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General International DP2003 User guide
SETUP & OPERATION MANUAL
13 inch Drill Press
Features
●● Floor mount model
●● 16 speeds
●● Patented cross-pattern
precision laser alignment and
centering guide
●● Unique built-in LED work light
illuminates the work table
●● Easy-access safety switch with
removable security key
●● Transparent flip-up chuck
safety guard
●● Large soft-grip ergonomic
feed handles
●● Depth stop with scale
●● Heavy cast-iron and steel
construction
Specifications
●● Motor: 120 V ~ 60 Hz
●● Power: 550 W
●● Swing: 13 in. (330 mm)
●● Drilling capacity:
5/8 in. (16 mm)
●● Taper: MT2
●● Quill stroke:
3-1/8 in. (80 mm)
●● Speed range: 260-4220 rpm
●● Table tilt: 0 – 45 degrees
●● CSA certification
●● Net weight:
207013
112 lb. (51 kg)
Model # DP2003
General International Power Products, LLC
6243 Industrial Parkway
Whitehouse, OH 43571 USA
General International Power Products Ltd.
117-6741 Cariboo Rd.
Burnaby, BC V3N 4A3 Canada
website: www.gipowerproducts.com
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THANK YOU
for choosing this General International machine. This tool has been
carefully tested and inspected before shipment and if properly used and
maintained, will provide you with years of reliable service. To ensure
optimum performance and trouble-free operation, and to get the most
from your investment, please take the time to read this manual before
assembling, installing and operating the unit.
The manual’s purpose is to familiarize you with the safe operation, basic
function, and features of this tool as well as the set-up, maintenance and
identification of its parts and components. This manual is not intended
as a substitute for formal woodworking instruction, nor to offer the user
instruction in the craft of woodworking. If you are not sure about the safety
of performing a certain operation or procedure, do not proceed until you
can confirm, from knowledgeable and qualified sources, that it is safe to do so.
Once you’ve read through these instructions, keep this manual handy for
future reference.
®
GENERAL INTERNATIONAL
WARRANTY
All component parts of General® International products are carefully
inspected during all stages of production and each unit is thoroughly
inspected upon completion of assembly.
2-Year Limited Warranty
All products are warranted for a period of 2 years (24 months) from the
date of purchase. General® International agrees to repair or replace any
part or component which upon examination, proves to be defective in
either workmanship or material to the original purchaser during this 2-year
warranty period, subject to the “conditions and exceptions” as listed below.
Repairs made without the written consent of General International will void
the warranty.
Disclaimer
The information and specifications in this manual pertain to the unit as
it was supplied from the factory at the time of printing. Because we are
committed to making constant improvements, General International
reserves the right to make changes to components, parts or features of
this unit as deemed necessary, without prior notice and without obligation
to install any such changes on previously delivered units. Reasonable care
is taken at the factory to ensure that the specifications and information in
this manual corresponds with that of the unit with which it was supplied.
However, special orders and “after factory” modifications may render some
or all information in this manual inapplicable to your machine. Further, as
several generations of this tool model and several versions of this manual
may be in circulation, if you own an earlier or later version of this unit, this
manual may not depict your machine exactly. If you have any doubts or
questions contact your retailer or our support line with the model and serial
number of your unit for clarification.
To file a Claim
To file a claim under our Standard 2-year Limited Warranty, all defective
parts, components or machinery must be returned freight or postage
prepaid to General® International, or to a nearby distributor, repair center
or other location designated by General® International. For further details
contact our service department: USA toll-free (844) 877-5234 or (419)
877-5234 / Canada toll-free (888) 949-1161 or (604) 420-2299 or through
our website: www.gipowerproducts.com.
Along with the return of the product being claimed for warranty, a copy of
the original proof of purchase and a “letter of claim” must be included (a
warranty claim form can also be used and can be obtained, upon request,
from General® International or an authorized distributor) clearly stating
the model and serial number of the unit (if applicable) and including
an explanation of the complaint or presumed defect in material or
workmanship.
CONDITIONS AND EXCEPTIONS
This coverage is extended to the original purchaser only. Prior warranty
registration is not required but documented proof of purchase, i.e. a copy
of original sales invoice or receipt showing the date and location of the
purchase as well as the purchase price paid, must be provided at the time
of claim.
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Warranty does not include failures, breakage or defects deemed after
inspection by General® International to have been directly or indirectly
caused by or resulting from; improper use, or lack of or improper
maintenance, misuse or abuse, negligence, accidents, damage in
handling or transport, or normal wear and tear of any generally considered
consumable parts or components.
Repairs made without the written consent of General® International will
void all warranty.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
BEFORE OPERATING
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Before attempting to operate your new tool, please read these instructions
thoroughly. You will need these instructions for the safety warnings,
precautions, assembly, operation, maintenance procedures, parts list and
diagrams. Keep your invoice with these instructions. Write the invoice
number on the inside of front cover. Keep the instructions and invoice in a
safe, dry place for future reference.
The warnings, cautions and instructions discussed
in this instruction manual cannot cover all possible conditions or
situations that could occur. It must be understood by the operator that
common sense and caution are factors which cannot be built into this
product, but must be supplied by the operator.
IMPORTANT SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
The purpose of safety symbols is to attract your attention to possible
hazards. The safety symbols, and the explanations with them, deserve
your careful attention and understanding. The safety warnings do not, by
themselves, eliminate any danger. The instructions or warnings they give
are not substitutes for proper accident prevention measures.
DANGER! Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in serious injury or death.
WARNING! Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, could result in serious injury or death.
CAUTION: Indicates an imminently risky situation which, if not avoided,
could result in minor injuries or slight injury. It may also be used to notify
the user to remain alert regarding unsafe practises which may cause
property damage.
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WARNINGs and cautions
Be sure to read, understand and follow all safety warnings and instructions
in the supplied operator’s manual.
Work Area
1.KEEP CHILDREN AND BYSTANDERS AWAY.
All children should be kept away from the work area. Don’t let them
handle machines, tools or extension cords. Visitors can be a distraction
and are difficult to protect from injury.
2.Keep working area clean
and be sure adequate lighting is available. Cluttered areas invite
injuries.
3.MAKE WORKSHOP KID-PROOF
with padlocks, master switches, or by removing starter keys.
4.AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS
Don’t use power tools in damp or wet locations. Keep work area
well lit. Do not expose power tools to rain. Do not use the tool in the
presence of flammable liquids or gases.
5.STORE IDLE EQUIPMENT.
Store equipment in a dry area to inhibit rust. Equipment also should be
in a high location or locked up to keep out of reach of children.
Personal Safety
1.Learn the machine’s applications and limitations,
as well as the specific potential hazards particular to this machine.
Follow available safety instructions and safety rules carefully.
2.DON’T OVERREACH.
Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Do not reach over or
across machines that are running.
3.STAY ALERT
Watch what you are doing. Use common sense. Do not operate tool
when you are tired. Do not operate while under medication or while
using alcohol or other drugs.
4.Avoid distractions
while operating this tool.
5.Wear appropriate apparel
Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, bracelets, necklaces,or jewellery
while operating the tool. Wear face, eye, ear, respiratory and body
protection devices, as indicated for the operation or environment.
6.Always wear safety glasses
Also use face or dust mask if cutting operation is dusty, and ear plugs
during extended periods of operation. Everyday eyeglasses have only
impact resistant lenses, they are NOT safety glasses.
