Vaughn is right on with a solution. We have two old drill presses that don't work or are very wobbly. I am not currently a restorer of old iron but put them in a corner for time being. Solution was a cheap bench top I bought at a yard sale. Since then have added a JET that I bought on sale at Menard's this past winter. I do not know how many hundred pens have been drilled and barrel trimmed on these two machines throughout this school year. By the way, one of the old floor drill press quills doesn't stay in, it happened to be a Morse Taper 2 so I use it in the lathe to hold small items like chain pulls, eggs, etc.
God and family, the rest is icing on the cake.
I'm so far behind, I think I'm in first place.
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