Axminster Hobby Series AHDP13B Bench Pillar Drill
Axminster Hobby Series AHDP13B Bench Pillar Drill
£159.96 (£133.30 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Hobby Series AHDP13B Bench Pillar Drill

Code: 101925

  • Small bench pillar drill for hobby use, all cast iron construction
  • Smooth running 250W induction motor, 5 belt speeds 600-2,500rpm
  • Spindle running in genuine NSK ball bearings
  • Quill assembly is a good fit into the headstock
  • Quick adjust table height setting
  • Fitted with soft grip rubber feed handles and a quality 13mm keyless chuck
  • Features include belt cover safety switch and emergency stop switch
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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Hobby Series AHDP13B Bench Pillar Drill
  • Axminster Craft Drill Vice - 63mm
  • Axminster Drill Clamp 150mm(6")
  • Axminster Hobby Series HBS200N Bandsaw
Total: £387.67
Description

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Hobby Classification & 3 Year Guarantee

This is a small bench pillar drill for home workshop use. Robustly made from cast iron and machined steel for stability and strength. It has a true running chuck spindle and a good fit of the quill assembly into the headstock casting to ensure consistent drilling. Powered by a 250W induction motor, there are five belt speeds between 600-2,500rpm. The down feed is fitted with soft grip handles and there is a convenient drilling depth control. A quality 1.5-13mm keyless chuck is fitted. Table height is easily adjusted, the whole table assembly can be swivelled away to allow the base to be used as a work support. A front mounted NVR switch and the adjustable chuck guard add to the convenience of use. The belt cover has a safety switch to ensure safe speed changing. This small drill would be a very useful machine to have in a small home workshop as it is a versatile and reliable pillar drill. N.B. The morticing attachment is not suitable for this machine.

Specification

Specification

Base Size 285 mm x 185 mm
Chuck Capacity 1.5 mm to 13 mm
Chuck Travel 50 mm
Chuck Type keyless
Collar Size 45 mm
Diameter of Column 46 mm
Max Chuck to Base 380 mm
Max Chuck to Table 285 mm
Max Drilling Mild Steel 13 mm
Model AHDP13B
Nett Weight 26 kg
Overall L x W x H 500 mm x 280 mm x 735 mm
Power 250 W
Rating Hobby
Speed Range 600 - 2,500 rpm (5)
Spindle Taper B16
Table Size 165 mm x 165 mm
Table Tilt 45° - 0° - 45°
Throat Depth 105 mm
Voltage 230 V
Reviews (3)

Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.2 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Newest Customer Reviews

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BrightWoodUK

4 July 2018

Impressive Build Quality and Service

I purchased this pillar drill about 2 years ago and it has been a real work horse since the day I brought it home. I use it for both drilling and drum sanding with great results.

The quality of the components is second to none and it does exactly what it says on the tin. The adjustable table is solid and stays put and the multiple speeds are quick and easy to change.

Regarding quality of service, within 3 weeks of purchase I received a recall notice due to a small issue with the wiring of the motor. I immediately brought the drill back to store where it was swapped, no questions asked for a new, pre checked replacement without the fault. This tells me that Axminster cares about their customers and I shall continue to shop there for many years to come.
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Andrew

15 December 2017

Good value

I bought this drill setting out to do both woodwork and metal work. The assembly was straightforward and created no problems. The general quality is good and there is very little play in the quill or chuck which gave some confidence. I had little difficulty in drilling wood but drilling metal was a bit less easy. I spent some time levelling the drill so that I could use an electronic angle indicator to set my work pieces (metal) accurately. Being at the bottom of the range there were a few drawbacks. The table is quite tiresome to adjust the height when using a heavy metal vice whereas the more expensive models have a rack and pinion mechanism which must be easier. The guard was a bit flimsy and caught on the emergency stop button. This button, fitted simply to comply with safety standards, just operated the normal stop button underneath and made restarting very awkward having to unclip the cover so a separate emergency stop would be much more practical as provided on the trade models. I removed the emergency stop cover due the above problems without compromising safety I think. The guard and depth stop were mounted on a plastic moulding clamped to the drill. This was a bit flimsy and soon broke leaving it loose and I think could do with a rethink.
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Georgiep

19 March 2017

You get what you pay for and maybe a little better

This arrives flat packed so there's a bit of assembly required. The base plate casting is attached to the flange at the bottom of drill column by three bolts. The pre-threaded bolt holes in the base plate were "dirty" so it took some effort to get the bolt to screw in. There is no guide notch to centre the drill head to the top of the column. Neither is there any bar to centre the drill table to drill head. The depth stop is a little cheap. So these are the some nitty little points which could be improved. The big bonus point is that there is very very little play in the chuck which is what I need. Plenty of different speeds and the whole machine fairly good quality. It fits my requirements

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