7.WEAR BREATHING PROTECTION. Use of this tool can generate and/or disperse dust, which may cause
serious and permanent respiratory or other injury. Many types of wood
are naturally toxic, especially in dust form. Wear a clean dust mask
if the work involves creating a lot of fine or coarse dust. Always use
NIOSH/OSHA-approved respiratory protection appropriate for the dust
exposure. Direct particles away from face and body.
8.WEAR HEARING PROTECTION, especially from repeated exposure.
9.GUARD AGAINST ELECTRIC SHOCK
Prevent body contact with grounded surfaces. For example: pipes,
radiators, ranges, refrigerator enclosures. When your body is grounded
the risk of electric shock increases. When working wherever “live”
electrical wires may be encountered, try to ascertain whether there is
a danger of shock. Even so, DO NOT TOUCH ANY METAL PARTS
OF THE TOOL while using it. Hold the tool only by the plastic grip to
prevent electric shock if you contact a live wire.
10.Always disconnect tool before servicing
and when changing accessories such as belts, bits, blades, cutters.
11.Keep guards in place
and in working order. If a guard must be removed for maintenance or
cleaning, make sure it is properly attached before using the tool again.
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12.ensure keys and adjusting wrenches are removed
before turning power on. Left attached, these parts can fly off a
rotating part and result in personal injury.
13.Make sure that switch is in “OFF” position
before plugging in cord to reduce the risk of unintentional starts.
14.Make sure tool is properly grounded.
If tool is equipped with three-prong plug, it should be plugged into a
three-pole electrical receptacle. Never remove the third prong.
15.Never stand on tool
Serious injury could occur if the tool is tipped or if the cutting tool is
unintentionally contacted.
16.Keep hands well away from abrasive surfaces
and all moving parts. Do not clear chips and sawdust away with
hands. Use a brush.
17.Whenever possible use a dust collector
with shaving hood to minimize health hazards.
18.SECURE WORK.
Use clamps or a vise to hold the work. It’s safer than using your hands
and it frees both hands to operate the tool.
19.DISCONNNECT THE PLUG FROM POWER
before making any adjustments. Changing attachments or
accessories can be dangerous if the tool could accidentally start.
Tool Safety
1.Make sure all cutting tools
are moving at operation speed before feeding.
2.Do not feed the material too quickly.
The tool will perform better and be safer working at the rate for which it
was designed.
3.Never leave the machine with the power on.
4.Do not force the machine.
It will do the job better and be safer at a rate for which it was designed.
Don’t force a small tool or attachment to do the work of a larger
industrial tool. Don’t use a tool for a purpose for which it was not
intended.
5.MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE.
Keep tools sharp and clean for better and safer performance. Follow
instructions for lubricating and safe performance. Follow instructions
for lubricating and changing accessories. Keep handles dry, clean and
free from oil and grease.
6.DISCONNNECT THE PLUG FROM POWER BEFORE MAKING ANY
ADJUSTMENTS.
Changing attachments or accessories can be dangerous if the tool
could accidentally start.
7.AVOID UNINTENTIONAL STARTING.
Be sure the switch is in the OFF position before plugging in. Do not
carry the tool with the power connected and your finger on the trigger.
8.Keep guards in pla ce,
in working order, in good adjustment and alignment.
9.DO NOT USE THE TOOL
if it cannot be switched on or off. Have your tool repaired
before using it.
10.CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS.
Before using this tool, any part that is damaged should be carefully
checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its
intended function. Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of
moving parts, breakage of parts, mountings, and other conditions that
may affect its operation. Inspect screws and tighten any ones that
are loose. Any part that is damaged should be properly repaired or
replaced by an authorized service center unless otherwise indicated
elsewhere in the instruction manual. Have defective switches replaced
by an authorized service center. Don’t use the tool if switch does not
turn it on and off properly.
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11.OBTAIN ADVICE
from your supervisor, instructor or another qualified person if you are
not thoroughly familiar with the operation of this machine. Knowledge
is safety.
12.Use ONLY recommended accessories.
Use of accessories NOT recommended by General International may
result in a risk of injury.
Service
1.INSPECT AND MAINTAIN THE TOOL REGULARLY. Have it repaired only by an authorized repair technician.
2.MAINTAIN TOOLS WITH CARE.
Keep tools sharp and clean for better and safer performance. Follow
instructions for lubricating and safe performance. Follow instructions
for lubricating and changing accessories. Keep handles dry, clean and
free from oil and grease.
3.ENSURE THAT THE VENTILATION openings
are kept clear of debris.
4.IF THE CORDSET IS DAMAGED have it repaired
only by an authorized service center.
5.SERVICE AND REPAIRS should be made by qualified
repair technicians
at an authorized repair center. Improperly repaired tools could cause
serious shock or injury.
6.REPLACEMENT PARTS.
When servicing, use only the manufacturer’s recommended
replacement dentical replacement parts and accessories.
7.THE MANUFACTURER SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
for any changes made to the tool, nor for any damage resulting from
such changes.
Safety rules specific to this equipment
Because each shop situation is unique, no list of safety guidelines can
ever be complete. The most important safety feature in any shop is the
knowledge and good judgement of the user. Use common sense and
always keep safety considerations, as they apply to your individual shop
situation first and foremost in mind. If you have any doubts about the
safety of an operation you are about to perform: STOP! Do not perform the
operation until you have validated from qualified individuals if the operation
is safe to perform and what is the safest method to perform it.
warning! To avoid mistakes that could cause serious, permanent
injury, do not plug the drill press in until the following steps have been
completed:
„„Assembly and alignment
„„Learn the use and function of the on/off switch, feed handles, depth
stop, belt tension adjustment, work table and work table tilt knob.
„„Review and understanding of all safety instructions and operating
procedures in this manual.
„„Review of the maintenance methods for this tool.
1.Read the warning labels on the tool. 2.AVOID UNINTENTIONAL STARTING.
Be sure the switch is in the OFF position before plugging in.
3.ALWAYS CHECK AND MAKE SURE TO REMOVE ANY ADJUSTING
KEYS OR WRENCHES
before turning the tool on. Left attached, these parts can fly off a
rotating part and result in personal injury.
4.DO NOT OPERATE THIS MACHINE until it is completely
assembled
and installed according to the instructions. A machine incorrectly
assembled can cause serious injury.
NOTE: If any parts are damaged or missing, do not attempt to plug in
the power cord and turn the switch on until the damaged or missing parts
are obtained and are installed correctly.
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5.SECURE THE MACHINE to a supporting surface.
Vibration can cause the machine to slide, walk, or tip over. To avoid
injury from unexpected movement, make sure the saw is on a firm,
level surface, properly secured to prevent rocking. Make sure there is
adequate space for operations.
6.STABILITY OF THE DRILL PRESS
The drill press may show a tendency to tilt or move during use.
If so, bolt it to the floor or to a piece of 3/4" plywood large enough to
stabilize it.
7.Never climb or stand on the tool.
It could break or pull the entire drill press down on you. Serious injury
could occur if the tool tips. Do not store anything above or near the tool
where anyone might stand on the tool to reach them.
8.Securely lock the head and table support bracket to
the column,
and the table to the table support bracket before operating the drill
press. Never move either the head or table support bracket while the
tool is running.
9.ALWAYS CHECK AND MAKE SURE TO REMOVE the chuck key,
any adjusting keys or wrenches before turning the tool on. Left
attached, these parts can fly off a rotating part and result in
personal injury.
10.Before starting the operation, check for misalignment in the chuck.
