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Sherline Gibs

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I, for one, would like to thank you for that. It's a good resource. My Sherline gibs arrived but another couple of issues have kept me from trying to get them
montanaaardvark
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May 24

Getting My Mill Working Right Again

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Bob, Your description ".... while doing rapids back and forth on X, the gib would be pushed out Or else it would jam so tight it was next to impossible to get
danieltbarber
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May 21

Optimal roughing feedrates and stepovers?

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You mentioned plunge milling. If you are plunging into solid material then use a slot drill instead of an end mill as the flutes are offset across the face of
Bill Watts
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Apr 30

Re: Recommended feed rates and stepover

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A good quality roughing end mill will help with material removal rates for roughing purposes, save the regular end mills for finishing. Martin  Bill Thomas
Martin Dobbins
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Apr 28

Stepper motor drive of lathe

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Thanks for the update. Keep the group posted on your progress. I find the KL-11080 interesting in that it eliminates the need for a separate power supply. No
danieltbarber
84
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Apr 23

Not Round Holes with a Twist Drill

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If anyone tries to find these drills, you will have better luck searching for “screw machine” length drills , rather than “machine screw” length. Andy
Andy Wander
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Apr 12

Re: [sherline] Re: Digital Microscope camera and headband magnifier

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Hi Dan, I've read about doing that. One can also use a piece of .062" PCB to insulate and provide the contact. It's not the edges that are becoming a
Alan Marconett
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Mar 29
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