Delta Drill Press Model 350 Shopmaster

Delta ShopMaster Drill Press Model DP350 Listing #

Column drilling machines on stand - 18-900L - Delta Power Equipment Corp. The first featured professionally drill press designed with the woodworker in mind. Bevels and inclinations of the table woodworker oversized patented compound drilling operations. This drill press also features T-slots for pressure and a removable insert CONCENTR to drill through-table. The system Auto-tensioning belt drive allows for speed changes fast and easy. Full stroke of the spool by 6 inches. for applications and the capacity of piercing the deepest Best-In-Class. The Micro-Adjustable depth stops and independent depth scale allows the user to zero the scale and set up for repetitive drilling, quickly and easily. TWINLASER fully adjustable projects a bright red crosshair on the work piece at the point of contact of the tip. The flexible LED light illuminates the work surface for

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Delta DELTA DP350 Shopmaster 1/3HP 12-Inch Bench Drill Press
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  • 1/3 hp Induction Motor for Long-Lasting, Smooth Performance
  • Pivoting motor mount maintains correct belt tension and facilitates speed changes
  • Three-spoke pilot wheel for operator convenience
  • Adjustable-position, locking depth stop for accurate depth measurement and repetitive drilling
  • Tilting table with slots for fast clamping of work; Standard 3-jaw, 1/2-inch capacity chuck for positive gripping of various drill press cutting tools
2011-12-23 05:56:40 by soapy_water

Need Ryobi drill press help

All,
I bought a used Ryobi DP100 benchtop drillpress with no belt. I have discovered the belt is discontinued and I can't find one anywhere (brilliant!). Any chance anyone on here has a similar drillpress and could measure the belt or get a number off of it so I can source one elsewhere?
Thanks in advance.

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