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A Thorough Review of Genesis GDP1005A

Genesis GDP1005A

Do you worry about drilling holes through the hard surfaces? Are you worried about the power and capacity of your drill press? Genesis has brought a powerful benchtop drill press that can add value to your drilling efforts by offering ample power. Also, quality parts and accessories are available to increase your overall efficiency. GDP1005A has an adjustable worktable to provide convenience while making holes with precision.

Using GDP1005A, you can make the hole successfully with little effort as there are five speeds to handle the hard material for making deep holes. You do not have to repeat or duplicate the work for the deep hole as it offers functions for burring the holes at a single attempt.

Do you want a drill machine that can handle back to back operations? This benchtop drill press can set up two vertical drill press units to perform back-to-back operations, and there will be no wrench on it. GDP1005A does it jobs perfectly as the belt adjustment system has two rods held it in place by two screw which is very simple and basic in design.


  • Product Dimensions: 23.2″ X 16.9″ X 10.4″
  • Item Weight: 52 pounds
  • Item model number: GDP1005A
  • Part Number: GDP1005A
  • Material: iron
  • Style: 4.1 Amp
  • Power Source: ac
  • Item Package Quantity: 1
  • Measurement System: Metric
  • Batteries Required: No
  • Warranty: 2 Year

About the author

Willie Osgood

An Avid Metalworker

Willie doesn’t really consider himself an artist, rather a craftsman involved in practical trades. Yet, most of his projects require him to make interesting and fine objects. Being the eldest son of a carpenter, his background is 100 percent rooted in crafting. He found the art of blacksmithing quite appealing since his teenage years… that fire, the sound of swinging hammers, and those long and shiny blades that came out as a finished product. Soon he literally became obsessed with metal – the way it moved, worked, and changed when heated or cooled.

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