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Mill-Drill Identifiaction

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Buffalo21

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looks like many mill/drills, sold by many outlets, under many different names, my Central Machinery (HF), looks identical, head wise. The taper on that drill chuck, is R8.
 

Dave Paine

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R8 tooling uses 7/16-20 drawbar. Looks a lot like an R8 adapter to me.
 

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I concur with the rest, typical no-name mill/drill clone with an R8 taper; should make for a nice machine. Congrats.

As for who manufactured it, it probably doesn't matter as replacement parts are likely to be either generic or unavailable.
 

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Thanks to all who responded. Looks like I have a generic like the Jet JMD-15. Their manual is very good. I'm a happy camper.
Dave
 

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Watch cuppajoe on YouTube to see lots of good improvements on the mighty wrong foo.
 

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Can someone identify a mill-drill I just picked up? No manufacturer's tag. VERY heavy. Also, the drill chuck seems to have a NMTB taper but uses a 7/16-20 drawbar.
Thanks in advance!
Dave

As others said looks alike an RF30 or RF31 with an R8 taper. I just sold one last year.
 
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