What exactly are you looking for and/or trying to do?
I have two drill presses in my shop that have never had a drill chuck on
them. They came out of the box and I installed tapping heads in them
instead. I have a third machine (a mill drill) that came to my shop used
with a drill chuck in it, but I immediately knocked the taper out and
installed an MT2-ER25 collet chuck instead.
So, anyway, are you saying that you You have a drill with a male threaded
spindle nose? What do you want to screw onto it? If its just a protector
for the threads I would suggest you identify the thread and find an all
thread coupler that size.
In the Delta, the entire spindle - from the morse affixed chuck up
through the cone pulleys. One extracts that full length and inserts
another that is a Tool holder - it attaches to the drill or attaches to
another tool. Dad had a third that attached to wood cutters. With a
nice rack on both sides of his wood table - he was able to make picture
frames without problems. Make moldings and other like work.
It was a multifunctional heavy duty drill press with three cones that
two belts were changed through for various speeds and torques.
It was stolen from my brothers wood shop while he was away instructing
in Tank school in Tenn. some years ago.
On 5/2/2015 2:35 AM, John Doe wrote:
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