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  • Old 20" Delta /Rockwell Drillpress

    Need some help, just picked up an old 20" Delta Rockwell single spindle and weighs about 200 - 300 pounds with a 1 1/2 hp 220 v motor with 8 speed pully. I need to know what type of tapered spindle it has. It swollows my mt 2s

    Thanks

  • #2
    MT3 maybe?

    Go here and see if you can find your model.
    http://www.owwm.com/MfgIndex/Detail.asp?ID=1141

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    • #3
      My 2HP Variable speed Rockwell is an MT3.


      HTRN

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      EGO partum , proinde EGO sum

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      • #4
        Check the tech support section of Delta Machinery. If they don't have the user's manual on-line, call 'em up and they may be able to fax you a copy. I just finished this process for a Delta bandsaw that pre-dates the Rockwell years (last patent dated 1941). They couldn't match the model number but the manual and parts list they sent (for free) looks right. Good luck!

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        • #5
          I bought one new in 1967.
          Has a #3 MT spindle and a two speed, six step pully on the head.
          You changed speeds from direct to planetary reduction "granny" with a half turn of a straight blade screw driver.
          Also has a crank elevator table.

          I put a DC drive on it, back then, still there.

          It will pull a 2" pipe tap, or a 6-32.

          Good luck with it. Should last you a while.
          Ag

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          • #6
            Thanks for all your help, I visited the Rockwell site with no luck. The Model #70-6X0 cannot be found, but the serial #1635*** I think showes it to be a 1942 vintage. This is a bench model and I am missing the swing table for it.

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            • #7
              CCWKen reminded me.
              The old wood working machines (OWWM) site that he linked has a 1938 Delta Catalog on line.

              You may be able to find your machines immediate predecessor model number there.

              I see Black and Decker has bought the Delta badge now.
              Good luck Ag

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