Rotary Tool Workstation

$99.95 USD
Item# 72601
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Product Features

  • Workstation can be used with most hand-held rotary tools
  • Versatile design for multiple functions + tidy storage of accessories
  • Adjustable height and depth stops for drill press use
  • Adjustable angle for use as a polisher
  • Hanger to keep rotary tool secure while using a flex-shaft extension
  • Compact shipping package - some assembly required

Product Description

Make Your Rotary Tool Even More Versatile
With this workstation, you can go from drilling precise holes to polishing, to using a flex-shaft attachment for detailed engraving with ease. You'll love the convenience of this all-in-one unit that even includes handy on-board accessory storage. The sturdy base can be bench-mounted if desired and marked with raised measurements to help you position your project. The telescoping stand can be adjusted from 16" to 29" high, allowing you to securely hang the rotary tool for use with a flex-shaft. The rotary tool holder height can be adjusted to allow use of the drill press with materials up to 6", and can be used with most hand-held rotary tools. A depth stop for the drill press allows you to set a maximum depth to ensure bits don't over-penetrate the project. Easily adjust the angle to drill holes from 0° to 90°, marked clearly in 15° increments.
Package includes one workstation, rotary tool and accessories not included. Some assembly required.

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Pros : Using this mostly as the drill press very well...Everything is adjustable.
Cons : non so far
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