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Rikon 34" Bench Top Radial Drill Press, Model 30-140

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Product Information:

  • 5 Spindle Speeds 620-3100 RPM - Versatile speed range for drilling into any type
    of material

  • Rack and Pinion Table Height - Adjusting table height is easy with the turn of
    a handle

  • Head Tilts 45° Right, 90° Left - Great for angle drilling balustrades into stair railings

  • MT-2 Spindle Taper - Standard spindle taper for quick changes from chuck arbors to end mill bits

  • Clutch Depth Stop - Set your drill depth easily and accurately; great for repeatable drilling

  • Swing: 34"

  • Motor: 1/3 HP

  • Chuck Size: 5/8"

  • Drilling Capacity: 5/8"

  • Spindle Travel: 3-1/8"

  • Spindle Taper: MT-2

  • Head Rotates: 360°

  • Head Tilt: 45° R, 90° L

  • Quill Diameter: 2-3/16"

  • Table: 7-3/4" x 7-3/4"

  • Table Tilts: 45°

  • Column Diameter: 2-3/8"

  • Base Size: 13-5/8" x 8-5/16"

  • Chuck Key Holder: Yes

  • Height: 37"
  • Shipping weight 105 lb. Additional $55 fee for excess weight will be applied at checkout. Package will be brought to the back of the delivery truck for you to unload. See 'Ships Direct from Manufacturer' link for warranty and return details.

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    Return Information
    If you have a return issue, contact Woodcraft Supply customer service @ 1-800-535-4482 for return details. Customer pays return freight.

    When returning product, please include the invoice number or customer number and refer to the back of the invoice for shipping instructions.

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      Rikon offers a 5 year warranty.

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      Its the old Craftsman drill press

      By  Todd

      from Akron, OH

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      Comments about Rikon 34" Bench Top Radial Drill Press, Model 30-140 :

      There is nothing new about this drill press. It is the old Craftsman radial drill press design from 20 years ago. I know, because I own one. Always had problems with the quill lock, and had to re-thread most of the knobs and handles. Spindle bearings are okay, but the head moves even when locked into place for vertical drilling. Difficult to tighten the adjustments for repeatable accuracy. It is a poor design with a new color and Rikon branding. There are better drill press models with nicer, updated features. I am a 30+ year experienced woodworker and professional model builder. The drill press still runs, but for accuracy and easy adjustment, this is not the machine to spend your money on. I would not recommend it. The radial head is not well supported, and it vibrates due to the stamped steel belt case. Keeping the motor tight can be frustrating at times.


      Nice product

      By  KBwis

      from Madison area, wisconsin

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer



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      Comments about Rikon 34" Bench Top Radial Drill Press, Model 30-140 :

      Ordered the drill press through the local Woodcraft store. Assembly went quickly. Only small flaw was where the (4) bolts that hold the column to the base. The fillet blend would not allow the bolts to seat properly. A little work with a file easily addressed the issue. The belt was tight with the motor pulled all of the way forward, but I always replace the belts with Link-Belts anyway, so no real problem. The spindle and chuck run very true (make sure all the seating surfaces are very clean). I had a bunch of holes to drill in at an angle and this press made it easy to set up and run them through. Really like the longer spindle travel and the versatility of the machine. I am going to build a press table and a mobile cabinet stand as it does use up a little more area than a standard drill press. Except for the few minor things, I am very happy with the product.



      By  ooootis

      from Owings, Md

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer


      • Compact
      • Easy To Use
      • Ergonomic Design
      • Powerful


      • Poor gear mesh

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      Comments about Rikon 34" Bench Top Radial Drill Press, Model 30-140 :

      I'm giving this tool a rating of 3 for a few reasons. 1) The table adjustment worm gears have way to much back lash (almost 3/4 of a turn) as well as the handle seems a bit cheap. 2)Quite a bit of spindle drift when feeding the bit. (I think this can be tightened up a bit but that may cause the feed assemble to bind). 3) The depth indicator doesn't stay put. The good things are that it was well packed and preserved and other than the fit of a few parts it's made quite well made, good heavy castings and structure. A quite and very smooth motor. With a 5/8 chuck there should be nothing that I wont be able to uses. 6 speeds also allows this tool to be used as a drum sanders. All in all I'm satified.

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