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Old 02-24-20, 09:15 PM   #1
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Default I bought a drill press today kind of.

I bought a 16 speed drill press no chuck.
It was $50 yesterday today they said $10.
At $10 it was the one for me.

It is 23 years old. I really bought it to make a plate steel top and put my mag drill on top of it.
I tried to do this with a newer harbor freight drill press but it was to weak to handle it.



It does not look like much but it should clean up and make a good mag drill stand.
It works fine it just needs a new chuck.

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