Drill Presses consisted of the powered drills that could be raised or lowered into a material, allowing for less force by the user. It is a machine tool in which a rotating cutter, usually a twist drill, is pushed into a workpiece to produce a hole. Drill Presses are available with a wide variety of performance characteristics, such as power and capacity.
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A drill press (also known as a pedestal drill, pillar drill, or bench drill) is a fixed style of drill that may be mounted on a stand or bolted to the floor or workbench. A drill press consists of a base, column (or pillar), table, spindle (or quill), and drill head, usually driven by an induction motor. The head has a set of handles (usually 3) radiating from a central hub that, when turned, move the spindle and chuck vertically, parallel to the axis of the column.