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  • #2
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    I have seen those...would be great in a shop when you are trying to drill something really delicate!! and quiet does'nt hoit!!

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    • #3
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      Are you talking about a brace?

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      • #4
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        nope...drill press

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          No, I have two braces; this is a 'clamp on to your workbench drill press' I would guess between 18 and 24 inches tall, hand cranked and the feed is controlled by a wheel on top.

          Of course, getting the rpm and the fpm matched is like patting your head while rubbing your belly. :-/

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