February 16, 2021
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You have a 10" working area. I don't see why not. I'd put a block of 2x6 scrap wood under whatever you're drilling through so your hole saw bit doesn't hit the table when you're through it. If you're drilling through something large, like maybe a door, I'd recommend using a cordless hand drill rather than a drill press.

For those who own this drill press, how to you rate the run-out of the spindle?

Asked by Frank February 6, 2021
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Answers

Better than some I checked but keep in mind it's a hobbies press. Center punch and use a center drill is the norm

What are the measurements of the work table?

Asked by Dave January 12, 2021
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measures 7.5X7.5 9"from chuck tip to fully lowered base

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
    out of 843 reviews
  • 94% recommend this product
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The drill press is perfect for my small shop. The work light and laser are a big deal when workin...
The drill press is perfect for my small shop. The work light and laser are a big deal when working on precision projectes I first mounted it on a stand but to save space i placed it on a tool box work bench. Not wanting to marr the surface of the bench by bolting it on I just placed it on top and it stays in place. I may fasten it down with industrial velcro for safety. The construction is solid and the multiple speeds make drilling a variety of materials possible. I've been impressed with the quality of Wen products and recommend this company to all that ask.
by Latinjazz
Great drill press for the money! The features are well thought out. It feels quality and well bui...
Great drill press for the money! The features are well thought out. It feels quality and well built. All the parts fit together very well and this drill press is easy to operate. Glad I pulled the trigger on it. WEN seems like a solid company. I bolted ours to the top of a workbench. Get a table vise for it if you buy one.
by Klye
This was my first drill press, so I cannot compare to others. I think it is a good value and was ...
This was my first drill press, so I cannot compare to others. I think it is a good value and was able to do my project perfectly. I just used magnets to store the hex keys on the side. Bought Feb 2021. I will update if things change.
by BP
- Built and works well. - The 'springy' feedback in the handles fade a bit with use. The grips do...
- Built and works well. - The 'springy' feedback in the handles fade a bit with use. The grips don't help with the feedback either, it forces me to use my fingers more than my palm. I made the usual style handles, using epoxy resin, a drop of dye, and a ping pong ball as a mold. I was able to get a half inch more length too. - Motor is pretty quiet - Lid is quiet, IF (big if) I can get the lid to keep from vibrating. I haven't dealt with it yet. Should be easy. - Latch on the lid is useless. Am I missing parts? I'll deal with that later too. Overall, only Two Cons. But nothing that would keep me from recommending this to you: 1. Comes with strange, redesigned grips on the levers. 2. The locking mechanism on the lid doesn't seem to work. More padding on the lid-edge would lessen the vibrations.
by m76
Good product for the money
I am a woodworking hobbyist who works quite a bit from a home shop. Overall quality of drill is good for the price. Arrived in good shape, very well packaged. Well-made product for the lower end price range. Laser and light worked very well as advertised. It has definitely convinced me to try other Wen products. The following are some pros and cons: Pros: • Easy to assemble, only had to provide wrench & mallet (recommend watching a couple of YouTube videos, some good ones out there) • Very quiet with little or no vibration with good chuck alignment (zero wobble) • Adequate drilling power for moderate/large size holes in wood or light metal (take your time) • Heavy – 50+ lbs., but not top heavy, has good solid stance without being bolting down (great mobility if needed) Cons: • A few paint detail issues: small obvious touch-ups, light spots around edges • TOO long of a wait for it to arrive (7 days), it had to ship clear across country from California (DANG! Home Depot, no WHS on the east coast?)
by Timenomad63
8 people found this helpful
The WEN drill press came packaged well and with very good assembly instructions. Once assembled i...
The WEN drill press came packaged well and with very good assembly instructions. Once assembled it was very quick and easy to get the first hole drilled accurately. The build quality appears to exceed most if not all at this price point and many that are priced well above it. I believe this will be a very good replacement for the full size unit that it replaced with the only limitation being the range because of being a bench top.
