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Geared Head Flat Belt Drill Press

Geared Head Flat Belt Drill Press


Photos from Ted Mays, Tool Collection Tour   Geared Head Flat Belt Drill Press

The Engine Lathe is called the King of Machine Tools and these old drill presses certainly vied for being the Queen until the Bridgeport type mill took that honor. While they only did one thing, make holes, they did it VERY well. These machines were found in foundries, ironworks and every other place that did metalwork by the ton. They drill small holes as well as large and in back gear go slow enough to bore large holes given the proper drill press furniture.

  • Maker: P. Blaisdell, Worcester, MASS, USA
  • Patent April 29, 1890
  • MOTOR: Master Alternating 1HP 115/230 VAC, 1725 RPM
  • SIZE: 48 x 21 x 88 inches tall
  • TABLE: 22 in. diameter

Ted Mays Blacksmith Tool Collection

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40 year collection of quality American made blacksmithing tools for sale.