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Date Posted: 12/13/17 21:05:43
Author: Bob (Drill press part)
Subject: Re: drill press parts
In reply to: David Janowitz 's message, "Re: drill press parts" on 12/13/17 11:29:16

I will check my switches tomorrow for their contact ratings and let you know.


>The motor is a 62-011 Rockwell. It can be wired for
>115 or 230 volts, with 11.2 amps at 115 or 5.6 amps at
>230V. 3/4 horsepower. Thanks - David
>>We would need to know the HP rating of the motor. I
>>might have a possible period correct switch.
>>>Hi all. Just acquired a very old Delta 15-665 drill
>>>press. It is in fair shape, but needs a new power
>>>switch and will need new wiring. Right now there is
>>>just a hole where the switch used to be, and wire
>>>with chewed up insulation. I can easily replace the
>>>wires, but does it matter what switch? I googled a
>>>switch and found some for 50-60 dollars, but that
>>>seems silly. Any suggestions?

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