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Denbigh drills were of an absolutely conventional design, their origins going back to Victorian times and little developed even after WW2 – though a few more modern bench and pillar drills with enclosed V-belt drive, the K and S Series, had been introduced during the 1950s. Denbigh had their own foundry – unsurprising, as they were in the very heart of the original English iron founding area – and turned out castings to a very high standard. All their machine tools were heavily built, capable of absorbing continuous industrial use and were widely exported

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