UJK Technology

UJK Drill Guide

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  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck
  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck
  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck
  • UJK Drill Guide
  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck
  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck
  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck
  • UJK Drill Guide Underside
  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck
  • UJK Drill Guide with 10mm Chuck


No place for a drill press?

The UJK Drill Guide provides extra stability and accuracy when you need to drill straight or at an angle. The beauty of the system is you can take your cordless drill and convert it to the near perfect accuracy of a drill press.

Key Features

  • Capable of drilling any angle between +/- 60°
  • Takes bits or hole saws up to 60mm diameter
  • Two pins allow you to quickly find the center of workpieces as wide as 85mm
  • Compatible with most corded or cordless drills
  • 1/4" hex drive shaft, with 3-jaw 3/8" (10mm) geared chuck
  • Cast aluminum base, machined slide assembly with steel guide rods
  • Rubberized, high-friction, non-slip base pad and auxiliary handle
  • Quill length of 230mm (from bottom of drill chuck to underside of base)
  • Maximum Travel 210mm
  • Center pins are screwed into the top of the chuck carriage for safe storage

Excellent Versatility

It is practically impossible to drill at a specific angle freehand. This carefully engineered drill guide helps you to drill at angles over a 110° range. The UJK drill guide is in effect a versatile and portable smaller drill press. The portability of this guide ensures that you can drill virtually anywhere. Set at 90° it produces perpendicular holes. Quadrants on each side of the base allow angle setting at ±60°. A threaded knob on one side and the auxiliary handle on the other ensure any chosen angle setting is secure. The underside of the base has a rubberized high friction pad to help steady the guide. The large aperture in the base gives a clear view of the drilling mark and allows the use of bits up to 60mm diameter. Integral v-guides mean you can drill round the stock or pipes. The base has holes for fixing the guide in place onto a jig or sub-base.

The chuck guide assembly runs between twin steel guide bars. Bronze bushes ensure a smooth action between the assembly and guide bars. There is enough space between the bars to accommodate most drills. A precision-machined main shaft runs inside another bronze bush. The drive shaft is a 1/4" hex allowing you to use either corded or cordless drills. The drill shaft ends in a 3/8" (10mm) capacity chuck. There is a depth stop for accurate boring and countersinking.

The UJK Drill Guide is solid and offers a great deal of flexibility. Two pins, stored in the chuck guide assembly, when screwed into the base allow self-centering drilling, for example when fitting a lock mortice into a door. The capacity when using self-centering pins is 85mm. Optional 1/2 inch (13mm) chuck and Self-Centering Vice available.

The UJK Self-Centering Drill Vise fits perfectly inside this drill guide.

Enhance Workholding with Drill Vise Accessory

Designed specifically for use with this drill guide (but a great complement to any drill press), UJK's Self-Centering Vise fits directly onto the UJK Drill Guide to ensure stock is always perfectly centered and perpendicular. This vise also features V-notches to hold round or square stock, while its four steel guide bars ensure smooth and consistent clamping pressure. Visit the UJK Self-Centering Vise page to learn more about this useful upgrade.

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1 Review

  • 5
    Best drill guide on the market, but hardly perfect.

    Posted by Delos Stannor on 22nd Nov 2023

    Action is true and has no wobble. Components are well made and solid. Sliding action is a bit rough, so I had to lubricate the guide rods. Rubber mat on bottom is a complete joke. Be ultra careful sliding the device over softer wood. I plan on cutting out my own, as manufactured rubber part is garbage. Base is a tad too small for proper stability. I recommend it with the above caveats.

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