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| Owner = TBD
 
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| StorageLocation = In the metal shop
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| StorageLocation = In the Wood Shop
  
 
| MakeModel = Rockwell 15-069 (1/2 HP motor)
 
| MakeModel = Rockwell 15-069 (1/2 HP motor)
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* Please read the drill press safety tips in the [[Drill Press Clamp Safety|Rapidly-Rotating Scythe FAQ]].
 
* Please read the drill press safety tips in the [[Drill Press Clamp Safety|Rapidly-Rotating Scythe FAQ]].
 
  
 
| LooksLike = [[File:Rockwelldrillpress.jpg|Rockwell drill press photo]]
 
| LooksLike = [[File:Rockwelldrillpress.jpg|Rockwell drill press photo]]
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* Please wear safety glasses!
 
* Please wear safety glasses!
  
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| Instructions =  
 
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* Use the Jet drill press instead.
* Drill press accessories are kept on the plastic shelves on the other side of the bench grinders.
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| OtherReferences = TBD
 
| OtherReferences = TBD
  
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* Return spring failed, only limited functionality could be restored. Further repair not practical. Replacement part not available.
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* Bearings are in poor condition.
  
| MaintenanceInfo = TBD
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| ToDos = Move out of Wood Shop, find alternative use and/or scrap.
 
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| ToDos = Move to Wood Shop
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Revision as of 19:14, 18 January 2013



Rockwell Drill Press

It is used for drilling holes in a variety of materials (metal, wood, etc.).

Basic Info

  • Ownership: TBD
  • Location: In the Wood Shop
  • What it looks like:

Rockwell drill press photo

Manufacturer Information

  • Make/Model: Rockwell 15-069 (1/2 HP motor)
  • Part Number: 1721149

Documentation

Rules

  • Please wear safety glasses!

Instructions

  • Use the Jet drill press instead.

Other References

TBD

Maintenance

  • Return spring failed, only limited functionality could be restored. Further repair not practical. Replacement part not available.
  • Bearings are in poor condition.

Things that Need to be Done

Move out of Wood Shop, find alternative use and/or scrap.

FAQs

TBD