Jog (turn on, then immediately off) the motor switch to make sure the
drill bit or other cutting tool does not wobble or cause vibration.
11.NEVER TURN THE MACHINE ON before
clearing the table/work area of all objects (tools, scraps of wood, etc.).
Flying debris is dangerous.
12.Use extra supports
(tables, saw horses, blocks, etc.) for any workpiece large enough to tip
when not held down to the work table.
13.DO NOT LEAVE THE WORK AREA UNTIL ALL MOVING PARTS
HAVE STOPPED.
Shut off the power to master switches. Childproof the workshop!
14.BEFORE STARTING,
be certain the motor, table, attachments and adjustment knobs are
secured.
15.CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS.
Before using this tool, any part that is damaged should be carefully
checked to determine that it will operate properly and perform its
intended function. Check for misalignment of moving parts, binding of
moving parts, breakage of parts, mountings and other conditions that
may affect its operation. Inspect screws and tighten any that are loose.
Any part that is damaged should be properly repaired or replaced by
an authorized service center unless otherwise indicated elsewhere
in the instruction manual. Have defective switches replaced by an
authorized service center. Don’t use the tool if switch does not turn it
on and off properly.
16.OBTAIN ADVICE
from your supervisor, instructor, or another qualified person if you are
not thoroughly familiar with the operation of this machine. Knowledge
is safety.
17.NEVER TURN THE MACHINE ON
with the workpiece contacting the bit. Workpiece may be thrown and
cause injury or damage.
18.PREVENT THE WORKPIECE
from contacting the bit before starting the tool. Loss of control of the
workpiece is dangerous.
19.NEVER TURN THE MACHINE ON
before clearing the table/work area of all objects (tools, scraps of
wood, etc.). Flying debris is dangerous.
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20.DISCONNNECT THE PLUG FROM POWER BEFORE MAKING ANY
ADJUSTMENTS.
Changing attachments, making bit changes, adjustments or repairs or
accessories can be dangerous if the tool could accidentally start. Turn
off and unplug the drill press before moving it.
21.TURN THE MACHINE OFF,
disconnect the machine from the power source, when not in operation
and before leaving the machine. Clean the table/work area before
leaving the machine.
22.DO NOT LEAVE THE WORK AREA UNTIL ALL MOVING PARTS
HAVE STOPPED.
Shut off the power to master switches. Childproof the workshop!
23.TO FREE ANY JAMMED MATERIAL, TURN THE SWITCH OFF.
Unplug the tool. Wait for all moving parts to stop before removing the
jammed material.
24.Never work free hand
(hand-holding the workpiece rather than supporting it on the table),
except when polishing.
25.prevent the workpiece from being pulled out of
your hands, spinning on the table,
shattering the tool, or being thrown. Always support your work so it
won’t shift or bind on the tool.
26.Always position The workpiece and Backup material
(used beneath the workpiece) to contact the left side of the column.
Whenever possible, position the workpiece to contact the left side of
the column — if it is short or the table is tilted, clamp it solidly to the
table.
27.Clamp or brace workpiece against column
to prevent rotation.
28.SUPPORT THE WORKPIECE firmly with a clamp,
vise, or work table when drilling. Hold the workpiece firmly. Loss of
control of the workpiece can result in injury.
29.When using a drill press vise,
always fasten it securely to the table.
30.PROPERLY SUPPORT LONG OR WIDE WORKPIECES.
If a workpiece overhangs the table so that it could fall or tip if not held,
clamp it to the table or provide auxiliary support(s). Loss of control of
the workpiece is dangerous.
31.SUPPORT ROUND WORK PROPERLY Use V blocks to prevent it from rolling.
32.Use the recommended SPINDLE SPEED for the specific operation and workpiece material — check the label
inside the pulley cover for drilling information
33.Keep pulley cover closed when not making belt adjustments.
34.To avoid injury from thrown work or tool contact,
do not perform layout, assembly, or setup work on the table while the
chuck is rotating.
35.USE ONLY ACCESSORIES DESIGNED FOR THIS DRILL PRESS
to avoid serious injury from thrown, broken parts or work pieces.
36.WHEN CUTTING LARGE DIAMETER HOLES, Clamp the
workpiece firmly to the table.
Otherwise the cutter may grab and spin at high speed. Use only one
piece, cup-type hole cutters. DO NOT use fly cutters or multi-part hole
cutters as they may come apart or become unbalanced in use.
37.Accessories must be rated for at least the spindle
speed setting of the drill press.
This drill press has 5 spindle speeds. Check spindle speed setting of
the drill press based on pulley speed chart located inside the pulley
housing. Ensure accessories used have a higher speed rating than the
current spindle speed setting of the drill press. Accessories running
faster than rated speed can fly apart and cause injury.
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38.Do not install or use drill bits that exceed 7"
(18 cm) in length or extend 6" (15 cm) below the chuck jaws. They can
suddenly bend outward or break.
39.Do not use wire wheels, router bits, shaper cutters,
circle (fly) cutters, or rotary planers
on this drill press.
40.AVOID AWKWARD OPERATIONS AND HAND POSITIONS.
A sudden slip could cause a hand to move into the bit.
41.NEVER PERFORM LAYOUT, ASSEMBLY, OR SET-UP WORK on
the table
/work area when the machine is running. A sudden slip could cause a
hand or hair to move into the spinning bit or chuck. Severe injury can
result.
42.DO NOT GET DISTRACTED AND ALWAYS CONCENTRATE ON
WHAT YOU ARE DOING.
Use common sense. Never operate the machine when you are tired,
sick, or under the influence of alcohol, or other drugs.
43.TURN THE MACHINE OFF,
disconnect the machine from the power source and clean the table /
work area before leaving the machine.
44.LOCK THE SWITCH IN THE “OFF” POSITION to prevent
unauthorized use.
Someone else might accidentally start the machine and cause injury to
themselves.
45.KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Refer to them frequently and use them to instruct other users. If you
lend someone this unit, also lend them the instructions.
46.FAILURE TO FOLLOW OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS IN THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL CAN RESULT IN
SERIOUS INJURY.
Read the manual before starting or operating this unit.
47.KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Refer to them frequently and use them to instruct other users. If you
loan someone this unit, also loan them the instructions.
Health Notice: Some dust created by power sanding, sawing,
grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contain chemicals
known to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. Some
examples of these chemicals are:
─Lead from lead-based paints
─Crystalline silica from bricks and cement and other masonry products
─Arsenic and chromium from chemically-treated lumber
Your risk from these exposures varies, depending on how often you do
this type of work. To reduce your exposure to these chemicals, work in
a well ventilated area, and work with approved safety equipment, such
as those dust masks that are specially designed to filter out microscopic
particles.
ElectricAL
WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS
1.Before connecting the machine to the power source, verify
that the voltage of your power supply corresponds with the voltage
specified on the motor I.D. nameplate. A power source with greater
voltage than needed can result in serious injury to the user as well
as damage to the machine. If in doubt, contact a qualified electrician
before connecting to the power source.
2.Make sure your fingers
do not contact the terminals of the power cord plug when plugging in or
unplugging the tool.
3.GROUNDED TOOLS must be plugged into an outlet that
itself is properly installed and grounded.
Grounding provides a low-resistance path to carry electricity to ground
away from the operator, should the tool malfunction electrically.
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4.DO NOT ABUSE THE CORD.
Never carry your tool by the cord or pull on the cord to unplug it.
