SOLD - PP FS: Craftsman (Atlas) 15" Bench Top Drill Press
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SOLD PENDING PAYMENT

I am offering a 15"Atlas made (Craftsman branded) bench top drill press for sale.  Model 101.03621.  This machine and motor have been completely disassembled, cleaned and painted.
 
All 7 bearings have been replaced - 2 in the quill, 2 in the column at the top of the spindle, 2 in the motor and 1 in the multi speed pulley.
 
Drive system - 1/2 HP, 1750 RPM, single phase, 110 Craftsman motor.  It has been completely disassembled, cleaned and painted and reassembled with new sealed bearings.  There is a multi speed pulley that results in 12 speeds from 175 to 7800 RPM's.  The machine also has a cast aluminum belt cover that is hinged to a cast iron base.  There is an integrated 110 outlet for any potential accessories.
 
 
The spindle has a JT33 nose with a threaded release collar.  The chuck is a new keyed Jacobs JT33 1/32" to 1/2" - key included (chuck is not shown in the pictures).  Run out on the spindle nose is less than .001".
 
I would like to get $350 for the package - reasonable offers are welcome.  I am in Winston Salem and could deliver within a 2 hour radius for some contribution to gas.
 
Thanks for looking

   

   

   

   

   

   
 
Rick
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  Re: SOLD - PP FS: Craftsman (Atlas) 15" Bench Top Drill Press by Rick_B ([b]SOLD PENDING PAYM...)
That is very cool. If I was closer, hmmmmm
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Garry
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  Re: SOLD - PP FS: Craftsman (Atlas) 15" Bench Top Drill Press by Rick_B ([b]SOLD PENDING PAYM...)
A real machine tool, made in the USA. These don't come along all that often folks: if you are close by you should be jumping on this! .001 runout: NICE!!!!
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  Re: SOLD - PP FS: Craftsman (Atlas) 15" Bench Top Drill Press by Rick_B ([b]SOLD PENDING PAYM...)
I love vintage restorations! Great work!!
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  Re: RE: FS: Craftsman (Atlas) 15" Bench Top Drill Press by alanealane (I love vintage resto...)
That looks very nice.  Both distance and price are higher than my usual, but I'm torn.  It looks worth it.

Here is a link to the manual.  In that document, I can't find the spindle stroke, but it does say the spindle stop gauge is calibrated 0-4", so it likely has a 4" stroke -- longer than new presses unless they are quite pricey.
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