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Old 10-21-2020, 09:17 PM
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Speaking os S&D drill bits, do they ever come in thirtyseconts ?? I could use a 19/32 one if they do. Havent done any serious looking yet, it just occurred to me while looking at those.
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Yes they do, I have close to a full set up to 1"
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Old 10-21-2020, 09:19 PM
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Yes, they make them. Catalogues don't always call the S&D drills though. Sometimes they call them reduced shank drills.
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Yes, they make them. Catalogues don't always call the S&D drills though. Sometimes they call them reduced shank drills.


I think I remember Keith calling them Prentiss ? Drills. Different parts of the country have different names.


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Old 10-22-2020, 07:37 AM
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That Drill America web site is interesting. They specifically say they only deal through distributors but never give a link to find one. :-) Do they have any yet? :-)
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That Drill America web site is interesting. They specifically say they only deal through distributors but never give a link to find one. :-) Do they have any yet? :-)
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This is where I have bought mine.
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Old 10-26-2020, 07:58 AM
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Thanks. I'll set up an account with them.
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on edit; I just tried to register and it seems their software doesn't like my e-mail address. so I "think" I left them a note on the "Contact Us" place IF it accepted my
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Slowing down at work, and inventory time, so was time to reorganize Bronze bushing stock section. Will make finding drop pieces and new full stock easier.

Also did some painting on other shelf against wall. Still needs more organization. Added a before painting shelf picture. And a picture of what area looked like when I started 3 years ago next week.

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