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New arrived with a problem. ( Tramming inside )

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PigiJust caught up with all my emails.Well done with fixing the mill,you know have a very accurate machine.Keep your data you recorded for the future,its
John Lindo
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10:43 PM

Another mini mill mod - Z axis

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Thanks Harvey! I do understand how worm gear and screw work, and what they are :) And yes, picture is a thousand words worth! Now, reading your idea, after
stkovac
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7:04 AM

Setting the Grizzly/Sieg SX2L Mill Easily and Accurately to the Ver

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hello John B, sorry to butt in, and I haven’t read the whole thread but have you seen the Titan mill in Australia – this is a Great Leap Forward (as they
Hugh
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May 15

Grizzly / Sieg SXS2L Rock and Roll Syndrome

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Good morning Hannu So if the big mills have the flex also, I'm just as well off with what I have, used the way I do, as long as the results meet the accuracy
Warren LeMay
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May 15
Hannu Venermo
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May 14

Edge Milling question

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Hi Harvey: You must use an endmill smaller than any slot you wish to make because tool deflection WILL cause the endmill to eat the side of the slot resulting
Barry Young
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May 12

So Long, and thanks for all the fish!

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Hey Chef: Maybe join my G0796 group? The mills are essentially the same.  Thank you. Barry Young From: "chefjuke@chefjuke.com [GrizHFMinimill]"
Barry Young
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May 11

Cutting a 45 degree angle

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Thanks, Harvey, and Barry. I thought you guys would see it that way. And the limits are reasonable. I wouldn't talk much of blacksmithing here, except perhaps
oldstudentmsgt
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May 11

Any way to adjust backlash on HF 44991 x axis?

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I have already added a locking nut to the X axis. I'll have to look at it this weekend. My Y axis has very little backlash. Bob
bob_guenthner
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May 8

Tilt Column LMS modification?

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Great stuff. Thanks. I never thought of offsetting the weight sideways. This gives a huge moment arm, with a relatively small mass. The measurements were
Hannu Venermo
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May 3

Boring Heads for small work

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Hi John, Regarding Dale's suggestion of using reamers, a reamer will "follow the hole" and so while producing an accurate diameter will usually result in a
Ian Newman
3
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May 2

Need motor brushes for a Real Bull / Big Dog Mini-mill Motor

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Sounds like the mill is running better than the spouse.....time to quit while you're ahead and make chips.... Warren
Warren LeMay
24
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May 2

Mini-Mill spindle problems anyone?

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I encountered the same issue. what I did was, since it was a double lip seal, I cut the inner lip (the one that goes with the spring). It still generated some
elad_shina
11
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May 2

Chatter question

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Hi Gerry, That depends entirely on how well you tram the mill head during set-up This statement is not correct. To show the point I was trying
Ian 1
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Apr 17

HF 44991 minimill fuse?

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Jim, It's Peter Brush, address is below his webpage is www.olduhfguy.com. He repairs minimill and minimill circuit boards. He charge $50 plus shipping. Peter
Bob Guenthner
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Apr 13
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