Posted by Ultradog MN on December 29, 2012 at 03:31:20 from (184.108.40.206):
In Reply to: For Ultradog (MN) posted by Greg 2N (TX) on December 28, 2012 at 19:41:07:
Thanks for the expo Greg. For those who are unfamiliar with a mag drill the base is a heavy electromagnet. So you can clamp them onto most anything steel. Right side up, sideways, even upside down. Get them in place and push the button and it gloms onto the steel and is a very sturdy mount. That one looks like it's nearly brand new. They start at like about $1200 for a 1/2" and go up to $2K+ for a 3/4". I see you have a good sliding clamp there too. They are the best. I have two pairs of those - 12" and 16". I bought them at a machine shop auction a couple of years ago. I bid on a couple of mag drills there too but they went way out of my price range. These are Bessey. Made in Germany. Good tools and good tractors - you gotta love em.
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