Protect the cord from potential sources of damage: heat, oil & solvents,
sharp edges, or moving parts. Replace damaged cords immediately.
5.WHEN WORKING OUTDOORS, USE AN OUTDOOR-RATED
EXTENSION CORD.
An extension cord rated for outdoor use must be marked “W-A” or “W”.
6.This tool is for indoor use only.
Do not expose electrical power tools to moisture. Rain or wet
conditions can cause water to enter the tool and lead to electric shock.
7.FOLLOW ALL Locally applicable WIRING CODES
and recommended electrical connections to prevent shock or
electrocution.
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
In the event of an electrical malfunction or short circuit, grounding reduces
the risk of electric shock. The motor of this machine is wired for 120 V
single phase operation and is equipped with a 3-conductor cord and a
3-prong grounding plug to fit a grounded type receptacle B. Do not remove
the 3rd prong (grounding pin) to make it fit into an old 2-hole wall socket
or extension cord. If an adaptor plug is used C, it must be attached to the
metal screw of the receptacle.
Note: The use of an adaptor plug is illegal in some areas, including
Canada. Check your local codes. If you have any doubts or if the
supplied plug does not correspond to your electrical outlet, consult a
qualified electrician before proceeding.
EXTENSION CORDS
If you find it necessary to use an extension cord with your machine, use
only 3-wire extension cords that have 3-prong grounding plug and a
matching 3-pole receptacle that accepts the tool’s plug. Repair or replace a
damaged extension cord or plug immediately.
Make sure the cord rating is suitable for the amperage listed on the motor
I.D. plate. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in
loss of power and overheating. The accompanying chart shows the correct
size extension cord to be used based on cord length and motor I.D. plate
amp rating.
Total Extension Cord Length
Feet
Amp Rating
25
Meters
Feet
8
50
Meters
Feet
15
100
Meters
Feet
30
125
Meters
40
3 - 10 amp
18 ga.
16 ga.
14 ga.
14 ga.
10.1 - 12 amp
16 ga.
16 ga.
14 ga.
14 ga.
12.1 - 16 amp
14 ga.
12 ga.
Use only UL or CSA approved extension cords
WARNING! Do not allow familiarity with your tool to make your
careless. Remember that a careless fraction of a second is sufficient to
inflict severe injury.
IMPORTANT: The warnings, cautions and instructions detailed in this
manual cannot cover all possible conditions and situations that occur. It
must be understood by the operator that common sense and caution are
factors that cannot be built into this product, but must be supplied by the
operator.
Laser safety
This tool is equipped with a patented precision cross-pattern laser
alignment and centering guide.
1.Do not stare directly at the laser beam.
Danger! Eye damage may occur if you deliberately stare
into the beam.
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2.The laser light beam
used in this system is Class II with maximum 1 mW and 650 nm
wavelengths. AVOID DIRECT EYE EXPOSURE.
3.The laser must be used and maintained in accordance
with the manufacturer’s instructions:
• Never aim the beam at any person or an object other than the
workpiece.
• Do not project the laser beam into the eyes of others.
• Always ensure the laser beam is aimed at a workpiece without
reflective surfaces as the laser beam could be reflected into your
eyes or the eyes of others.
unpacking
WARNING! Do not attempt to assemble the tool, plug in the power
cord or turn on the switch if any parts are damaged or missing. Failure to
heed this warning could result in serious personal injury.
Contents
Separate all parts from the packing materials and check carefully against
fig 2 & 3 and the list below.
Note: Make certain all parts are accounted for before discarding any
packing material.
Some items below may be packed already assembled to each other.
j
Allen hex wrenches: 3 mm & 4 mm
k
chuck safety guard
Table assembly
l
2 x V-belt
b
Column assembly
m
Table hand crank
c
Manual
n
Table support lock handle
d
Loose parts box
o
Drift key
e
Base
p
Pulley cover knob
f
Head assembly
q
Chuck key
g
r
Chuck
h
2 x AA batteries
s
Idler pulley
i
4 x hex bolts
t
3 x feed handles
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Functional Description
Getting to know your 13 inch Drill Press
Warning! To avoid injury from accidental start, turn the switch off
and remove the plug from the power source outlet before making any
adjustments
.
A
Base
B
Column support
C
Column
D
Rack
E
F
Table bevel lock
G
Table lock
H
Table
I
Table hand crank
J
K
Table support lock
L
Rack collar
M
Motor
N
Chuck
O
Chuck safety guard
P
Depth stop
Q
Work light switch
R
Head lock set screw
S
Drill switch
T
Drill switch lockout key
U
Belt tension lock knob
V
Belt / pulley cover
W
Laser switch
X
Belt / pulley cover knob
Y
Belt tensioning handle
Z
Feed handle
AA
Quill feed spring assembly
BB
Depth gauge
CC
Floor mount holes
Assembly Procedure
Warning! For your own safety, never connect the plug to the power
source outlet or insert the switch insert key until all the assembly steps
are complete and you have read and understood the entire owner's
manual.
Tools needed
●●
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Adjustable wrench
Combination square
Phillips screwdriver
Hammer and block of wood
Base and column
1.Place the base (A, fig 4 & 5) on the floor.
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2.Place the column assembly, (C, fig 4 & 5) on the base with the column
support (B, fig 4 & 5) at the bottom, the rack collar (L, fig 4 & 5) at the
top and the rack (D, fig 4) running between them. Align the column
support holes with the base holes.
3.Install the bolts through each column support hole and tighten into the
base with the wrench.
Mounting
Warning! Drill presses are by their design, very top-heavy and must
be securely fastened in place.
●● Decide where the drill press will stand and fasten your drill press
through the mounting holes in the base to the floor with heavy duty
bolts, washers, and nuts.
●● If concrete, the bolts will need appropriate concrete anchors. This will
prevent it from tipping over, sliding, or walking during operation.
table
1.Remove the rack collar from the top of the column by loosening the set
screw in it.
2.Remove the rack.
3.If not already installed, insert the worm shaft (u, fig 6) through the center
hole of the table support (J, fig 6) and out through the crank handle hole
as shown at right. The worm shaft should extend outside the housing
about 1” (25 mm).
4.Insert the rack (D, fig 5) into the vertical groove of the table support.
Make sure the worm gear driven by the just-installed worm shaft on the
inside of the table support is engaged by the teeth of the rack.
5.Place the table support at the roughly the center of the rack.
6.Slide this table support and rack assembly down together onto the
column. Insert the bottom edge of the rack so that it rests inside the lip
of the column support.
7.Hold it in this position while you place the rack collar bevel-side-down
over the top edge of the rack.
8.Tighten the set screw with a hex (Allen) wrench, holding the rack in
position.
u
u
J
fig 6
Note: Make sure there is enough clearance to allow the table to rotate
around the column, the collar sitting loosely over rack and square to the
column. Tighten the set screw only enough to keep collar in place, to
avoid column or collar damage.
9.Slide the table support crank handle (I, fig 4 & 5) onto the worm shaft
protruding from the side of the table support. Fasten it with the set
screw, making sure the set screw is aligned with the flat of the shaft and
as close to the table support as possible. Tighten the set screw.
10.Place the table (H, fig 4 & 5) on the other end of the table support arm
(E, fig 4 & 5).
11.Tighten the table lock (G, fig 4 & 5).
12.Orient the table support arm in the same direction as the base, and
tighten the table support lock (K, fig 4 & 5).
head assembly
Caution: The head assembly is heavy and you will require
assistance from a second person.
