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I settled on this for use as a drill stand with my Dremel after reading the reviews of both the Dremel and Milescraft stands on US Amazon. Comes in 3 pieces- if you can't work out the assembly, you should not be using sharp tools. Very solid, can be used without fixing to bench so long as the 3 rubber feet are not fitted. Careful adjustment of the 2 brass screws eliminates any play and small holes can be drilled precisely. Dremel mounts firmly in a substantial cast metal bracket. Cons? The finish, particularly of the table, is crude and the components arrive just loose in the box with no packing, although mine had suffered no damage. Using the depth stop will push the drill to one side slightly at the end of the travel. Note that the tool holder cannot be swiveled, the whole assembly has to be removed from the pillar and remounted at 90 degrees (not a problem if, like me, you only want a drill stand).
The pillar moves side to side even after tightening the bolt that secures it to the base (has only two point contact), the drill attachment/drill swivels side to side and the bolt that secures the sliding dept attachment interferes with the handle. I tried to drill aluminium with a 2.5mm drill bit, the drill just slid across the aluminium because there was so much flex in the head.
There must not be a cheaper ( Low cost ) one of these drill stands ( Micro Drill ) either here on Amazon or any other on-line seller. It is mostly METAL and not like cheap and nasty plastic types. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Also was delivered QUICKLY.
I bought this for drilling PCBs. The reviews for this looked better than for the Dremel equivalent and its cheaper. I've found it to be perfectly adequate for what I want. Its easy to put together. I followed the advice in another review and put some tape around the height guide to eliminate the slack and it is quite accurate enough for my purposes. I use HSS bits rather than carbide as they are much cheaper and less likely to snap. They last long enough for the small number of boards that I make.
I bought the item, as an open box. I had to sand off some of the rough edged on the metal to get it to work smoothly otherwise the mechanism would jammed. Probably the reason why someone returned it, not a big deal for me. The tool came with 2 of the same collar instead of having the 2 different size. I contacted the customer support and they sent me a sets of collar right away.
Extremely low quality. Returned immediately on purchase.
- Plastic threads everywhere that strip on first use for tightening motion - Worst press action I've ever felt. Seriously, if you tighten the nuts (that come super loose causing the mechanism to wobble), it then requires lots of force to move past the friction of the plastic and tolerances, feeling like you're grinding the plastic every drill you do. - Extremely cheap feeling, plastic on critical places, thin light metal - Poor tolerances on plastic threads, parts, everything - Doesn't come with any base plate mounting options - Cord holder barely stays in the tube
It hardly fits in the box it came from, it's just all the pieces thrown in with no sectioning. Do not waste your time. I find it hard to believe anybody can get use out of this, especially the stuff they show on the pictures.
After assembling the whole unit I went to mount my (real, not knock off) Dremel rotary tool and found the collars (2 in box) did not fit onto my tool. They were both about 1mm too small. I looked through my vast stock of nuts and bolts, but couldn't find anything to fit that wasn't in the way of using the tool. I have returned it and bought the real Dremel press although it is smaller.
With a little hobby level tinkering, managed to get almost all the play out of the movements, a little plastic friendly lube goes a long way to making it smooth and silent. Fits the two Dremels I have, One a "Dremel 200" the other a "Worksmith" I 3D printed some centering spacers, which eliminate all lateral movement, the "Dremel" did not need one fit was good. Excellent product for the money and home hobby uses. If you are looking for a precision jewelry drill press perfect out of the box, then expect to pay $200-$2000 plus delivery, not $50ish with free one day delivery.
I am quite happy with this item, But would like to draw your attention to a few areas. The depth gauge's screw can get in the way of the lever arm, and since it is one of the plastic bits over tightening it's screw Is not a good Idea , I simply removed it. and the mount for the dremel initially has some play in it, to fix that Tighten the screws on the top and bottom of the Red plate to hold the Central shaft stationary. Tighten the nut on the reverse of the Mount then loosen the screws again. and If the Arm falls off because there isn't enough of the metal rod exposed for it to grip to , Remove the red Metal plate , Push on the Tension coil spool to force more of the rod out and adjust until the lever arm fits tightly.
But other then these Minor fixes ... I am quite happy with the performance of this item.