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* Please read the drill press safety tips in the [[Drill Press Clamp Safety|Rapidly-Rotating Scythe FAQ]].
 
* Please read the drill press safety tips in the [[Drill Press Clamp Safety|Rapidly-Rotating Scythe FAQ]].
  
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== Training Points (draft content to support Ted's shop training initiative) ==
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== Training ==
  
* '''Novice''' (Group or Individual trainingl)
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* '''Novice''' (group or individual trainingl)
 
** Wood shop tour
 
** Wood shop tour
 
** Safety glasses, dangling hair, hoodie strings, etc.
 
** Safety glasses, dangling hair, hoodie strings, etc.
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** Cleanup with shop vac or brush
 
** Cleanup with shop vac or brush
  
* '''User'''
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* '''User''' (small group or individual training)
 
** Review all points above
 
** Review all points above
 
** Adjusting the table height
 
** Adjusting the table height
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** Consumables costs
 
** Consumables costs
  
* '''Expert'''
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* '''Expert''' (individual hands-on training)
 
** Review all points above
 
** Review all points above
 
** Using brushes or sanders in the chuck
 
** Using brushes or sanders in the chuck

Revision as of 04:53, 10 November 2012



Rockwell Drill Press

It is used for drilling holes in a variety of materials (metal, wood, etc.).

Basic Info

  • Ownership: TBD
  • Location: In the metal shop
  • What it looks like:

Rockwell drill press photo

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Rockwell 15-069 (1/2 HP motor)
  • Part Number: 1721149

Documentation

Rules

  • Please wear safety glasses!

Instructions

  • Drill press accessories are kept on the plastic shelves on the other side of the bench grinders.

Other References

TBD

Maintenance

TBD

Things that Need to be Done

Move to Wood Shop

FAQs

TBD

Training

  • Novice (group or individual trainingl)
    • Wood shop tour
    • Safety glasses, dangling hair, hoodie strings, etc.
    • Power switch location/operation
    • Workpiece materials compatible with this machine
    • Clamping the workpiece safely
    • How hard to push the drill bit into the workpiece
    • Marking an accurate hole location
    • Center punch / center drill to begin holes
    • Selecting drill bits
    • Changing drill bits
    • Cleanup with shop vac or brush
  • User (small group or individual training)
    • Review all points above
    • Adjusting the table height
    • Setting the vertical travel stops
    • Using a drill press vise
    • Dust control system
    • How to tell when a bit needs to be sharpened
    • Changing the drill speed
    • Using Forstner and other large (over 1/2 in) bits
    • Consumables costs
  • Expert (individual hands-on training)
    • Review all points above
    • Using brushes or sanders in the chuck
    • Making fixtures for repeating hole locations
    • Making fixtures for workpiece clamping
  • Trainer
    • Expert level with sufficient experience