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(16MM DRILL PRESS 550W) - ZKK-6116DP

The drill press is a versatile machine that uses a multiple-cutting- edged drill bit secured in a rotating chuck to bore and drill holes, normally into wood stock. The Drill Press, also called the Drilling Machine, is a device for producing holes in hard substances. The drill is held in a rotating spindle and is fed into the workpiece, which is usually clamped in a vise resting on a table. There are three main types of drill presses: floor drilling press, benchtop drilling press , and radial drilling press. Floor Drilling Press - A floor-standing drilling press is significantly more extensive and potent than its tabletop counterpart. A drill press lets you precisely determine the placement and angle of the hole as well as its depth. It has the power and leverage to drive bits easily, even in hard stock, and lets you raise and lower the bit repeatedly without ruining the shape of the hole. The first vertical drill presses were created in the late 1800s and were used principally by blacksmiths to create metal-based product. The first hand-operated electric drill was invented in Melbourne, Australia, in 1889. Prior to that time, most drilling was accomplished using hand-crank drills for small bores, and larger brace-style drills when more torque was required. Drills are designed for lighter tasks such as drilling small holes in wood or drywall. With all the different types of bits available, a drill is one of the most versatile tools in a toolbox. Ideal projects for a drill include: Hanging shelves or curtains. A power drill is a tool with an electrical motor that rotates a replaceable drill bit at your choice of speeds to create a hole in a variety of materials. The drill can also take screwdriver bits, to allow easier driving of screws through different materials.
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the measurement or extent of something from end to end; the greater of two or the greatest of three dimensions of a body.

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The drill press is a versatile 
machine that uses a multiple-cutting-
edged drill bit secured in a rotating chuck
 to bore and drill holes, normally into
 wood stock.

The Drill Press, also called
 the Drilling Machine, is a device 
for producing holes in hard substances.
 The drill is held in a rotating spindle
 and is fed into the workpiece, 
which is usually clamped in
 a vise resting on a table.

There are three main types
 of drill presses: floor drilling 
press, benchtop drilling press
, and radial drilling press.
 Floor Drilling Press -
 A floor-standing 
drilling press is significantly
 more extensive and potent
 than its tabletop counterpart.

A drill press lets you precisely
 determine the placement and 
angle of the hole as well as its depth.
 It has the power and leverage to 
drive bits easily, even in hard stock,
 and lets you raise and lower the
 bit repeatedly without ruining
 the shape of the hole.

 The first vertical drill
 presses were created in
 the late 1800s and were 
used principally by blacksmiths
 to create metal-based product.

The first hand-operated electric
 drill was invented in Melbourne,
 Australia, in 1889. Prior to that
 time, most drilling was accomplished
 using hand-crank drills for small bores,
 and larger brace-style drills when
 more torque was required.

Drills are designed for lighter
 tasks such as drilling small holes
 in wood or drywall. With all the
 different types of bits available, 
a drill is one of the most versatile
 tools in a toolbox. Ideal projects
 for a drill include: Hanging shelves
 or curtains.

A power drill is a tool with an
 electrical motor that rotates
 a replaceable drill bit at your
 choice of speeds to create a 
hole in a variety of materials.
 The drill can also take screwdriver
 bits, to allow easier driving of 
screws through different materials.

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The drill press is a versatile 
machine that uses a multiple-cutting-
edged drill bit secured in a rotating chuck
 to bore and drill holes, normally into
 wood stock.

The Drill Press, also called
 the Drilling Machine, is a device 
for producing holes in hard substances.
 The drill is held in a rotating spindle
 and is fed into the workpiece, 
which is usually clamped in
 a vise resting on a table.

There are three main types
 of drill presses: floor drilling 
press, benchtop drilling press
, and radial drilling press.
 Floor Drilling Press -
 A floor-standing 
drilling press is significantly
 more extensive and potent
 than its tabletop counterpart.

A drill press lets you precisely
 determine the placement and 
angle of the hole as well as its depth.
 It has the power and leverage to 
drive bits easily, even in hard stock,
 and lets you raise and lower the
 bit repeatedly without ruining
 the shape of the hole.

 The first vertical drill
 presses were created in
 the late 1800s and were 
used principally by blacksmiths
 to create metal-based product.

The first hand-operated electric
 drill was invented in Melbourne,
 Australia, in 1889. Prior to that
 time, most drilling was accomplished
 using hand-crank drills for small bores,
 and larger brace-style drills when
 more torque was required.

Drills are designed for lighter
 tasks such as drilling small holes
 in wood or drywall. With all the
 different types of bits available, 
a drill is one of the most versatile
 tools in a toolbox. Ideal projects
 for a drill include: Hanging shelves
 or curtains.

A power drill is a tool with an
 electrical motor that rotates
 a replaceable drill bit at your
 choice of speeds to create a 
hole in a variety of materials.
 The drill can also take screwdriver
 bits, to allow easier driving of 
screws through different materials.

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