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Black & Decker Manufacturing Co., Ltd.
Metal Working Machinery
Twist drill grinder
Date of Manufacturer:
6/12/2011 11:30:07 PM
I picked this one up from the almighty Craigslist for $30. I figured it would go nice with my other vintage grinder and sure enough. This one runs so butter smooth it is unreal. Don't have a clue on the age but it does have the little oiler cups on the ends. I also use this one almost daily to keep my fingernails polished. Unfortunately the guards were long gone when I got it. Not that I mind since I need it opened up in order to get a sense of danger in my everdull life!!
You can see the two oiler cups here. Not sure when they stopped using them?
This says twist drill grinder... not sure if that is what they called them back then or was there some other parts for this.
My Panisonic Lumix
Life is funny... you used to get service back when the tools lasted forever... now you don't get service and most new tools break down on the way home from the store???
I mounted this one on my floor model Beaver drill press. I never use this drill press since I have my Walker Turner. The nice thing here is I can adjust it up or down if I choose. The Beaver is a barn find that I got for kinda cheap.
It appears the switch has been changed on this one. It works nice though and is easy to reach.
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