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Ferm 500w pillar drill, variable speed by belts, all complete and working, no damage - only selling due to upgrading to a mill.

 

No precise specs but figure it's the same as any low-end Machine Mart Clarke special/etc.

 

£25, can bring to Stoneleigh - otherwise collection only/can possibly deliver to Milton Keynes area with arrangement.

 

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I bought a similar one from aldi a couple of weeks ago.

Dont know how I managed without it ..... Having said that, I am walking round the house and garden all the time looking for drilling ideas.

Just finished drilling some washers to heighten the front garden gate 10 minutes ago :)

Andi

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I bought a set of circular rubber sanding drums.

I drilled a hole in a piece of ply big enough to take the biggest one

& bolted it to the base. The biggest drum is always at hand &

sands loads & loads of balsa & thin ply for model making.

Why do anything manually when you can use power tools?

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