Question about Drills
I can't find this drill press on the internet. Magnum is the only name I can find on the machine. There must be something wrong between the belt pulley and the chuck.
Your drill spindal might be freewilling, if it is your not ingaiging the drive. Some drill presses have a locking switch and or lever to ingage to make this work.
Posted on Dec 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You are right,but if the wobble is not too big to do drill jobs it can be used.Sometimes drill jobs need to be precise,so the you will need it just aligned.
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Posted on Nov 17, 2010
SOURCE: My Powermatic drill press model
Hi, this is happening because the belts are shinny... true.. well and a little stretched... you see what happens is the belts are slipping over the Pulleys when the drill bit draws and bites on it hard.. the Fix if you will, is to A: Replace the belt... Or B: Tighten the belt, & roughen up BOTH surfaces a little to improve traction..
This usually will only be a stop gap measure though, as this really means that you need a new Drive Belt(s) as the existing one(s) has stretched too much, and has lost it's grip. belts only have to increase their size minutely to just loose that edge that a newer one has.
Posted on Nov 25, 2010
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Test fit a drill bit in the lock cylinder. You want a bit that is just
smaller than the cylinder. You will be using hardened drill bits to cut through
the cylinder, since ordinary bits may be damaged by drilling metal.
Lock the drill bit into the drill chuck and tighten the chuck.
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Increase the drill speed to the highest setting and drill out the lock
cylinder. Let the drill do the work. If you force the drill into the lock
cylinder, you could burn out the rotor inside the drill motor
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