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  1. #1
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    Default Hafco Bench Drill Press 2MT 16 Speed 1.0Hp

    In perfect working order.

    Upgraded with a precision Llambrich chuck, manufactured in Spain.
    The one piece chuck gear ring and sleeve eliminate the possibility of tooth breakage & the Jaws, Gear Ring and Body are all totally hardened to avoid wear and lengthen the life of the drill chuck.

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    Model SBD-25A Bench Drilling Machine
    Features
    - Quiet V-belt drive system
    - Quick action belt tensioning lever
    - Drill chuck key holder mounted on left side of the machine
    - One piece cast iron drilling lever
    - Safety micro switch on belt cover
    - Safety magnetic-type switch
    - Rack & pinion table height adjustment with locking lever
    - Thick walled column ensuring greater rigidity
    - Table tilts left & right to 45 & rotates 360
    - Drilling depth stop setting with scale
    - Work light mounted underneath drill head to provide direct light onto work piece
    - Slotted work table
    - 16 Spindle Speeds - 195, 290, 310, 420, 470, 490, 610, 680, 740, 765, 1490, 1550, 1660, 2350, 2410, 3645rpm
    - 240 volt motor, Aluminium Fan-cooled (works on 10A outlet)

    Model:SBD-25A
    Weight (Nett):60.00 Kg
    Overall 1060mm
    Spindle Taper: MT2
    Spindle Travel: 80mm
    Throat Depth: 195mm
    Quill Diameter: 47mm
    Column Diameter: 80mm
    Spindle To Table: 455mm
    Spindle To Base: 700mm
    Table Diameter: 295mm

    $250 - pick up from Northern Beaches in Sydney

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  3. #2
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    No takers?

    I'm about to post to Gumtree.

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    Its now on Gumtree. If I don't get much response there after a week or so I'll add FleaBay.

    Price for forum members is cheaper than I posted on Gumtree.

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    SOLD (via Gumtree - a LOT of enquires!!)

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    It's funny how that worked out. I've had several unsuccessful attempts recently at selling things here. I thought it was the pricing but they went really well on ebay. My theory is that every one here has a lot of the gear allready. I was interested in your pedeatal drill but have one.

    TT
    Learning to make big bits of wood smaller......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twisted Tenon View Post
    It's funny how that worked out. I've had several unsuccessful attempts recently at selling things here. I thought it was the pricing but they went really well on ebay. My theory is that every one here has a lot of the gear allready. I was interested in your pedeatal drill but have one.

    TT
    Your probably right. Add to that, the number of forum members who are in the right area to pick up an item is probably quite small. I often see items in Forum Marketplace that I would like, but they are interstate.

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    Default Hafco Bench Drill Press 2MT 16 Speed 1.0Hp

    I would have expressed my interest if this item was in my area too.

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    It was a bit too far away for me also.

    Ross

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    This one has been an interesting one to watch.
    For me, 6 months ago, this would have been on my list to buy. But I already bought one, off GT, after watching here for ages and not seeing one come up - and it turned out I ended up with a better deal (I got a pedestal D148 https://www.machineryhouse.com.au/D148 for $200, in pretty much pristine condition). So I suspect that there's a natural cycle with many tools, and a natural radius for purchase interest, depending on the tool the "bargain" aspect, and the rarity they come up. For me, I travelled close to an hour to get the drill press, as it was a bargain. I'd travel further for a sawstop cabinet saw that I thought was a bargain. I would not travel more than a suburb or two to buy a bench grinder as they are pretty much "Commodity".

    So perhaps you were unlucky that the cycle of forum newbies and folks who would have wanted the drill didn't coincide with your wanting to move it on, and GT just had a wider audience (which I am positive it does - all walks of life who are interested in buying the drill vs just us woodies).

    Always an interesting problem though - is there ever an ideal way to get rid of things like this that is cheap and easy for you, as well as getting you a decent return?

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