1.Lift the drill press head assembly (f, fig 2) carefully and slide the
mounting hole of the drill press head over the top of the column. Be sure
the head is seated properly on the column.
Warning! Be sure the base is securely fastened to the floor.
2.Align the direction of the drill press head so that it matches the direction
of the base and the table.
3.Using a 5 mm hex (Allen) key, fasten the head assembly in place by
tightening the two head lock set screws (R, fig 4) in the right side of the
head casting.
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4.Screw the three feed handles (Z, fig 4 & 5) into the the threaded holes in
the hub. Instead of using the knobs for leverage and possibly stripping
them, use a wrench on the flats at the threaded ends of the handles to
tighten, but take care to fasten them only hand tight.
5.Install an M5 x 12 pan head screw from the inside of the pulley cover
through the hole and attach the knob (p, fig 3) to the outside.
Note: One or two of the feed handles may have to be temporarily
removed in future if a job involves an unusually-shaped workpiece that
interferes with handle rotation.
Idler pulley and drive belts
1.Open the pulley cover.
Warning! Be sure the drill press is turned off and unplugged at any
time the belt & pulley cover is open and you have your hands in that
area.
2.Loosen the left and right side belt tension lock knobs (U, fig 4 & 5).
3.Turn the belt tensioning handle (Y, fig 5) clockwise. This will bring the
motor pulley closer to the spindle pulley, allowing the drive belts to be
slipped on.
4.The idler pulley (s, fig 3) will likely be supplied uninstalled. Lubricate the
idler pivot shaft and idler pulley with light grease.
5.Install it in its mounting between the motor and spindle pulleys.
6.Check the chart inside the pulley cover (or the drill speed chart
in the Adjustments section), and fit the belts (l, fig 3) in positions
corresponding to spindle/drill speed required.
7.Turn the belt tensioning handle counter-clockwise so that tension is
applied to the belts. Tension is correct when the belts deflect by about
1/2” (13 mm) at their centers of run when using reasonable thumb
pressure.
Caution: Take care not to place too much tension on the belts. This
could damage the motor and bearings.
8.Lock the motor position in when the tension is correct with the belt
tension lock knobs on both sides.
Note: The idler pulley ‘floats' so that tension is applied equally to both
belts.
9.Close the belt / pulley cover.
10.If belts slip while drilling, they require an adjustment to the belt tension.
Chuck
1.Clean out the tapered hole in the chuck (r, fig 3), removing any grease,
anti-rust coating or dirt you find.
2.Clean grease, coating and dirt from the MT2 tapered spindle tip with a
clean cloth.
3.Open the chuck's jaws as far as they will go so they are fully retracted
into the chuck.
4.Push the chuck up on the spindle as far as possible. Lightly tap the
lower end of the chuck with a piece of wood to ensure the chuck fits
tightly on the spindle. It is fine to use a hammer, but do not use a metal
hammer directly on the chuck. Place a piece of wood between the
hammer face and the chuck.
5.To remove the chuck, see Maintenance.
6.Clamp the chuck safety guard (O, fig 4 & 5) around the lower exposed
part of the quill tube. Do not over-tighten.
Laser batteries
W
1.Locate the laser switch (W, fig 5) on the right side of the head assembly.
2.Press the tab located below the laser switch (fig 7) and raise the cover.
3.Insert 2 "AA" batteries, oriented in the directions indicated.
fig 7
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4.Close the switch cover.
CAUTION: Remove these batteries from the compartment when the
tool is to be stored without use for more than a few days. If left in, the
batteries may leak and damage the laser device. Damage from leaking
batteries is not covered under the warranty.
Adjustments
Warning! To reduce the risk of injury, keep pulley cover in place and
in proper working order when operating.
speed and belt tension
adjustment
Select the speed
1.The material you are drilling into and the size of hole you are planning to
make should determine the speed at which you set the drill press. As a
rule of thumb, small drill bits require more speed than large drill bits and
soft materials require more speed than hard ones.
APPROXIMATE RECOMMENDED DRILLING SPEEDS*
Non-ferrous metals
Aluminum / Zinc / Brass
Wood
Speed range
2000 to 3100 rpm
Iron & Steel
Drill bit diameter
3/8”
9.5 mm
7/32”
5.6 mm
3/32”
2.4 mm
1400 to 2000 rpm
5/8”
16 mm
11/32”
8.75 mm
5/32”
4 mm
1000 to 1400 rpm
7/8”
22 mm
15/32”
12 mm
1/4”
6.4 mm
800 to 1000 rpm
1-1/4”
31.75 mm
11/16”
17.5 mm
3/8”
9.5 mm
530 to 800 rpm
1-5/8”
41.4 mm
3/4”
19 mm
5/8”
16 mm
* These speeds are only general guides and vary further according to the
particular material you are working with (the kind of wood, for instance),
the type of drill bit or cutter you are using, any lubricants you may use and
the quality of the cut desired.
1.Select the speed by moving the belt to the appropriate pulleys. Open the
DP2003 belt & pulley label
belt / pulley cover (V, fig 4 & 5)
145 x 58 mm R=2.5
2.Consult the belt position / speed diagram.
rpm: 260 tr/min rpm: 340 tr/min rpm: 470 tr/min rpm: 580 tr/min
rpm: 630 tr/min rpm: 640 tr/min rpm: 750 tr/min rpm: 790 tr/min
rpm: 1040 tr/min rpm: 1060 tr/min rpm: 1740 tr/min rpm: 1870 tr/min
rpm: 2320 tr/min rpm: 2530 tr/min rpm: 2910 tr/min rpm: 4220 tr/min
3.Loosen the belt tension lock knobs; one on each side of the drill press
head.
4.Turn the belt tensioning handle (Y, fig 5) clockwise. This will pull the
motor forward, closer to the drill press head; bringing the motor pulley
closer to the spindle pulley, allowing the drive belts to be slipped on.
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5.Choose the best speed for the drilling operation planned and install the
belts in the correct position on the pulleys to produce that speed.
Warning! Be sure the drill press is turned off and unplugged at any
time the belt & pulley cover is open and you have your hands in that
area.
6.Place the belts on the three pulleys according to the needed spindle
speed.
7.Re-tension the belts when they are set in position by pushing the
motor away from the spindle (front) end of the drill press head and
re-tightening the belt tension lock knobs. Turn the belt tension lever
counter-clockwise.
8.The belt should be tight enough to prevent slippage. Belt tension is set
correctly if a belt deflects about 1/2" (13 mm) when thumb pressure is
applied to it halfway between each set of pulleys.
9.Close the belt / pulley cover.
Table adjustments
Table height
1.Raise or lower the table by loosening the table support lock handle (K,
fig 4) and turning the crank handle (I, fig 5) until the table is at the height
desired.
2.Be sure to re-tighten the table support lock handle before drilling.
Table rotation
Rotate the table around the column:
1.By loosening the table support lock handle and moving the table around
the column to the placement desired.
2.The table height adjustment rack should also slide around the column
as you do this.
3.Line up the drill bit with the table center hole when through-boring to
preclude damage to the table.
4.Be sure to re-tighten the table support lock handle before drilling.
The table can also spin on its own axis
1.Loosen the table lock handle (G, fig 4 & 5).
2.Turn the table to the desired position.
3.Re-tighten the table lock handle.
Table tilt
The table has a range of tilt available from 0 to 45° to the left and right.
