Shop Fox   |  SKU: W1668  |  Model: H0626
Oscillating Drill Press
Price: $339.95
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    SKU: W1668
    Model: H0626
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    Just like its little brother (W1667), this 12-speed oscillating drill press can be used for efficient contour sanding. With more speeds, more power, and more capacity, this machine becomes an effective tool for heavier use. The table is supplied with a clearance hole for use while sanding. This clever design incorporates a dust collection port so that sanding is less messy. With a 3/4" drilling capacity in steel you'll be able to tackle most any drilling job as well. Check out these specs below.


  • Motor: 3/4 HP, 110V, single-phase, 1725 RPM
  • Overall height: 38"
  • Spindle travel: 3-1/4"
  • Swing: 13-1/4"
  • Drill chuck: 1/64"-5/8" (1-16mm)
  • Number of speeds: 12 (250-3050 RPM)
  • Table: Round 12-3/8" Dia.
  • Table swing: 360°
  • Table tilts: 90°
  • Approx. shipping weight: 127 lbs.
  • Includes 7/8", 1-7/16", and 1-15/16" Sanding Drum Set (D2677)
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    INSPIRED Wood Designs
    Salt Lake City, UT
    Give it a good look. 11/6/2015

    I'm sorry to say that this is the ONLY product that I have purchased from Grizzly that I wasn't elated with. As an oscillating drum sander, it's too much of a bother to switch it back and forth from sanding to drill press. As a bench top drill press, it's less than average. It's hard to get enough tension on the motor to keep the belts from slipping on the sheaves. Small to average size holes in WOOD bore ok, but tend to slip belts under harsher conditions. In metal, stay under 3/8" with tight belts and you're ok, any larger and you need a different machine (or a lot of patience). With any dual purpose machine you expect their to be a trade off, this time the trade-off just isn't worth it. Buy a good drill press and a good oscillating drum sander and you'll be much happier. Needs a larger motor. Even using the sanding drums with the unit set up as a drill press is disappointing with larger new sanding drums. If you just HAVE to have this combo unit because of space constraints or light use, maybe you'd find the trade-offs acceptable.

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