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rwm

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Has anyone seen or used a multi head like this?
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Looks mighty useful if it works well. Is this uncommon? Valuable?

Robert
 

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Never seen that.
Can you tell if it's original/built-in, or an aftermarket attachment?

It resembles one of those adjustable heads to access screw at funny angles, but with many heads....

Thanks for posting it!

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I found one on eBay. It's called the Quadrill so it's aftermarket. Pretty cool but I assume it would add to the slop in the quill and not as precise as chucking directly. Hopefully someone will chime in.
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Like a turret lathe, on a drill press. Who'da thunk it?
 

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I've never seen one but have seen the time when I could have used something like that to drill, counterbore, and tap multiple holes. What is the 4th head hidden behind the plastic guard?
 

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How much is it worth??? Should I buy the drill press? Asking $400.
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i'd be the guy that'd come in around 300-350 for the unit ;),
just because you know that there is one or more issues with the machine in general.
if it sounds and runs really good 350, if not 300
 

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I have seen those Burgmasters. Is that a better idea?
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I have seen those Burgmasters. Is that a better idea?
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I think it's just an industrial version. i've never been around one just see them on ebay in the past. The recent search is the first time I've seen a Burgmaster in the smaller size.
 
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