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    Default Waldown drill restoration

    Hello I am new to the forum so not sure if I have posted in the right thread. I have just acquired an old Waldown drill press. Itís in ok shape but bearings and chuck feel rough. I am pretty sure chuck is held on by a taper. I gave it a good go with a hammer and drift but it didnít budge. Before I wreck it I thought I would ask people more expert than me before continuing. Basically I need some guidance as to how to
    remove the chuck
    Disassemble the chuck to clean it out
    Remove the spindle mechanism so I can get at the bearings
    Where to get the bearings
    I have attached some pictures below
    Any and all help would be greatly appreciated
    Matt

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    Quote Originally Posted by matches View Post
    Hello I am new to the forum so not sure if I have posted in the right thread.
    Matt
    Hi Matt.
    Your in the right section of the forum but have posted at the end of this thread on Australian Machinery.
    Its much better to start a new thread of your own about your drill . With its own heading, Waldown drill what ever .

    For one, sometimes people wont get involved in helping when this takes place .

    You questions will remain lost in what is another story.

    Help and responses will be a lot better.

    You just need to start a new thread in this section .

    You found a Waldown in France ?

    Rob

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