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LOWE'S OF CARMEL, IN
317 566-8124
14598 LOWES WAY CARMEL, IN, 46033
Carmel, IN
 
LOWE'S OF NE INDIANAPOLIS, IND
317 578-2200
8002 NORTH SHADELAND AVE. INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 46250
Indianapolis, IN
 
LOWE'S OF NOBLESVILLE, IND.
317 774-1826
16800 MERCANTILE BLVD NOBLESVILLE, IN, 46060
Noblesville, IN
 
LOWE'S OF NW INDIANAPOLIS, IND
317 875-7500
8440 MICHIGAN RD. INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 46268
Indianapolis, IN
 
Pro Fastening Systems/Indianapolis
(317) 872-6620
8140 Zionsville Road Indianapolis, IN, 46268
Indianapolis, IN
 
Linc Systems-Westfield
800-513-9918
16540 Southpark Dr Westfield, IN, 46074
Westfield, IN
 
LOWE'S OF C. INDIANAPOLIS, IND
317 202-9142
6002 NORTH RURAL STREET INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 46220
Indianapolis, IN
 
Fastenal- Noblesville
317-770-0649
14775 Herriman Blvd Noblesville, IN, 46060
Noblesville, IN
 
Fastenal- Indianapolis
317-328-3492
7020 Guion Rd Indianapolis, IN, 46268
Indianapolis, IN
 
LOWE'S OF E INDIANAPOLIS, IND.
317 895-8400
8801 EAST 25TH ST. INDIANAPOLIS, IN, 46219
Indianapolis, 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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