1.Locate the table bevel lock bolt underneath the table.
2.To tilt the table, loosen the M16 x 35 mm table bevel lock screw (F, fig 4
& 5) under the table with a wrench.
3.Tilt the table to the desired angle (you can use the bevel scale on the
support as a rough gauge).
4.Re-tighten the table bevel lock bolt.
Note: It is a good idea to always check that the angle is correct with a
protactor or a combination square.
The table should be squared to the head for normal drilling operations.
1.Use the bevel scale on the support as a rough gauge and set the table
at 0°.
2.Insert a 3" (7.6 cm) long drill bit into the chuck and tighten. Make sure it
is caught straight in the jaws.
3.Raise and lock the table at about 1" (2.5 cm) below the tip of the drill bit.
4.Use a combination square placed on the table to check. The drill bit
should be parallel to the straight edge of the square.
5.Make any adjustment needed by loosening the table bevel lock bolt with
a wrench and tilting the table
6.Tighten the bevel lock bolt.
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Depth gauge and Stop
●● The depth gauge allows the operator to see depth of the travel of the
quill, spindle and drill bit while operating the tool.
●● To stop the drill's downward travel at a consistent specific depth,
particularly for repeat drilling, set up the depth stop.
With the drill press turned off:
1.Set the bottom edge of the lower nut (#1) even with the desired depth
setting marked on the scale.
2.Check the depth. Lower the drill using the feed handles alongside the
workpiece until it hits the stop. Compare it to the desired hole depth.
3.If OK, tighten nut #2 against nut #1 to lock the position.
4.The depth stop is now set and will provide repetitive holes of equal
depth.
5.Nut #3 can also be brought into play to limit the upward retraction of the
bit.
6.After using the drill press at the set depth provided by the depth stop,
remember to return the stop to the top of its range.
Operating Instructions
Warning! Before using this machine, the operator should carefully
read over this operation manual and acquaint himself with the
construction, controls and drive system of the drill press.
Select the speed
1.The material you are drilling into and the size of hole you are planning to
make should determine the speed at which you set the drill press. As a
rule of thumb, small drill bits require more speed than large drill bits and
soft materials require more speed than hard ones.
2.Select the speed by moving the belt to the appropriate pulleys.
Drill bit
1.Insert the drill bit into the chuck (N, fig 4 & 5) far enough to obtain
maximum grip from the chuck jaws. Make sure the drill bit is centered in
the chuck.
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2.Insert the chuck key (q, fig 3) and turn it clockwise to tighten (and
counter-clockwise to loosen) the drill bit. It is good practice to turn the
chuck key in each of the three holes of the chuck when tightening it.
3.Before the final tightening with the chuck key, be sure the drill bit is
centered in the chuck jaws.
4.Tighten the chuck sufficiently to prevent the bit slipping in the jaws
during drilling. As a test, turn the drill press on and immediately off to
check if the drill bit wobbles.
Laser
1.Place a work piece on the table.
2.Turn the laser switch on (press I).
Danger! Do not stare directly at the laser beam. Eye damage may
occur if you deliberately stare into the beam.
3.Lower the drill bit (not turning) to touch the work piece. The two laser
lines should cross where the drill meets the work piece.
4.If the laser needs to be adjusted:
●● Using a hex wrench, turn the laser adjustment hex screws counterclockwise.
●● Move the laser light housing until the two lines intersect where the drill
meets the work piece. DO NOT stare directly at the laser lines.
●● Re-tighten the adjustment hex screws .
Work Light
You may want to light up the work table and eliminate shadows on the
work piece.
To turn on the work light, move the work light switch located below the drill
press' main switch (fig 9) to ON (I).
DriLling
1.For safety, the switch cannot be turned ON without the key.
2.To turn the drill press ON, with the safety key inserted into the switch
housing, lift the switch upward to the ON (I) position (fig 10).
I
fig 10
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3.To turn the drill press off, press the switch back to the down
position (O, fig 10).
4.To lock the switch in the OFF (O) position, pull the yellow safety key
(X, fig 11) out of the switch. Store the key in a safe place.
O
5.Use the feed handles to push the drill bit slowly into the material.
Particularly in wood drilling, ease up on the pressure when nearing
the point where the drill bit is about to emerge on the other side of the
workpiece.
6.After drilling a hole, do not release the feed handle but restrain it lightly,
allowing the spring to raise spindle sleeve gently to its original position.
7.Turn off the drill press.
8.Switch off the laser.
9.Switch off the work light.
X
fig 11
Warning! After switching off, never leave the machine unattended
until it has come to a complete stop.
Warning! In case of any trouble or abnormal noise arising during this
operation, stop the motor at once, unplug the machine from the power
source and find out the cause. Do not resume until the problem has been
solved.
Maintenance
Warning! For your own safety, turn the switch off and remove the
plug from the power source outlet before adjusting, maintaining or
lubricating your drill press.
Warning! To avoid electrocution or fire, any repairs to electrical
systems should be done by an authorized repair center.
General
Keep your tool in good condition by adopting a regular maintenance
program.
1.Before use, examine the general condition of your tool.
2.Check for loose screws, misalignment, binding of moving parts,
improper mounting, broken parts, and any other condition that may
affect its’ safe operation.
3.If power cord is worn, cut or damaged in any way, have it replaced
immediately.
4.If abnormal noise or vibration occurs, turn the tool off immediately and
have the problem corrected before further use.
5.Do not use a damaged tool.
6.Never disassemble the tool or try to do any rewiring on the tool’s
electrical system.
7.Keep the tool handles clean, dry and free of oil or grease.
8.Use only mild soap and damp cloth to clean your tool since certain
cleaning agents and solvents are harmful to plastics and other insulated
parts. Some of these harmful solvents include: gasoline, turpentine,
lacquer thinner, paint thinner, chlorinated cleaning solvents, ammonia,
and household detergents containing ammonia.
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9.After use, blow out or vacuum sawdust and metal chips that may have
accumulated in and on the motor, the belt and pulley housing, and the
table.
10.Ball bearings are packed with grease at the factory. They require no
further lubrication. The ball bearings in the spindle and the V-belt pulley
assembly are greased and permanently sealed.
11.Periodically pull down and lubricate the grooves in the spindle and the
teeth of the quill, usually about every three months.
12.Occasionally apply a light coat of paste wax to the column and table to
help keep these surfaces clean and rust-free.
13.Lubricate the table bracket and locking knobs if they become difficult to
use.
14.Cut off the power supply when not in use.
Removing the chuck and arbor
1.Turn “OFF” and disconnect the drill from the power source.
2.Using feed handles, lower the quill assembly to the lowest position.
3.Insert the drift key (o, fig 3) into, and all the way through the quill
assembly.
Note: It may be necessary to rotate the chuck by hand in order to be
able to get the tool all the way through.
4.While holding onto the chuck to prevent damage, either tap on the end
of the drift with a hammer or raise the quill assembly sharply using the
feed handles.
5.The arbor and chuck should fall out.
Note: To avoid possible damage, be ready to catch the chuck
assembly as it falls.
spindle play
1.Move the spindle to the lowest position and hold it in place with one
hand on a feed handle.
2.With your other hand, try to make it revolve around its axis with a side
motion.
3.If you find there is too much play:
• Loosen the lock nut on the lower left side of the drill press head (k,
fig 12) behind the depth gauge.
• Turn the screw (c. fig 12) clockwise to eliminate play, but not so
much as to restrict the upward and downward motion of the spindle.
