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Re: spun collet in mill spindle

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  • Phil Teague
    ... You will need to remove the spindle from the machine. That is a lot of trouble. I wouldn t replace the pin. It is not really necessary anyway. As you have
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 30, 2005
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      --- In mill_drill@yahoogroups.com, "Todd Wright" <mcleancopuller@y...>
      wrote:
      >
      > I have a grizzly G3358 mill/drill that is the same machine that HF,
      > Enco and WT imports. Anyway I spun the collet in the spindle. Didn't
      > do any damage other than shearing the locating pin off. I'm actually
      > not even sure that it sheared; it may have backed out. What is the
      > proceedure for replacing the pin?
      >

      You will need to remove the spindle from the machine. That is a lot of
      trouble. I wouldn't replace the pin. It is not really necessary
      anyway. As you have discovered it doesn't keep you from spinning a collet.
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