Question about Drills
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Are you talking about the chuck key? That's the little wrench with a collar of gear teeth on it.
There are only a few standard sizes plus a couple of odd-balls. Last time I looked, Sears carried a good selection. If you have the old one, take it with you to the store. If you don't have the old one, find a way to measure or approximately measure what you need. Another chuck key that doesn't fit can be a useful reference. If you can find something (maybe a drill bit) that is a close fit into one of the three holes in the chuck, that can be useful too.
Posted on Jan 19, 2010
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This is not a solution yet but some info as to what your up against. Duracraft was purchased by Honeywell in 1996 and then sold to Kaz Incorporated in 2002. Here is the Duracraft disclamer from Blain's Fam and Fleet that has exclusing distribution for Duracraft tools today
NOTE: Duracraft products purchased prior to 2000 were not made for Blain's Farm & Fleet, therefore we cannot provide replacement parts, warranties or literature for these limits.
Your best bet would probably be a by chance listing on e-bay for the product 40830 drill press and then contact the seller for a copy of the manual.
Posted on Sep 15, 2011
On a small drill press you could make a 4.5" high riser block. Steel bar would be best. You could roll pin a bunch of 3/4" thick bars together in a stack just big enough to lock to the base T-slots. For tall parts you just then pry some of the bars off the roll pins with a big screw driver. I like to get rid of Universal or Adjustable stuff as it always introduces flex, movement while running and non-scoocum rigidity!
Scoocum Rigidity: Pertains to Harmonics of metal cutting with anything sticking out more than 1" from a fixed support of some kind. And also pertaining to large Cedar Totem Poles of the Pacific West Coastal Indians.
Posted on Dec 17, 2011
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