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Grizzly T32006 Variable-Speed Mini Benchtop Drill Press EXPIRED

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Grizzly.com has Grizzly T32006 Variable-Speed Mini Benchtop Drill Press on sale for $67.95. Shipping is $19.99.

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Specs:
  • Motor: 1/8 HP, 120V, single-phase, 0.95A
  • Swing: 8-3/4"
  • Spindle taper: B10
  • Spindle travel: 7/8"
  • Spindle speed: Variable, 0–5000 RPM
  • Drill chuck: 1/32"-1/4", B10
  • Drilling capacity: 3/16" mild steel
  • Maximum distance spindle-to-table: 6-1/2"
  • Footprint: 7" x 9-1/2"
  • Overall size: 7" W x 10" D x 15" H
  • Machine weight: 12 lbs.
  • Includes 2, 2.5 & 4mm hex wrenches

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T32006 Variable-Speed Mini Benchtop Drill Press
Better than a hand-held drill for making accurate 90° holes.
Whether you are making doll furniture, model train sets, jewelry or custom ammunition, these space-saving machines are just what you need for your delicate work.
The 1/8 HP motor powers the variable speed from 0–5000 RPM.
The cast iron table is 6-3/4" square, 1/8" thick and offers 360° of swing.
The Variable-Speed Mini Benchtop Drill Press may be small but is definitely not a toy.
Perfect for tight spaces.
Like all of the Grizzly drill presses, the T32006 comes with a 1-year warranty covering parts and assuring the unit is free from factory defects. (Consumables are not covered by the warranty.)
The T32006 manual was written by our U.S. based Documentation Department is packed with useful information. The complete and easy-to-read manual makes it easier to assemble and maintain your drill press.
The Grizzly Technical Support team is U.S. based. Parts and accessories for the drill press are available online and shipped from the Grizzly parts warehouse in Springfield, MO.
Made in an ISO 9001 factory
SPECIFICATIONS:
  • Motor: 1/8 HP, 120V, single-phase, 0.95A
  • Swing: 8-3/4"
  • Spindle taper: B10
  • Spindle travel: 7/8"
  • Spindle speed: Variable, 0–5000 RPM
  • Drill chuck: 1/32"-1/4", B10
  • Drilling capacity: 3/16" mild steel
  • Maximum distance spindle-to-table: 6-1/2"
  • Footprint: 7" x 9-1/2"
  • Overall size: 7" W x 10" D x 15" H
  • Machine weight: 12 lbs.
  • Includes 2, 2.5 & 4mm hex wrenches

https://www.grizzly.com/products/...ess/t32006
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$20 shipping.
So your baby can have a drill to copy his big daddy, duh.

Get it. Get it for your baby.
I'm trying to think of a reason that I need to buy a "baby" drill press.
Unfortunately, I really don't need it.

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Too bad they don't make a larger version of this. Give it a 1hp and a 6" spindle travel, and I'd happily throw $500 at it.

Why Bosch doesn't have their PBD-40 mini drill press, available in the US, I'll never understand.
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I'm trying to think of a reason that I need to buy a "baby" drill press.
Unfortunately, I really don't need it.
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I'm trying to think of a reason that I need to buy a "baby" drill press.
Unfortunately, I really don't need it.
So your baby can have a drill to copy his big daddy, duh.

Get it. Get it for your baby.
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I lost Zoolander's phone number- can someone tell him this is on sale?
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This thing is precious!
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EU 240V and US 240V are drastically different is the likely reason. Their 240V is more like US 120V, so they would have to redesign and rebuild it from the ground up after sourcing a new 120V motor.
Yeah... but just the motor system. The PBD-40 as is could house a motor similar to the 1-¼hp bosch colt motor with a type of VFD involved to regulate speed, without burning out the motor.

I for one would love a smaller version of the Nova (Teknatool) Voyager, or Viking (but made by a different company lol.). But the bells and whistle on them are more than I'd ever need. So a scaled down version with less... stuff... would be great. Just a simple direct drive drill press without belt changes, and a speed control. Maybe splurge a bit for a reverse feature, so if I ever git frisky, i could tap left handed threads lol (like if i wanted to mess with someone's head 100 years from now when they see what I was working on, and screamed at me for causing them to shear a few bolts. Lol.)

Tbh, I've made drill press type tools a few times, but getting variable speeds from an electric handrill isn't easy.

I have full size drill presses (a 10 and a 16) but both are a belt adjusted speeds, and having 1 arm, changing a belt speed
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Don't need one, but great deal!
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I lost Zoolander's phone number- can someone tell him this is on sale?
Tried. His voicemail is full.
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Yeah... but just the motor system. The PBD-40 as is could house a motor similar to the 1-¼hp bosch colt motor with a type of VFD involved to regulate speed, without burning out the motor.

I for one would love a smaller version of the Nova (Teknatool) Voyager, or Viking (but made by a different company lol.). But the bells and whistle on them are more than I'd ever need. So a scaled down version with less... stuff... would be great. Just a simple direct drive drill press without belt changes, and a speed control. Maybe splurge a bit for a reverse feature, so if I ever git frisky, i could tap left handed threads lol (like if i wanted to mess with someone's head 100 years from now when they see what I was working on, and screamed at me for causing them to shear a few bolts. Lol.)

Tbh, I've made drill press type tools a few times, but getting variable speeds from an electric handrill isn't easy.

I have full size drill presses (a 10 and a 16) but both are a belt adjusted speeds, and having 1 arm, changing a belt speed
Cannot recommend teknatool-nova's DVR tech highly enough. It's been dream-like: constant torque, ultimate variable-speed capability, reversible, etc.
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$20 shipping.
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Does anyone have experience with the G0925 model vs the model posted. I've been eyeing the G0925 model for awhile now. Seems to have decent reviews, anyone have experience with that model?
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Cannot recommend teknatool-nova's DVR tech highly enough. It's been dream-like: constant torque, ultimate variable-speed capability, reversible, etc.
I get it... it's awesome. But $1,200 awesome? I say no.

Plus, the people at Teknatool are... not very... well they're just 💩 . I'm about a mile away from Teknatool (the company appointed by Nova to do their drill presses).

They never answer emails or phone calls, and many of the drill presses they ship out have issues. My turning friends love their lathe chucks, but they know if there's ever an issue, then they will have to go on an adventure to get it resolved.

I kept wanting to go in to talk to someone, but they're never there. It's like a laundering front ??? lol.


Hopefully, someone makes a simpler version of a DVR press. My drill presses stay at one speed setting because I just can't change the belts.
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