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== Specifications ==
 
== Specifications ==
Cutting width: 12"<br>
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Motor: 120V 2.4A<br>
Material thickness: 6"<br>
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Speeds: 760, 1150, 1630, 2180, 3070 RPM<br>
Depth of cut: 3/32"<br>
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Motor: 120v, 15a<br>
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== Equipment Settings ==
 
== Equipment Settings ==
Do not take deeper cuts than the machine is capable of. When in doubt, take a greater number of lighter cuts.<br>
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Make sure to set the spindle speed to something appropriate for the size of drill bit and material you are drilling. For example, if you're using a 4" hole saw, don't use 3000 RPM. (Don't use a 4" hole saw on this drill press. It is not powerful enough. Use the Craftex in the garagae.) Ensure the belt is tensioned properly to prevent slippage.
Remember to turn on the central-vac while using this machine. It makes a LOT of mess if you don't.
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== Known Issues ==
== Known Problems ==
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The drive belt is severely frayed and needs immediate replacement before heavy use. If you -really- need to use this drill press, make sure the belt cover is closed. Please consider using a different drill press.
Blades leave minor raised portions on the wood, due to damage/notches in the blade. Slightly offsetting the blades may solve this problem.
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== Future Ideas ==
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Offset blades slightly to eliminate defects. If this does not solve the issue, flipping the blades to their second cutting edge or replacement may be necessary.
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General

  • Owner/Loaner: ENTS
  • Make/Model: CanWood CWD 11-150
  • Usability: Works
  • Contact: Raphael B.
  • Where: Basement
  • Certification Needed: No
  • Hackable: No
  • Estimated Value: $50

Instructions

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Specifications

Motor: 120V 2.4A
Speeds: 760, 1150, 1630, 2180, 3070 RPM

Equipment Settings

Make sure to set the spindle speed to something appropriate for the size of drill bit and material you are drilling. For example, if you're using a 4" hole saw, don't use 3000 RPM. (Don't use a 4" hole saw on this drill press. It is not powerful enough. Use the Craftex in the garagae.) Ensure the belt is tensioned properly to prevent slippage.

Known Issues

The drive belt is severely frayed and needs immediate replacement before heavy use. If you -really- need to use this drill press, make sure the belt cover is closed. Please consider using a different drill press.

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