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Machine Class: Metal Working Machinery
Machine Type: Drill Press
Machine Size: 3" (1.5 inch throat)
Submitted By: Jim Harvey
Machine Specifications
Description/Model: Cute, possible jewlers tool
Date of Manufacturer: unknown
Serial Number: unknown
Last Updated 7/9/2013 8:31:21 PM

Acquired at a flea market. Has about 1 inch max stroke, 1.5 inch throat and is very well made, only about .002 runout at the chuck. Drive is by a 3/16 round leather belt which was included in fair condition. I have the press mounted now with a 1/50 HP Bodine motor and it works very well, was easily able to drill Abe's eye out of a penny with a #64 bit. The table is a separate casting, has a T slot and about 25 tapped holes, bottom of table has a single large tapped hole where it was bolted to something. So I suspect it was part of some larger tool system. Note the steel plate lying on the desk in the third photo. When acquired, this was bolted to the bed. It has a slightly off center protruding pin. There was a bit in the chuck that looks like a 45 degree chamfer cutter with pilot so the pin plate may have been a starting pivot. I'm planning to use this press to drill small printed circuit boards.

Would appreciate any information on this machine, there are no visible markings except what looks like an inventory tag.

Photo 1:

Comments: Left side of mystery drill press
Source: My Fuji camera
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Comments: Right side of mystery press
Source: My Fuji 602z
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Comments: Press mounted. Initial drive belt is Aquarium air hose, worked pretty good.
Source: Fuji S602Z
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