Axminster DS2 Drill Stand
Axminster DS2 Drill Stand
£60.04 (£50.03 Ex. VAT)

Axminster DS2 Drill Stand

Code: 340151

  • Heavy duty stand with 43mm mounting collar
  • Cast iron base, 200 x 300mm
  • Rigid column, 37mm diameter
  • 68mm head travel
  • Adjustable depth stop with graduated scale
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£60.04 (£50.03 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster DS2 Drill Stand
  • Axminster Drill Guide
  • Axminster 7 Piece Forstner Bit Set
Total: £110.51

In Detail

A heavy duty drill stand supported on a cast iron base 200mm wide x 300mm deep. The 37mm diameter plated column carries a substantial yoke equipped with the standard 43mm collar. The travel of the head, operated by a rack and pinion action, is 68mm. The yoke can be locked and regulated by an adjustable depth stop with a graduated scale. This heavy duty drill stand will give you the ability to drill, plug and dowel accurately using your own portable mains drill. N.B. Drill chuck needs to be 43mm diameter or less.



Model DS2
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Overall rating 3.4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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20 January 2015

DS2 drill stand

I bought this drill stand at least five years ago and have used it throughout that time. Its instructions describe how to reduce slack in the drill carriage, which seems to be a problem in preceding comments. The tool lacks the precision of a drill press, but it fits in my tiny garage and lies within my budget. I use it for repetitive, not overly demanding tasks such as drilling waste from mortices, and for drilling brass and mild steel. Essential to success with this tool are a drill vice, simple markout tools, and possibly a hold down. The DS2 could have been better designed, but at more cost -- eventually it would have become a drill press. It is adequate for the uses I put it to.

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