#10: Dake SB-32 Floor Drill Press, 220V, 3 Phase, 1-1/4″ Drill Capacity, 23-5/8″ Length x 15-3/4″ Width x 71″ Height
June 4, 2017  |  Classic

#10: Dake SB-32 Floor Drill Press, 220V, 3 Phase, 1-1/4″ Drill Capacity, 23-5/8″ Length x 15-3/4″ Width x 71″ Height


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Dake SB-32 Floor Drill Press, 220V, 3 Phase, 1-1/4" Drill Capacity, 23-5/8" Length x 15-3/4" Width x 71" Height

The Dake SB-32 floor drill press is variable speed and has a larger drill capacity, more power, and a larger work diameter than the Dake SB-25 floor drill press. It has a 1-1/4″ drill capacity, a 2 hp motor, and an 18″ work diameter. A quick-release tension belt allows for fast speed changes. The drill press has a locking handle hub with an adjustment dial and scale for accurate depth settings. It includes a machined table with T-slots and a cast head and base. It also has several safety features including a push-button on/off switch, emergency stop button, thermal overload, and belt cover safety switch. The spindle has a large diameter with four bearing points for smooth operation. The handle has three spokes with a spring return for precise control.

Specifications
Drill capacity 1-1/4 inches
Number of speeds 9
Motor power 2 hp
Volts 220 AC
Phases 3
Spindle taper #4 Morse Taper
Maximum work diameter 18 inches
Spindle speed range 270 to 2290 rpm
Spindle travel 5-1/2 inches
Overall height 71 inches
Column diameter 4 inches
Table size 15-3/4 x 15-3/4 inches (L x W)
Base size 23-5/8 x 15 inches (L x W)
Spindle to table 26-3/8 inches
Spindle to base 50 inches
Weight 483 lb.

*L is length, the horizontal distance from front to back; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right

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Drill presses are used to create holes in workpieces, and they accept a wider range of cutter types and sizes than handheld drills. They have a spindle with a chuck that accepts a range of cutters such as twist drill bits, annular cutters, and threading taps. Drill capacity is determined by the size of the cutter accepted by the drill press. Magnetic drill presses are used to drill holes in steel where it is necessary to move the drill to the workpiece, such as ship and bridge building. They are portable and have a magnetic base that secures the drill to the steel workpiece, allowing the drill to be mounted vertically or horizontally on the workpiece. Cutting capacity is determined by the size of the cutter accepted by the magnetic drill press. Magnetic adhesion signifies the amount of force it takes to lift the drill off 1″ thick steel when the magnet is activated.

Dake Machine Tools manufactures arbor presses, hydraulic presses, drill presses, power hammers, band and cold saws, belt grinders, tube benders, and auto feed systems. The company, founded in 1887, is headquartered in Grand Haven, MI.

What’s in the Box?
  • 5/8″ keyed drill chuck
  • Drift for bit removal
  • Safety guard

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