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Benchtop Mill/Drill Accommodates Range of Tooling

Grizzly Industrial’s model G0761 mill/drill provides power feed and tapping capabilities and is intended for benchtop use with a footprint measuring 21 5/8" × 17 3/4".

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Grizzly Industrial’s model G0761 mill/drill provides power feed and tapping capabilities and is intended for benchtop use with a footprint measuring 21 5/8" × 17 3/4". The unit offers a swing of 20 1/4" and a maximum spindle-to-table measurement of 18 1/8". The mill/drill is equipped with a 2-hp, 220-V single-phase motor and variable-speed longitudinal power feed. Spindle speeds range from 90 to 1,970 rpm, adjustable with gearbox levers. The R-8 spindle taper promotes accuracy and enables a broad selection of tooling, the company says. The head tilts 45 degrees left and right. Reversible spindle and tapping controls feature auto-reverse depth stop.

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