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Vindi93

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Not sure if this in the right section but i have aquired a tauco drill. Didnt pay much for it after a little research ive worked out its 1940s machine pretty robust thing. Ive decided to restore it should be fun. Ive seen dp-225 ones on the internet which mine looks similar too although mine has dp-400 on the main head unit. Unfortunately my pulley is broken so its only going to be a 2 speed at the moment. I also have no idea how the chuck comes off.
 

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Coolio, we all like a good restoration thread. Looks like a rebadge of the delta model, so parts may be interchangeable.

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Just thought i would drop a picture of it before i started stripping it.
 

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Im not sure if this wiring is correct anyone know what the terminal labelled line would before. Picture attached.
 

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Interestingly although this looks similar to the dp220. My main head unit says dp 400 on it. Ive since found out the dp-400 head belongs to a delta 465 drill press.
 
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