A little bit of play is normal.
• Tighten the lock nut.
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The quill is equipped with a return spring that pulls the spindle and drill bit
back up to its resting position after release of the feed handles.
It is essentially a spring and a notched housing. The spring has been
properly adjusted at the factory and should not need readjustment unless
absolutely necessary. If required, it can be adjusted as follows:
1.Unplug the drill press.
2.Locate the return spring housing on the left side of the drill press head.
3.Use needle nose pliers or a screwdriver thrust into the loop (s, fig 13) to
hold the spring in place.
4.Loosen the two housing nuts (n. fig 13) approximately 1/4" (6 mm). Do
not remove the nuts from the threaded shaft.
5.While holding tightly to the spring housing (h, fig 13), carefully pull it out
until it clears the raised notch (r, fig 13).
6.Turn it until the next notch in the housing is engaged by the raised
notch.
• To increase the tension, turn it counter-clockwise.
• To decrease the tension, turn it clockwise.
7.Tighten the two housing nuts.
s
fig 13
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Quill return spring
h
n
Caution: Do not overtighten the two nuts. If the nuts are tightened
too much, the movement of the spindle and feed handles will be
restricted.
Warning! Never use flammable or combustible solvents around tools.
Warning! To reduce the risk of injury, electric shock and damage to
the tool, never immerse your tool in liquid or allow liquid to flow inside the
tool.
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Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Operation is noisy under load
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
Improper belt tension
Adjust tension
Dry spindle
Remove and oil spindle / quill assembly
Loose pulley
Check and tighten pulley attachments or
set screws
Replace drill bit
Drill bit is improperly mounted in chuck
Check that chuck holds bit cleanly
Chuck is loose
Clean chuck / spindle joint
Retighten chuck- press down with chuck
against wooden block on table
Motor will not start
Drill bit binds in material
Damaged bearings or spindle
Replace spindle shaft or bearing
Chuck is loose
Replace chuck
Power supply is faulty
Check power cord
Problem with motor connection
Check connections to motor
Faulty switch
Replace
Motor windings burned
Replace motor
Too much feed pressure
Less force on feed handles
Belts are slipping
Check belt tension
Loose drill bit
Tighten chuck correctly
Drilling speed is wrong
Refer to speed table
Drill angle or bit type is wrong for material Check material information and handling
instruction
Drill bit burns or smokes in material
Quill returns too slowly or with too much
force
Table raises with difficulty
Excessive tearout on underside
Drill bit veers off hole
Workpiece moves during drilling
Properly support or clamp workpiece
Wrong speed for material and hole size
Refer to speed table
Chips are not being evacuated from hole
Clean the drill bit
Dull bit or incorrect clearance
Replace or sharpen bit
Needs coolant
Use coolant
Feed is too slow
Increase speed at feed handles
Quill return spring is improperly adjusted
Adjust tension
Dust on or in quill assembly
Clean and lubricate
Lack of lubrication
Apply a light oil
Table lock is tightened
Loosen table lock handle
Too much feed pressure
Less force on feed handles
No backing material
Use another piece of scrap material as
backing
Hard grain in wood
Lubricate drill bit
Bent drill bit
Replace
Too much force
Use a lower feed speed
Note: SERVICE AND REPAIRS should be made by qualified repair
technicians at an authorized repair center. Improperly repaired tools could
cause serious shock or injury.
Note: REPLACEMENT PARTS. When servicing, use only the
manufacturer’s recommended replacement dentical replacement parts
and accessories.
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Parts List
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
55
56
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PART NO.
13301001A
16101002
GB5781-86
GB80-85
16101010
16101003
16101011J
GB80-85
16101012A
13201009E
16101004
16101007A
16101008
16101006
GB5781-86
13301005
16101013A
13301014G
DT/SA019
13304005A
13304001
13304002
13304003E
16104010
GB879-86
16102004
GB894.1-86
16102005E
13302001Y
GB5781-86
16102006
16102002
16102003
GB5781-86
16102007E
GB170-86
GB170-86
YLL7124F-T
16105005D
GB80-85
16105010
GB276-89
13305006
16205007
13305000D
13205010
GB818-85
GB818-85
16102014A
GB818-85
13105009
LYPCB01
DESCRIPTION
Base
Support column
Screw hex hd. M10 x 40
Hex socket set screw M10 x 12
Rack
Tube, column
Collar, rack
Hex socket set screw M8 x 10
Clamp, table revolution
Table support
Crank
Gear pin
Worm
Gear, helical
Screw hex hd. M16 x 35
Arm, table
Clamp, table rotation
Table
Knob
Feed handle rod
Seat, handle
Shaft pinion
Spacer bush
Pin, stop
Roll pin φ6 x 25
Belt tension handle
Retaining ring 15
Motor adjust knob
Head
Screw hex hd. M8 x 16
Lever, adjusting
Motor support bracket, left
Motor support bracket, right
Screw hex hd. M8 x 25
Washer 8
Motor mount
Lock washer 12
Nut, hex M12
Nut, hex M8
Motor
Pulley, motor
Hex socket set screw M8 x 12
V-belt
Bearing, ball 6202
Middle pulley
Middle axle
Guard
Knob
Screw, pan head M5 x 12
Screw, pan head M5 x 10
Clamp cord
Screw, pan head M6 x 8
Washer 6
Bushing, rubber
Bulb
QTY.
1
1
4
3
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
8
1
2
2
4
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
6
4
4
1
POS.
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
PART NO.
16102013-2A
16102013-1B
13302025
13305009L
13302022
GB276-89
13302023A
GB894.1-86
GB170-86
16104008
16104009
16104007A
GB80-85
13302021
GB6170-86
DESCRIPTION
Bracket, bulb socket
Socket, bulb
Left-hand threaded nut
Pulley, spindle
Pulley insert
Bearing, ball 6204
Spacer
Retaining ring 17
Nut, hex M12
Cap, spring
Spring, tension
Retainer, spring
Hex socket set screw M8 x 8
Socket set screw
Nut, hex M8
Spring washer 5
Star washer 5
GB818-85
Screw, pan M5 x 6
13302008C Switch box
GB818-85
Screw, pan M5 x 16
13302009C Switch plate
GB845-85
Screw, pan head ST4.2 x 9.5
HY18-2P
Switch
13303006
Gasket, quill
GB276-89
Bearing, ball 6201
13303002
Tube, quill
GB276-89
Bearing, ball 6204
GB894.1-86 Retaining ring 11
13303001
Shaft, spindle
16103008
Key, drift
16103007
Arbor
16103009G Chuck
16103009G-1 Key, chuck
13308002
Eye-shield
GB5356-85 Wrench hex "L" S3
92
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94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
GB5356-85
DLCKEE2S15
13208001
GB818-85
131A05004
13208001-1A
KCD7
GB80-85
13302026
16102012C
16108005-6
16108005-4
16108005-5
16108005-2
16108005-1
GB6170-86
GB170-86
GB70-85
GB6170-86
16104006A
Wrench hex "L" S4
Cord & plug
Battery compartment
Screw, pan m4 x 10
Battery
Lid, battery compartment
Switch, laser
Hex. soc. screw M6 x 8
Laser
Lamp switch
Adjusting nut
Lock washer
Screw
Lock nut
Collar, stop
Nut, hex M10
Nut, hex M8
Screw, pan M8 x 30
Nut, hex M5
Support sleeve
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Schematic Drawing
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MANUEL D’INSTRUCTIONS ET D’ASSEMBLAGE
General International Power Products, LLC
6243 Industrial Parkway
Whitehouse, OH 43571 USA
General International Power Products Ltd.