by Mudman
5 people found this helpful
I have been using this drill press for a few days now and I'm super happy with it. The laser is a...
I have been using this drill press for a few days now and I'm super happy with it. The laser is aligned perfectly, setup was a breeze and this thing is packed with features. I love the builtin work light as well placed conveniently on the underside of the top part. I've used the 8inch version of this drill press before and consider this model far superior to that version. Cons: This does not have too many cons - the only thing is the top came very wobbly so I had to tighten all the screws to make sure nothing else was loose. Mine also came with the front face (where the main switch is) broken. But it's nothing super glue couldn't fix up. I would give it 5 star overall but because of it not coming in perfect condition (which I'd expected at full price), I'm leaving it 3 stars (one star lower for loose screws and flimsy top, and one star lower for broken front face panel). Would I recommend it? I sure will. it's overall a SOLID drill press that you would have to pay a much higher price for if it was any other brand. Highly recommended. I do like Wen products a lot!
by SUFI
8 people found this helpful
so far, the WEN has done everything I wanted it to do, with ease. I drilled high carbon steel, I ...
so far, the WEN has done everything I wanted it to do, with ease. I drilled high carbon steel, I milled an aluminum block, and drilled a chrome plated steel bar. it never bogged down, the price was great, free shipping, and had it in 3 days when it was estimated in six. it went together easy, the directions were very clear, as long as you follow them. I put it together and there was some terrible run out, due to me not cleaning the shaft and chuck, so I took the chuck off again cleaned and checked for burrs. I read this in the directions before hand and forgot to do it. this fixed the problem. I already killed the batteries for the laser due to leaving it on I wish it was hard wired in, instead of batteries, one other thing, I should have bought the 12 in. drill press, with the larger bits and the 5" high compound vise, I couldn't use the 10 adjustable table, I had to swing it out of the way. I had seen some 10" drill presses that had enough room and thought this one would also. well I got it to work the way it is. still happy with it.
by DIYJ0E
5 people found this helpful
Pretty happy
Originally bought for a few small projects around home and to stop borrowing other's drill. Then came carinavirus. Made a couple cribbage boards turned into making alot of cribbage boards, 391 holes each multiplied by 10 and counting. Works pretty smooth, motor runs warm just like my wen lathe, but a small fan works good to keep it cool, only complaint is that I cant believe the drill chuck is true, as to any new drill bit I put in seems to wobble a bit, motor shouldn't get warm for any hobby user if you are drilling less than 50 holes at a time. I have drilled more holes with this little drill in a few days than most people will ever drill in a lifetime. So far very happy with my purchase.
by Sid
Home delivery, arrived quickly on a Sunday...I did not require an industrial grade drill-press an...
Home delivery, arrived quickly on a Sunday...I did not require an industrial grade drill-press and overall I am happy with the manufacturing quality, size and functionality of the WEN model 4210T. Assembly is fairly straightforward. The assembly instructions go into great detail regarding removal of burrs in the chuck and the chuck-fit. I inspected both surfaces and did not feel the need to perform that step and just cleaned the oil off. My first inclination to install the chuck into the fit was to raise the table with a block of wood between the chuck and table. This started to flex the table yoke assembly which is cast so I stopped before I broke something. Instead, I followed the recommended method and used a dead-blow hammer. I mounted the drill-press on a tool storage cabinet with 3/8"-16 bolts threaded into Tee-nuts on the bottom-side of the cabinet top for easy removal in the event I need to move the drill-press. Probably not necessary, this drill-press is over 50 lbs, but i don't like things moving while in service. I then used a 4" machinist square to check the table angle to the chuck with a bit installed. I did need to adjust the table a bit event though the table-angle indicator was at 0-degrees. I also purchased the WEN 423DPV 3" drill-press vise to secure smaller items on the table.
by fargozombie
6 people found this helpful
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