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Old 06-20-2019, 08:55 PM
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Default Canedy-Otto New model 16 factory electric

This is one of the drill presses I wanted nearly all my life. Finally found it out in Natick Mass.

I had a version close to this one which was a 3speed.. Have never found any information on it and back in the day when I had it there was very little info.

this version is pretty special as it has the factory electric motor and attachment for it. It is missing the overhead flywheel but has one mounted on the side instead. Not sure about the engineering behind this move.

I'd love to set it up again for hand operation as well as electric so will at some point need to find or make a flywheel.
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Old 06-20-2019, 09:55 PM
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Very cool. What is the max size dill it will handle?
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Very cool. What is the max size dill it will handle?
The ads state that the drills bore from 0 to 1 1/2".
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Old 06-21-2019, 05:26 AM
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I've got the post drill model of this drill. It is a real hoot to use. I added an infinitely adjustable sliding microswitch, which controls a relay to turn the drill off when the desired bore depth is achieved. Since the drill turns so slowly, the addition of the auto-off switch allows me to work on other things, while the drill does its work.

Looks like a bumper crop of choke cherries, again, this year.

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Old 06-21-2019, 08:50 AM
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this version is pretty special as it has the factory electric motor and attachment for it. It is missing the overhead flywheel but has one mounted on the side instead. Not sure about the engineering behind this move.

I'd love to set it up again for hand operation as well as electric so will at some point need to find or make a flywheel.
That is not a flywheel but a belt pulley, to supply power to the drill press
from a stationary engine, tractor or line shaft.
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Old 06-22-2019, 10:58 AM
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Actually it is a flywheel at the top. The drive is on the lower left side. I recently acquired a Buffalo 124 which is very similar.
Maybe since I'm supposed to be taking it easy on my ankle this weekend I'll get the motor back on it and try it out.

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Old 06-23-2019, 07:23 AM
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I've got the post drill model of this drill. It is a real hoot to use. I added an infinitely adjustable sliding microswitch, which controls a relay to turn the drill off when the desired bore depth is achieved. Since the drill turns so slowly, the addition of the auto-off switch allows me to work on other things, while the drill does its work.

Looks like a bumper crop of choke cherries, again, this year.
I'd love to see some photos. These are pretty rare in my neck of the woods.

Buffalo, Champion, Plummer, and a few others made similar drills as it seems that when patents ran out the others would just copy what was already made. (looks like they might have even supplied parts to one another).

I noticed that blower, forge and other tools homogenized as times when forwards and there was little difference between many items each of the MFG's supplied.

Ah, well.. I can't even comment on the choke cherry magic.. Dang.. LOL.. I still have a little left and covet it more than green backs.. Crazy it is..
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Old 06-23-2019, 08:37 AM
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That is not a flywheel but a belt pulley, to supply power to the drill press
from a stationary engine, tractor or line shaft.
Sorry shade, but no. It was a replacement flywheel vs drive pulley for the handle..

If the unit did not have a factory installed motor with gear drive, then this pulley would be on the left-hand side.. Most items were very much standard.


some came with belt drive and dual flat pulleys with an idler pulley.

Some came with just a single flat belt pulley and some came later with a V belt or flat belt combo pulley..

This particular machine "HAS" the factory gear drive which again is pretty rare and is the only one I have ever seen with the factory gear shroud.

Lots of this kind of thing were afterthoughts vs designed for.

I'd love to find a model 17 with the cast iron stand.

Again, historically speculation is illogical.. As to why or how.. I can't even guess as to the reason why the original flywheel was removed as even the electric models with the side pully still retained the flywheel..

my guess can only be that having the flywheel with the gear drive somehow affected the wear or usability of the unit.

The gear drive is pretty neat.
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Old 06-23-2019, 08:38 AM
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Actually it is a flywheel at the top. The drive is on the lower left side. I recently acquired a Buffalo 124 which is very similar.
Maybe since I'm supposed to be taking it easy on my ankle this weekend I'll get the motor back on it and try it out.

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Some photo's of these machines would be great to archive.. There is very little information on belt or motor driven units.
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Old 06-23-2019, 09:04 AM
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Here are some of the other saved pages I have collected over the years.

Kinda neat.
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