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(24)KC850 is a grade of insert, not a specific style of insert. Think of it kind of like 1018, 1045, or any other grade or series of steel that comes in all
(20)Hi Greg, Thank you for interpreting my post in the way it was intended - the British sense of humour is not always recognised...... A saw tooth viewed 'from
(14)Hello Prasad, Here is an old idea for a power feed. It might give you a few ideas.
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(8)GREAT! Thanks Rick for the photos. Those are exactly what I was looking for. Dose not look Rube Goldberg to me. More like ingenious. I have a finished basement
(4)It came to me last night in bed. Today I searched "mrpete222 tap wrench" in Google and sure enough I found my answer.
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(12)Ed, FYI, I found an online store that sells an upgrade kit for the Y axis. I have no personal knowledge on how well-made it is, but it's not all that
(4)Hi Dave, They are rated for 1/2" diameter side and 1" diameter end cuts. I suspect this has to do with cutter geometry versus surface speed than it does with
(7)I'll give that a try, thank you.
(16)Yep, Mike has found some that utilise the clamping between T nut and clamp body. This puts the Cast Iron under compression and that is where it is at its best
(4)I used my slitting saw on a hunk of Acetal yesterday (to make a nonconductive mount for my Z axis DRO scale). Due to the size of the piece I had to do an
(19)FWIW, I started wondering about a .001" change in my Z axis when it is locked. While I had done some things with the gib screws to improve things, I did not
(4)Yup, I guess I didn't switch groups before posting. Sorry about that!
(24)Next time my X2 gets some serious controller attention, I think I may put a steel box in place of the one that's there (some kind of resin or fiberglass). Note
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