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I am feeling a little smug with myself today, over the past two days I have picked up two bargains on ebay,

The first is a pillar drill for £42.42

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=B2851530682599E0!48698&authkey=!AKFWTlhhaCH8OeE&v=3&ithint=photo%2cjpg

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=B2851530682599E0!48696&authkey=!ABpJyQGc-YS65m8&v=3&ithint=photo%2cjpg

https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=B2851530682599E0!48694&authkey=!AJKIxOWTOP5qArw&v=3&ithint=photo%2cjpg

It's a very heavy piece of kit, british made with 3/4 HP motor single phase and even came with a machine vice the table tilts and it has 16 speed settings, and all of the stops and tensioners work as they should. I picked it up from a Hotel in Brighton yesterday and have already pressed it into use and am very pleased.

Also I bid and won a collection of Lin bins for £50.00, now nothing exciting there only I am rearranging the workshop and brought a lin bin wall added casters and plan to put all my nuts/bolts and bits on it. They were in preston but not an issue I asked a mate who lived around the corner to pop over and collect them. He then sent me an email telling me that there were so many he had had to make three journeys to collect them all. I really wasn't expecting that many but am again pleased with the potential storage that will be available and the possibility of selling the spares to fund the purchase.

Jason.

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The drill looks good.

Good luck with the bins. I bought three stillages full of lin bins about ten years ago, took me ten years to sort out shelving for

them, until then every flat surface had piles of bins on it;-)

I already have the shelving which was also from ebay, a great two sided unit that I added wheels to (Linky) made him an offer, it means that I can move all my bits to the Job and use both sides so will save a massive amount of cupboard space for me.

Jason.

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nice one Jason :).

I like linbins, but only in a clean environment.... in a workshop they just fill with dust/grindings/swarf :unsure:

Ahead of you there Ross, I have fitted plastic curtains to the unit to prevent dust ingress.

Jason.

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