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    Default WTB: Benchtop Drill press (german, swiss, swedish, etc)

    Looking for a nice bench top drill press, and certainly prefer European manufactures. Please send me a PM if you have one and are interested in selling it.

    I'm located in NJ and willing to travel or have it shipped.

    Thank you
    Brian

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    Is there a problem with the older Walker Turner dp’s. Frequently come up for sale and the ones with the slow speed countershaft are esp nice. Won’t sell mine!

    L7

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    Iím looking for Alzmetall, Flott, Solberga or similar.

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    I have a German benchtop drill press that I would sell. The maker is G. Boley (Boley Brothers in English). It is a small sensitive drill with a stationary head that takes 8 mm WW collets and the table rises with a lever control. The largest drill chuck normally used with such a machine would be a Jacobs 1A (1/4" capacity), but it can be equipped with a Jacobs 0 or Albrecht 1/16"or1/8" chucks.

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    Hi Larry,

    I'm still looking for a general purpose machine, but I'll send you a PM on that one also.

    Best Regards
    Brian

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    FWIW, I have a pristine Solberga I removed from a drill table that had three of them....but I installed a tapping machine where this one was, so now it is for sale.

    [email protected]

    solberga1.jpg solberga2.jpg solberga3.jpg

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    I have a nice Fehlmann But its far away and probbably to expencive
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    FWIW, I have a pristine Solberga I removed from a drill table that had three of them....but I installed a tapping machine where this one was, so now it is for sale.

    [email protected]

    solberga1.jpg solberga2.jpg solberga3.jpg

    Is that from that Solberga gang drill that I sent you the link to you , that was on Ebay, a couple of years back?
    IIRC there were like 3 or 4 heads, and it was in N.C. or S.C. or maybe Georgia.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter from Holland View Post
    I have a nice Fehlmann But its far away and probbably to expencive
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    Peter, If I recall, you are in Europe?

    Milacron, that Solberga is fantastic but I want a machine with a table.

    Cheers
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    Yes I am from the Netherlands We ship worldwide though

    Pic for the machine just for fun

    fehlmannp18s.jpg fehlmannp18s4.jpg

    Peter

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    calling that P18 just a drill press is a bit of an insult

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    It does not have the downfeed handle with wormwheel (If someone has one laying around......)
    So not suited for milling
    Jig drilling machine I call it

    Peter

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    Dere's dis inna Bronx.
    Badged Wilton outta Sweden offda Bruckner.


    Heavy Duty Drill Press - tools - by owner - sale

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter from Holland View Post
    It does not have the downfeed handle with wormwheel (If someone has one laying around......)
    So not suited for milling
    Jig drilling machine I call it

    Peter
    right, I didn't notice it missing at first, now it looks quite bare...

    does it have a quill lock though? is it part of the worm feed or is it the black knob opposite side of the drilling handle?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter from Holland View Post
    Yes I am from the Netherlands We ship worldwide though

    Pic for the machine just for fun

    fehlmannp18s.jpg fehlmannp18s4.jpg

    Peter
    Thatís awesome, gorgeous machine.

    Iím looking more for something like a Flott TB13+ Or similar.

    They are seemingly difficult to find in the US

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    Quote Originally Posted by jz79 View Post
    right, I didn't notice it missing at first, now it looks quite bare...

    does it have a quill lock though? is it part of the worm feed or is it the black knob opposite side of the drilling handle?

    Black knob on the left is the quill lock yes
    So you could do some milling with it I suppose

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHolcombe View Post
    That’s awesome, gorgeous machine.

    I’m looking more for something like a Flott TB13+ Or similar.

    They are seemingly difficult to find in the US

    There was a small Flott benchtop drill press like that over here in Wisconsin about 1.5-2 years ago, iirc it was brand new and seller wanted $1500.

    You'll have to buy from Europe if you want a used benchtop Flott or Alzmetall, cause those are unheard of over here.
    Shipping prices quoted by Peter is reasonable.

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    Iíve found plenty of freestanding Alzmetall but not the little ones.

    Sounds good to me, a used one from Europe would be fine I just canít get any sellers to respond to me if I inquire through machinio, etc.

    That one in Wisconsin, if anyone knows the seller and if he still has it, Iíll certainly buy it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BHolcombe View Post
    I’ve found plenty of freestanding Alzmetall but not the little ones.

    Sounds good to me, a used one from Europe would be fine I just can’t get any sellers to respond to me if I inquire through machinio, etc.

    That one in Wisconsin, if anyone knows the seller and if he still has it, I’ll certainly buy it.

    I was searching my computer to see if I saved his info, but no luck.

    By the way, Aciera also made benchtop drill presses. There is also the German brand Ixion, but can't find a manufacturer website for them.

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    Ixion is no longer
    Look for Maxion instead

    Peter


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