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    Default Electro Mechano 801C drill press

    Guys,

    I have an 801C drill press I'm looking to sell, with auto reverse for tapping feature.

    Speeds in low range from 100 to 700 rpm, High range from 400 to 2800 rpm.

    All speeds and tapping work exactly as they should, the table crank needs a new gear shaft made for it, the table will not crank up and down, and its a project I just don't have time for.

    asking $800, located in Raymond, NH

    Thanks for looking,

    Mark

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    I'd love to have one of these. If only you were closer... Good luck!

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    Sorry, for the screwed up pictures...

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    Single phase or three phase ?

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    Hello,

    Motor plate on picture of head, set as 3ph. I'm sure it could be changed.

    Mark

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    Why hasn't someone solved the sideways picture problem and posted it as a sticky somewhere? I have limited neck mobility from an old injury and really don't want to keep tilting my head sideways.

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    Guys, taking offers, I want this gone. I need the room....

    Mark

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    Lunchtime had a few minutes to kill
    Needed some good karma, no more complaints about neck pain
    Good luck with the sale
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    If I weren't past my expiration date that drill press would be in my shop already. This place ... I thought it was for "professionals". That's one of the nicest drill presses ever, and the price is too low.

    You guys are turkeys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    Why hasn't someone solved the sideways picture problem and posted it as a sticky somewhere? I have limited neck mobility from an old injury and really don't want to keep tilting my head sideways.
    easy solution i just tilted my screen sideways eesy peesy.....

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    Thank you!

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    I'm not in the market for another drill press, having three in various sizes, but am wondering (esp after EmanuelGoldstein's rant) what makes this particular drill press nicer than any other small non import machine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmanuelGoldstein View Post
    If I weren't past my expiration date that drill press would be in my shop already. This place ... I thought it was for "professionals". That's one of the nicest drill presses ever, and the price is too low.

    You guys are turkeys.
    I resemble all those accusations, and I'm half expired, and I have no room, and I have no time except to post on forums where nobody loves me, I'm less than 100 miles away and that drill press is flatout gawgeous.

    Does that make me 1 turkey? 1.2, .8 .5?

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    I have always looked at a drill press as an accident waiting to happen in the hands of a novice. I honestly never owned one and can't remember when I last used one. In my lifetime there insn't a thing a drill press could do better than a mill. Every body has different opinions and needs. I am sure the seller doesn't mind us bumping his thread with our banter.

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    If it helps sell the dang thing bump away.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Latham View Post
    If it helps sell the dang thing bump away.....
    just SO SO wrong..

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    what makes this particular drill press nicer than any other small non import machine?
    Quality. They are very well-built.

    From memory, besides being heavy and accurate, they have Timken bearings in the spindle, helical back gear, a vari-drive rather than step pulleys, 3 morse taper spindle, all the good stuff you expect on a radial arm but in a small size.

    The little high-speed one is pretty nice also. They made good products.

    btw, last time I looked, these were several thousand dollars new. Four at least ...

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    JT, clear your messages....

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    Still have this, and it needs to go.... Accepting reasonable offers.

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    PM on the way...


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