Proxxon 28606 MICROMOT Drill Stand MB 140/ S

August 3, 2013 - Comment

28606 Features: -Drill stand.-Holder may also be screwed down.-Vacuum base model stays securely in place on smooth surfaces.-Suction cup allows rapid attachment to any smooth non porous surface.-Ball joint may be swiveled in all directions.-UHV securely holds all rotary tools with 0.75″ collar. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 9.25″ H x 3.35″ W x 13.78″ D. Product Features

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28606 Features: -Drill stand.-Holder may also be screwed down.-Vacuum base model stays securely in place on smooth surfaces.-Suction cup allows rapid attachment to any smooth non porous surface.-Ball joint may be swiveled in all directions.-UHV securely holds all rotary tools with 0.75″ collar. Dimensions: -Dimensions: 9.25″ H x 3.35″ W x 13.78″ D.

Product Features

  • 4-3/4 inch by 8-11/16 inch table is milled and fitted with a fence and scale
  • Solid column is chrome plated and the headstock is of die cast aluminum for precision and corrosion resistant use
  • Chromed feed lever operates via drive disc and ball bearing system offering very sensitive feed set-up

Comments

Photog says:

Disappointing – well maybe NOT!! When I unpacked this drill stand I was initially impressed..solid, sturdy and all metal. Then I came to use it and wow!!! What a total disappointment!!!!The head sticks and jams when being lowered, not at all the smooth motion required for ‘precision’ drilling and to make matters worse it kicks off by 1-2mm to the right as it passes the midway down point.Using it to drill carbon fibre sheet and up to 3mm aluminium and had to give up as way to unreliable and not worth the…

John B. Egert says:

Rock On Proxxon Those of us who have become increasingly peevish about the continuing slide in quality of Dremel tools, and have resisted blowing big bucks for dental quality RAM’s, etc., should defect immediately to Proxxon. Comparing this stand to Dremel’s is as a tool to a toy. The previous reviewer’s reference to the collar clamp handle (visible to the left side in the pic) is correct– a goofy piece of engineering, but only a minor annoyance. I’ve become immediately attached to the whole Micromot 12…

David Mendoza "book doctor" says:

Good product but… Like the ease of setup and use of this drill stand. Several problems stand out. The vertical pole came loose after several uses, had to re-tighten the nut. Secondly, there is too much play such that accurate drilling is not possible. I could not figure out a way to get rid of the play or looseness of the stand when it holds the rotary instrument in place. The drill bit end moves at least 1-2 mm, which is quite a bit when working in small scale. That said I’m satisfied with my purchase. Also…

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