Handy Devices

Key Attraction

Dan Miller
By  Dan Miller , Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Chuck Key Magnet (Illustration by Ray E. Watkins Jr.)

Nothing is as useless in the farm shop as a drill press with a missing chuck key, says Paul Bliss, Olathe, Kansas. He makes sure the key is where it is supposed to be by snapping a strong magnet onto the neck of the drill press so the key is held in place and easy to find.


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