[EMS Discuss] Some tools missing

Benjamin Hallert ben at vipmail.com
Mon Jan 27 14:21:48 PST 2014

I've just brought a replacement drillpress approximately the same class as the one that has departed. I've cleaned it up and tested it out and we should be good


The only real difference functionally is that this has a chuckless head.

- Ben

On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 2:08 PM, Mr. Clif <clif at eugeneweb.com> wrote:

> By the way I have yet a bigger drill press at another shop which is 
> about twice the size of Tom's Oh, I'm sure you've seen it  Tom. Anyway 
> it would be missed at that shop but if we ever need a mondo DP it's around.
>      Clif
> On 01/27/2014 01:37 PM, Rick Osgood wrote:
>> I thought the main difference between them would be speed settings.  I 
>> thought the bit needs to turn faster for wood and slower for metal, 
>> but I'm no expert and I'm happy to be put in my place if I'm not 
>> correct.  Knowledge is power!
>> On Mon, Jan 27, 2014 at 1:22 PM, Sam Foster <sam at sneetchworks.com 
>> <mailto:sam at sneetchworks.com>> wrote:
>>     On 1/27/2014 12:54 PM, Tom Conlin wrote:
>>         A broken switch on my drill press is news to me
>>         there is a (stupid) little red plastic latch thing on the switch
>>         maybe it is still working fine when switched correctly or
>>         maybe the
>>         plastic latch proved to confounding and someone resorted to
>>         brute force. I will take a look on Tuesday.
>>     Yeah I tried pulling and also reinserting that little safety
>>     plastic latch, and it still turns on directly when you plugin, and
>>     switching on/off does nothing. I should be in Tuesday too (later)
>>     and am happy to help in any way. Sorry, no clue how or when this
>>     became broken. I've not used it for a couple of months and my
>>     memory from then was that the power switch worked as expected.
>>     FWIW (and I'm happy to be corrected here) there's not really a
>>     difference between wood and metal drill press. The wood ones tend
>>     to be sold with square tables, maybe with fewer gearing options.
>>     Clamp a bit of wood to a large metal drill press like this and you
>>     have a great woodworking machine.
>>     /Sam
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