Question about Craftsman Drills
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not sure if you ever found the manual for this model number. I just picked one up at a garage sale last weekend and it actualy had the manual with it. Doesn't really go into any overhaul of the machine, but does have a exploded view of the parts.
Posted on Jul 21, 2010
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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