Shared November 21, 2018
Today I want to start a new video series. This will be about the restoration of an old WMW BT10/2 drillpress. Built in 1967 in East Germany. So good old iron ;) I search for such a machine a long time now and were happy to find this at a good pricepoint. The few holes I drilled where so comfortable compared to my cheap Chinese drillpress!
The content of todays video is an overview over the features and problems the drillpress has. Next step will be to completely disassemble the drillpress and solve the problem with the quill.
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