Tool Test: Ryobi DrillPress Has Features Beyond the Bells and Whistles

By Robert W. Lang
Page: 30

From the November 2006 issue #158
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At first glance, the new “Digital Drill Press” from Ryobi seems like a run-of-the-mill machine tricked out with a laser alignment system and a digital readout. Under the top cover, however, is a great way to change speeds. I’ve always hated looking at the chart and fooling around with the pulleys to change drilling speeds. And if I don’t guess right the first time, I have to go through it all again.

From the November 2006 issue #158
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