Are you planning to buy a drill press anytime soon, or already have one but just don’t know how to maintain it, or get a commercial drilling service? This metal or woodworking tool is a substantial investment for your projects that need precise boring of holes. However, before buying the best model for your needs, there are several things to take into consideration.
The initial thing you need to think about and determine is which type of drill press you need. Whether you need a stationary or a benchtop model will depend on your project requirements.
The stationary ones are more difficult to transport since they are heavy. However, they can be more powerful than the benchtop model and have more features and capabilities. Benchtop drill presses are usually lighter, smaller, handy, and easy to move around and transport.
While handheld drills are portable, a full-sized drill press is more precise and powerful. So with enough floor space in your work area to put the stationary drill, it would be better to choose it.
In this instructional video by Jonathan Katz-Moses, you’ll discover the things involved in a commercial drilling service. Regardless of your drill press type, you’ll learn everything about how you can tune up and maintain your woodworking tool here. By following the tips in the restoration video, you can start drilling perfectly clean holes with great accuracy and precision.