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Champion No. 202 Post Drill

Champion No. 202 Post Drill


Photos from Ted Mays, Tool Collection Tour   Champion No. 202 Post Drill

This machine was designed to be powered by overhead line shafting. Originally it had two flat belt pulleys. One was a free turning idler and the other locked to the shaft. The belt was shifted between the idler and drive pulley to start and stop the machine. This was a common arrangement at the time. Small individual electric motors with a switch have replaced this system.

  • Champion Blower & Forge Co., Lancaster PA USA
  • Model 202, Designed to be powered
  • Patent No, 767282, Aug. 9, 1904
  • Cast Iron
  • Includes Jacobs Drill Chuck (needs key), Early style knurled body.
  • 69" Tall, Width 36"
  • Weight: 300 pounds
    Table and Arm Missing
    Feed Handle repaired
    Bottom Column Bracket Fabricated Replacement
    Crank Handle shop made
    Drive Pulleys and Flywheel Missing
    Mechanism works freely and smooth.

Large Hand Crank Post Drill needing work

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Ted Mays Blacksmith Tool Collection

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