Originally Posted by wilserbrewer
Just my opinion, but if you have to buy pulleys, belts and other miscellaneous hardware to power a mill, you might be better served just buying an inexpensive 1/2" drill for 30-40 bucks.
Like this Harbor Freight $29
Designed for top performance over a lifetime of use.
■Powerful 6.3 amp motor handles tough jobs
■Trigger speed switch, 0-1200 RPM
■Fully shielded ball bearings
■Machine-cut heat treated gears
■Rugged die cast aluminum gear housing
■Auxiliary handle mounts on right or left
120V, 1080 watts, 60 Hz
3 jaw chuck
Drilling capacity: 3/4" in wood, 1/2" in metal
Chuck capacity: 1/2''
Overall dimensions: 3'' W x 11-1/2'' L x 8'' H
Shipping Weight: 5.40 lbs.