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UPDATED VERSION with some safety info at the start of the video. The return spring (quill spring) on my Craftsman 10" drill press broke, so I had to replace it. I explain how to remove the old one, how to find the right replacement spring, and how to install it.
Replace the crank handle for raising and lowering your drill press table with this simple to make, and inexpensive, drill-powered crank extension. This allows you the freedom to make a drill press table however you want, without having to tak in into account the crank.