Web Info Ventures Creates First Comprehensive Guide for Delta Drill Presses

Top Quote A comprehensive guide for DeltaŽ drill presses, created with both the amateur and serious woodworker in mind, has been recently launched. End Quote
  • (1888PressRelease) May 21, 2013 - Warsaw, Poland - The team at Web Info Ventures announced today the launch of its newest buying guide, aimed at educating serious woodworkers and others about DeltaŽ Drill Presses. This new online guide, appropriately called DeltaDrillPressGuide.com, has been designed to provide a comprehensive look at the drill press offerings of DeltaŽ Power Equipment Corporation and to answer questions about these products in an objective way.

    The equipment reviewed on DeltaDrillPressGuide.com includes Delta's high-end drill presses, some of the finest machinery currently being made. On the website you will find easy to read overviews of the products, as well as in-depth reviews of products like Delta's newest offering, the 18-900L laser drill press. In addition, there is a very interesting history of the nearly 100-year-old company itself.

    A spokesperson for Web Info Ventures is quoted as saying, "We recognize the serious investment that goes into purchasing one of these high-end shop tools. We are dedicated to providing consumers with the best and most current information about Delta Drill Presses."

    The information that can be found in the online buying guide includes:

    - Motor size and power
    - Quill stroke or depth
    - Work surface size
    - Power requirements
    - Additional features
    - Overall performance

    The in-depth reviews also include comparisons with other manufacturers' drill presses and are generally written by experts and owners of the equipment under review. They also include relevant pictures of the drill presses, showing the features that make Delta Equipment Drill Presses such prized machines in workshops around the world.

    DeltaDrillPressGuide.com will continue to be updated with the latest product reviews as new offerings from the company come to market. According to the spokesperson, "Our commitment to reviewing the products is on-going and we take our responsibility seriously. We want to be known as the place where serious woodworkers can come for an in-depth review of the Delta products they need."

    Delta Power Equipment Corporation was recently sold by Stanley Black & Decker, to a consortium that makes power equipment under the brands Ryobi, Milwaukee, Ridgid and others. That company has stated its commitment to continuing the tradition of high quality and excellent customer service that Delta is known for. So far, the reviews are nothing but positive.

    For more information, visit http://www.deltadrillpressguide.com

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