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4290Re: Cheap solution for locking spindle pin

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  • lecodtl
    Sep 1, 2005
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      My really cheap solution to starting the spindle with the locking pin
      in place is to place the cover for the drawbar on top of the
      workpiece when I get ready to insert the locking pin. When I get
      done with the wrench and locking pin, I set them down, see the
      drawbar cover on the workpiece, check that I really removed the
      locking pin, put on the cover, and turn on the power.


      --- In GrizHFMinimill@yahoogroups.com, "Dave J" <galt_57@h...> wrote:
      > I want one hand on the wrench and one hand on the spindle
      > and that does not leave me a spare hand to hold in a sping-
      > loaded pin.
      > My thought is either to make a locking pin storage hole in
      > the control box -- with a sense switch -- or add a sense
      > switch to detect when the locking pin is locking the spindle.
      > The storage hole idea would parallel an appropriate lathe
      > addition for the chuck key.
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