Finding replacement parts for my old drill press?

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Old 07-26-11, 01:27 PM
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Finding replacement parts for my old drill press?

My Dad just gave me his "Intergram Machine Tool" drill press and it works great, except for a couple of broken attachments. I looked up the maker and found very little information.

Does anyone have any information about a Intergram Machine Tools, 12 speed, 3/4 HP drill press (model #: AG 12B) and where I can find replacement parts?

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What parts are you needing? Some are interchangeable.
 
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Old 01-10-12, 09:48 AM
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I need the right-side crank that raises/lowers the platform. Mine broke off while moving it in the truck. Do you know if this is available anywhere?

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If you just broke the handle you should be able to fit a generic one pretty easily.
 
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Do you know where I can find generic handles? This handle is cast iron with a hole on one end (about 3/4" diameter) that fits onto a steel shaft, secured with an allen screw.
I don't think Grainger would have it. Any suggestions?
 
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Try looking at:
Manhattan Supply
Enco
Grainger

If the links don't take you directly to the section type "knob" into their search window.
 
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Thanks for the leads, I'll check out those sites.
 
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The drill press

You could go to a welding shop and get it brazed, not welded as welding isn't as strong as brazing. Get an estimate, if you cant locate a replacement. Good luck.
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