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    Default Sensitive Drill Press, High Speed Hammer Co.

    Selling my High Speed Hammer drill. This thing is a heavy mother! Very nice drill press, it has what is essentially a brand new spindle and quill that I bought when the company was still in business(see the pic of the packing slip) It has probably drilled at most 50 holes. As you see I also bought a new belt at the same time, however that belt has taken a "set" and vibrates when running, you will want a new belt. McMaster sells the round belts you can melt together. It is 120Volt.

    Please pick this up near Princeton, NJ, I could also bring to work in Piscataway, NJ if that helps. No need to get it right away either, I can hold it till you can pick it up.

    $350.00, next stop is ebay.

    contact me at: loco lima @ gmail

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    I'm pretty interested - you're a bit of a hike from me, but not too bad. You ever drive towards the DC area?

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    No but I have a good friend outside of Baltimore...we have no plans of getting together soon, but maybe something could be arranged.

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    Nice - I'll shoot you an email.

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    I have one - a very nice piece of small high speed drilling machinery, rigid and near vibration free. Posted price is good with fresh spindle and quill.

    Sandiapaul - did you ever find a use for the vertical plate at the LH edge of the table?

    -Marty-

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    Last time I was in Riverview Surplus in Moline IL they had one on the floor. It looked rough from storage in an unheated building. The motor shaft turned and the spindle turned (by hand). The price was marked at $50. 309-797-9400. The owner is a good friend of mine and an honest man.

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    Marty's drill was my dad's, and I can confirm that it is heavy.

    The manual or brochure for it is available online and lists it as 105 lbs, despite its small size.

    Steve

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    Marty, no use for the vertical edge...but I like that its there! I still have this BTW...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveM View Post
    Marty's drill was my dad's, and I can confirm that it is heavy....
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    Steve, I have always been grateful to you for that DP. Somebody really should pick up sandiapaul's.

    -Marty-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Feldman View Post
    Steve, I have always been grateful to you for that DP. Somebody really should pick up sandiapaul's.
    Thanks. We are glad it found a home with someone who will use and appreciate it.

    I have a Cameron, and while it's nice, it can't compete with the High Speed Hammer drill for working all day long without working up a sweat.

    Steve

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    I bought a Cameron years back but found it kind of...lacking. I also have a Hamilton and don't really need both.

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    The High Speed Hammer Co. was here in Rochester. I remember driving by the place and every time I saw the sign I'd think, "Man, it sure must be loud in there." I think they might still exist with a different name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandiapaul View Post
    I bought a Cameron years back but found it kind of...lacking.
    Only so much you can do with a 1/7 hp motor. I found the going slow, but it's the only thing I have that can drill holes that small. That and I only paid $50 for it.

    I could have kept dad's drill press, but I figured for the number of times I would actually need it, it would just be taking up bench space 99.44% of the time.

    Steve

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