117-6741 Cariboo Road
Burnaby, BC V3N 4A3 Canada
site Web : www.gipowerproducts.com
DP2003 man v.150326
NOUS VOUS REMERCIONS
GARANTIE DE
GENERAL® INTERNATIONAL
CONDITIONS ET EXCEPTIONS
LISEZ TOUTES LES INSTRUCTIONS
AVANT L’UTILISATION
CONSERVEZ CES INSTRUCTIONS
RegLES DE SÉCURITÉ ET
DIRECTIVES
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AVERTISSEMENTS ET
PRÉCAUTIONS
ZONE DE TRAVAIL
SÉCURITÉ PERSONNELLE
30
PORTEZ VOS
PRÉVOYANCE EST
MIEUX QUE DE
NE PAS VOIR
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Service
INSTRUCTIONS DE
SÉCURITÉ SPÉCIFIQUES À
CETTE OUTIL
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INSTRUCTIONS DE MISE À LA TERRE
Pieds
Pieds
Pieds
Pieds
25
8
50
15
100
30
125
40
3 à 10 A
cal 18
cal 16
cal 14
cal 14
10,1 à 12 A
cal 16
cal 16
cal 14
cal 14
12,1 à 16 A
cal 14
cal 12
SÉCURITÉ LASER
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CONTENU
j
k
l
m
Manivelle
n
a
Ens. de table
b
c
Manuel
d
o
Clavette chasse cône
e
Base
p
f
q
g
r
Mandrin
h
Batteries AA (2)
s
i
4 x boulons hex.
t
38
Base
B
C
D
E
Bras de support de la
table
F
G
Barrure de la table
H
Table
I
J
Support de la table
K
L
M
N
Mandrin
O
P
Q
Interrupteur de la lampe
R
S
Interrupteur
T
U
V
W
X
Y
Z
AA
BB
CC
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OUTILS REQUIS
●●
●●
●●
●●
BASE ET LA COLONNE
table
u
u
J
fig 6
POULIE ET COURROIE
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MANDRIN
BATTERIES POUR LE LASER
W
42
VITESSES DE PERÇAGE RECOMMANDÉES APPROXIMATIVES*
Bois
3/8 po
9,5 mm
7/32 po
5,6 mm
3/32 po
2,4 mm
1400 à 2000 tr/min
5/8 po
16 mm
11/32 po
8,75 mm
5/32 po
4 mm
7/8 po
22 mm
15/32 po
12 mm
1/4 po
6,4 mm
1-1/4 po
31,75 mm
11/16 po
17,5 mm
3/8 po
9,5 mm
530 à 800 tr/min
1-5/8 po
41,4 mm
3/4 po
19 mm
5/8 po
16 mm
rpm: 260 tr/min rpm: 340 tr/min rpm: 470 tr/min rpm: 580 tr/min
43
AJUSTEMENTS DE LA TABLE
HAUTEUR DE LA TABLE
ROTATION DE LA TABLE
INCLINAISON DE LA TABLE
44
LA JAUGE DE PROFONDEUR ET
ARRET
SELECTIONNEZ LA VITESSE
45
MÈCHE ET FORET
Laser
LAMPE DE TRAVAIL
46
PERÇAGE
I
O
X
fig 11
INFORMATION GÉNÉRAL
47
ENLEVER LE MANDRIN
48
s
r
RESSORD DE RETOUR DE LA BOBINE
h
n
fig 13
CAUSE POSSIBLE
SOLUTIONS
Ajustez la tension
Lubrifiez
Remplacez la mèche
Damaged bearings or spindle
Chuck is loose
Remplacez le mandrin
Remplacez l’interrupteur
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PROBLÈME
CAUSE POSSIBLE
SOLUTIONS
Nettoyez la mèche
Alimentation trop lente
Augmentez la vitesse d'alimentation
Ajustez la tension
Lubrifiez
Lubrifiez la mèche
Remplacez
Trop de force
no de PIÈCE
DESCRIPTION
QTÉ.
POS.
no de PIÈCE
DESCRIPTION
QTÉ.
1
13301001A
Base
1
12
16101007A
1
2
16101002
1
13
16101008
1
3
GB5781-86
Vis hex. M10 x 40
4
14
16101006
1
4
GB80-85
3
15
GB5781-86
Vis hex. M16 x 35
1
5
16101010
1
16
13301005
Bras de la table
1
6
16101003
1
17
16101013A
Levier de blocage de la table
1
7
16101011J
1
18
13301014G
Table
1
8
GB80-85
2
19
DT/SA019
3
20
13304005A
Levier d'alimentation
3
21
13304001
Moyeu
1
22
13304002
1
23
13304003E
1
9
16101012A
Levier de blocage de la table
1
10
13201009E
1
11
16101004
1
50
POS.
no de PIÈCE
DESCRIPTION
QTÉ.
24
16104010
1
25
GB879-86
2
26
16102004
1
27
GB894.1-86
1
28
16102005E
2
29
13302001Y
Tête
1
30
GB5781-86
Vis hex. M8 x 16
1
31
16102006
1
32
16102002
1
33
16102003
1
34
GB5781-86
Vis hex. M8 x 25
4
Rondelle 8
8
35
36
16102007E
37
POS.
no de PIÈCE
DESCRIPTION
70
13302021
1
71
GB6170-86
1
72
2
73
2
QTÉ.
74
GB818-85
2
75
13302008C
Boîtier d'interrupteur
1
76
GB818-85
2
77
13302009C
1
78
GB845-85
2
1
79
HY18-2P
Interrupteur
1
2
80
13303006
1
GB276-89
1
38
GB170-86
2
81
39
GB170-86
4
82
13303002
1
40
YLL7124F-T
1
83
GB276-89
1
41
16105005D
1
84
GB894.1-86
1
42
GB80-85
1
85
13303001
Pivot
1
43
16105010
2
86
16103008
Broche d'assemblage
1
44
GB276-89
2
87
16103007
Arbre
1
45
13305006
1
88
16103009G
Mandrin
1
46
16205007
1
89
16103009G-1
1
47
13305000D
1
90
13308002
1
48
13205010
1
91
GB5356-85
1
49
GB818-85
1
92
GB5356-85
1
93
DLCKEE2S15
1
50
GB818-85
1
Cordon d'alimentation avec
fiche
94
13208001
Boîtier de batterie
1
51
16102014A
Serre-câble
1
95
GB818-85
2
52
GB818-85
6
96
131A05004
Pile
2
Rondelle 6
4
97
13208001-1A
1
98
KCD7
1
99
GB80-85
2
53
55
13105009
4
56
LYPCB01
Lampe
1
57
16102013-2A
1
58
16102013-1B
1
100
13302026
Laser
2
59
13302025
1
101
16102012C
1
102
16108005-6
2
103
16108005-4
Rondelle de blocage
1
104
16108005-5
Vis
1
105
16108005-2
1
106
16108005-1
1
107
GB6170-86
1
108
GB170-86
1
109
GB70-85
1
110
GB6170-86
1
111
16104006A
1
60
13305009L
1
61
13302022
1
62
GB276-89
2
63
13302023A
1
64
GB894.1-86
1
65
GB170-86
2
66
16104008
1
67
16104009
1
68
16104007A
1
69
GB80-85
1
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Schéma
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