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LOWE'S OF BEDFORD, IN
812 508-3000
3300 16TH STREET BEDFORD, IN, 47421
Bedford, IN
 
Fastenal- Bloomington
812-332-8054
671 South Landmark Avenue Bloomington, IN, 47403
Bloomington, IN
 
Bobcat of Anderson
(765) 643-4222
2075 East County Road 67
Anderson, IN
 
Fastenal- Evansville
812-464-5493
1401 Virginia Ave Evansville, IN, 47711
Evansville, IN
 
Fastenal- Shelbyville
317-398-7889
245 Northridge Dr Suite B-C Shelbyville, IN, 46176
Shelbyville, IN
 
Fastenal- Bedford
812-277-0749
514 K Street Bedford, IN, 47421
Bedford, IN
 
Bobcat of Fort Wayne
(260) 489-5511
3630 Goshen Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN
 
Bobcat of Lafayette
(800) 213-3448
2616 South Beck Lane
Lafayette, IN
 
Fastenal- Goshen
574-534-9975
2422 Dierdorff Rd Goshen, IN, 46526
Goshen, IN
 
Fastenal- Crown Point
219-661-2535
1305 Summit Street Crown Point, IN, 46307
Crown Point, IN
 

Woodworker Friendly Drill Presses

   

For eons, woodworkers have had to abide with drill presses designed primarily for metalworking. But no more, thanks to new woodworking drill presses from Delta and Powermatic. Both machines have super-wide tables that are easy to clamp to and provide better support for long pieces, such as table legs or cabinet sides. Their tables have replaceable center inserts for blow-out-free exit holes and miter slots for attaching jigs and fixtures. Both machines have lasers that pinpoint the center of the hole, digital rpm readout and mechanical variable-speed control systems that make it easy to dial in the proper speed for the bit and the material.

The Delta 20-959LX ($949) has two speed ranges, from 150 to 1,100 rpm and from 500 to 3,200 rpm. Its super-low speed capability is great for large-diameter Forstner bits. In addition to indicating speed, Delta's digital readout also indicates drilling depth, which is helpful when you want to drill stopped holes. Its impressive 24-in.-wide x 14-in.-deep table tilts up to 45 degrees forward, as well as left and right. Forward tilt adds versatility. For example, it's useful for drilling angled holes in long pieces that otherwise would hit the column. The 20-959LX is a large machine, with a 20-in swing, a 6-in. stroke and a 1-hp motor. It comes equipped with an adjustable incandescent task light. A fence is available as an accessory. The ...

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