Grizzly G7947 - 12 Speed 17" Floor Drill Press
- Motor: 1 HP, single-phase, 110V/220V, prewired 110V
- Overall height: 70"
- Swing: 17"
- Spindle travel: 4-3/4"
- Number of speeds: 12 (210, 310, 400, 440, 630, 670, 1260, 1430, 1650, 2050, 2350, 3300 RPM)
- Quill flange/collar dia: 3.623"
- Drill chuck: 1/64"-5/8"
- Spindle taper: MT #3
- Drilling capacity: 1" steel
- Table T-slot size: 5/8" wide
- Precision-ground cast iron table
- Table size: 13-5/8" x 13-5/8".
- Table swing: 360 degrees
- Table tilts: 90 degrees in both directions
- Footprint: 27-1/2" x 19-1/4"
- Approx. shipping weight: 283 lbs.
- Includes built-in light (bulb not included)
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6 Customer Reviews (4.5 out of 5 stars): Sign in to write a review
This drill press is impressive. It's "Heavy Duty" construction allows usage even in the most demanding applications. I am very pleased with the ease of speed adjustments as well as the ease of table adjustments. The table light is a great feature as well. It allows safer use due to increased visibility while drilling. This machine is with out question, a very high quality product. I am happy to own it !!
This was a present given to my dad and he has thoroughly enjoyed this product. It is truly a beginning industrial-strength style drill pressâ€¦ I would recommend this to anyone.
Great size and Power/torque. Was a Breeze to setup.\r\nThis is another great value product from Grizzly!
Sent the wrong bolts to bolt the unit to the base , unessssary running around to find bolts to mount
This is drill press is almost perfect. I upgraded a couple of things so now I really love it.\r\n\r\nFirst was the quill stop. Standard threaded rod with 2 nuts. l couldn't find wrenches that would exactly fit the nuts so it was a pain to adjust.\r\n\r\nI bought a 1/2 X 20 threaded rod from Zoro. Only a few dollars. Then I removed the old rod. It doesn't thread in just fits in. I drilled out the hole to 1/2" with a standard metal drill bit. Then I bought 2 1/2" X 20 nuts to secure it. Finally, I bought the quick set quill stop from Grizzly. They have an expensive one and a less expensive one. Works perfectly. \r\n\r\nThere is a lever on the right side to secure the motor after belt adjustments. I tried to use if for the first time and there was a clang inside. Apparently whatever is supposed to push against the motor fell off the lever. I called Grizzly. I was told there was no way to get in there and fix it and that it wasn't needed anyway. I haven't has any problems with slippage.\r\n\r\nI also replaced the standard chuck with a keyless one which is much better and holds just as tight.