Question about Milwaukee Tool Milwaukee 4206 - 1 Electromagnetic Drill Press with 3/4'' Motor
When using the Mag Drill, the drill will unattach from the beam with very little pressure on the handle. What can be done to make sure that this
will not happen. Is the electro magnet failing?
Hi first try the magnet on a clean flat piece of m/s sheet/plate 2 inches bigger than the magnetic base ,it should be very hard to remove make shure the magnetic base is clean and the beam you are drilling is paint and rust free if possible clean up the beam with a sanding disc try it make shure the cutter is sharp and use coolant a dull /blunt tool will need more force a good tool almost cuts with no effort on the handle if you are drilling upside down or on the side of the beam NOmagi drill will do this without extra support silk090
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
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