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  • MikeDingas
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    Home made drill station

    I made my own from a plan in one of Spielman's books. It has a pivoting, spring-loaded arm that raises the unit up and out of the way when you release it. The plan was actually made by someone else and republished in Spielman's book. If anyone is interested, I can post the plan (if agreeable with the board).

    Mike

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  • barnja
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    drill press

    i was reading on this forum about drill presses somebody talked about a dremel drill press so bought one for 39.99 at house of tools what a great drill press this is a great site for good info

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