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    Default Richmond Radial Arm Drill Press for sale

    I have a Richmond radial arm drill press for sale, $600.00.

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    Columbia Pennsylvania

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    I wish I had a bigger shop!


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    Really not that hard to rotate a photo....

    It was resized because I once abused the privilege and Milacron retaliated.

    More amused than irritated.

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    Here... oh, and I'd probably buy the heck out of that if it was in Washington state. Alas!






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    Thank you!

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    hopefully its still not sitting outside!

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    Well, I take it nobody is interested?

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    I worked on one of these once. It was a pretty decent machine. Basically a clone of an Asquith machine. I liked the single lever to lock the rotation and slide.

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    That is a nice looking drill, I dont need one, but if I did I would like a nice clean one like this. Good luck I hope you find the right home for it soon.

    Charles

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    I got one of them......good little drill(only 4"6") and #4 morse.......unfortunately mine is also out in the weather,but covered with sheets of iron.......Midgely and Sutcliffe ,owned by 600 Machinery group........incidentally,they also were made as an early CNC machine,and there is a review of one drilling tube plates automaticlly in Machine Tool Monthly ,1963.

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    " Richmond " made an OK drill but I'd have an " OD 1 " first anyday.

    Regards Tyrone.

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    Mine is now under cover ,drilling holes it was meant to do....Incidentally ,kept in favour of an Asquith OD2,which I scrapped......Yeah its a shame ,but what can ya do?......I have a correction,the Richmond is more like 6 footer ,and weight is considerable ,in excess of 3 tons,excluding the box table ......Its hard to find the exact model,and maybe it didnt have a specific model.....just 6ft ...or something like that......the Envoy series just have squared off casings,same innards.....I prefer nice round castings.....where does all this square look come from?


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