A Drill Press is a stationary machine tool used for drilling holes in various materials. It typically consists of a base, column, and head assembly, which houses the motor, spindle, and drill chuck. The drill press may also have a table that can be adjusted up and down or side to side, allowing the material being drilled to be positioned precisely beneath the drill bit. The drill press is operated by turning on the motor and lowering the drill bit onto the material, either by hand or using a lever. Some drill presses may also have additional features, such as variable speed controls or tilting tables, that make them even more versatile for different drilling applications. Drill presses are commonly used in woodworking, metalworking, and other manufacturing processes where precise and accurate drilling is required.