Mill drills are a lighter alternative to a milling machine.

These combine a belt driven drill press with the dual coordinate abilities of the milling machine's table for flexibility and efficiency. A locking collet prevents the cutting tool from falling away from the spindle when lateral forces are experienced against the bit. Although light in construction, the JMD Milling Drilling Machines possess the advantages of space-saving versatility, affordability and light machining capability.

  • 1/2" Drill chuck, chuck arbor
  • 360° head swivel
  • Adjustable carbide facemill
  • Base taper allows for easier clean up
  • Easy to read external depth gauge
  • Mill Drill Stand, p/n 350045 or 320020 (shown in some images), is optional
  • One-piece cast iron column for added support
  • UL Listed

Stock Number 350017 350125 350132
Base Dimensions (In.) 12-1/2 x 19-3/4 N/A
Column Diameter (In.) 3-5/8 N/A
Drilling Capacity (In.) 1
Max Distance Spindle to Table (In.) 14-1/2
Motor (HP) 1 HP, 115/230V, 1Ph
Number of Spindle Speeds 12
Overall Dimensions (L x W x H) (In.) 38 x 37-1/2 x 42
Prop 65 Cancer and Reproductive Harm
Quill Diameter (In.) 2-7/16
Range of Spindle Speeds (RPM) 110 - 2,580
Spindle Taper (In. x TPI) R-8
Spindle Travel (In.) 3-1/2
Swing (In.) 14-1/2 N/A
T-Slot Centers (In.) 1-13/16
T-Slots Number and Size (In.) 4 and 9/16
Table Longitudinal Travel (In.) 14
Table Size (L x W) (In.) 7-1/2 x 23
Weight (Lbs.) 440
Work Table Weight Capacity (Lbs.) 350