drill press with drawbar?

I'm considering adding a drill press to my shop. But sometimes I need to
use a boring head. I have a 3MT boring head shank, but it's to be used
with a drawbar.
Are there any reasonably heavily built (I'm not looking for a homeowners
thing for $200) DPs that have drawbars through the spindle?
Grant Erwin
Kirkland, Washington
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Grant Erwin
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Yup! Standard RF-30 Mill Drill unit!
The drill press that can mill! Sorta!
I cannot recall seing a actual drill press with a drawbar, though. Most have just a Morse socket.
FWIW, one of the machine tool distributors I spoke to in Edmonton, only stocked the Mill-Drills with a much taller than normal column, as thier customers were almost exclusively using them as drill presses.
They are a darn good bit of kit if used within their limits.
Cheers Trevor Jones
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Trevor Jones
My rungfu radial drill press has a hole thru the spindle for a drawbar, the spindle is a MT3. I own it for 3 years now and it has given me no trouble, gets used every day. I got mine on ebay, it was NOS and came with a drawbar in the tooling package.
Best Regards Tom.
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homeowners
I just saw a fairly large Wilton drill press at my favorite local surplus/salvage store over the weekend. It had an R-8 taper in it.
At first I though it was some sort of mill/drill, but the table was fixed.
They were asking $2,600 USD for it.
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Ya know, I owned one of those for about 5 years, only ever used it for stirring paint. Now I wish I never sold it ..
Grant
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