} Mill/Drill With Stand | Modern Machine Shop

Mill/Drill With Stand


Facebook Share Icon LinkedIn Share Icon Twitter Share Icon Share by EMail icon Print Icon

Grizzly’s model G0705 mill/drill features a 2-hp, 110/220-V, single-phase motor. According to the company, an easy-leveling cabinet stand with hinged door and storage area is included. The machine’s R-8 spindle features 12 speeds ranging from 140 to 2,436 rpm. A forward/reverse spindle switch and easy-to-use depth stop mechanism are also included. The machine features 4 1116" of spindle travel, 15 12" of swing and a maximum of 17 516" spindle-to-table distance.


  • Choose The Best Drill Point Geometry

    The more common twist drill point geometries often are not the best for the job at hand. By choosing the best point for the material being drilled, it is possible to achieve better tool life, hole geometry, precision, and productivity.

  • Rigid Tapping--Sometimes You Need A Little Float

    One of the most common methods of tapping in use today on CNC machines is 'rigid tapping' or 'synchronous feed tapping.' A rigid tapping cycle synchronizes the machine spindle rotation and feed to match a specific thread pitch. Since the feed into the hole is synchronized, in theory a solid holder without any tension-compression can be used.

  • Non-Traditional Methods For Making Small Holes

    Consider these alternatives when conventional drilling can't do the job.