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Date Posted: 12/12/17 14:53:23
Author: Richard Hash
Subject: Re: drill press parts
In reply to: David Janowitz 's message, "drill press parts" on 12/11/17 21:21:35

Assuming 120v, but what amperage? (probably not high). Pick a switch that can handle the electrical requirements. Grizzly sells decent switches, a couple of years ago I bought a H8238 (http://www.grizzly.com/products/110-220V-On-Off-Switch/H8238 - now discontinued) for a router table and it's been fine (good up to 20 amps)

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  • Re: drill press parts -- Bob, 12/12/17 18:35:01
  • Re: drill press parts -- David Janowitz, 12/13/17 11:29:16

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