Anybody know the ENCO FREE SHIPPING CODE for February?
- View SourceI spoke with ENCO not long ago and they were accepting WEBNRJN6. But now I'm pretty sure that was in late January.I have two of their Hot Deals sale flyers on hand. Both are current. Does the FREE SHIPPING CODE appear in these somewhere?Duh,Tom----- Original Message -----From: Jerry KimberlinSent: Thursday, February 09, 2006 10:44 PMSubject: Re: [mill_drill] Re: What attaches an EXPANDING ARBOR to your mill table?Tom Burgess wrote:
> Robert George suggested this 5C Indexing Spin Jig, which I think is a
> very good idea:
Yes the spin indexers are very good. I don't have one since
I have an indexing head, but it doesn't use 5-C collets
> Are 5C collets externally threaded at the rear of the collet?
5C collets are externally threaded at the rear for a drawbar
and are also threaded internally for an adjustable collet
stop so you can control the depth that a part will go into
the collet. That feature is quite handy too, especially
when making many parts of the same design.
> The Collet Fixture you suggest looks VERY strong. Do you know if the
> Spin Jig will hold a 5C collet as rigidly as that Collet Fixture?
I don't know since I don't have the spin indexer. I know
that the one I mentioned does quite well and you can bolt it
down so that the collet is horizontal or vertical. It is
not a very versatile piece of equipment though, and the spin
indexer would be more versatile, I think, since it can also
rotate to different positions. If it will go both
horizontal and vertical it will be very versatile and second
only to an indexing head.
> If they both will hold a 5C collet well, I'd opt for the Spin Indexer in
> order to get CHEAP INDEXING in the bargain...
I agree, you only need to decide on the best bang for the
buck. Either way, both tool holders will fulfill a need
eventually. Get the best one now, which will be the most
versatile - probably the spin indexer if you can get
together the $$ without hurting the budget too much.
> I know I'm going round and round on this, and tomorrow's the day to
> place my ENCO order.
Better to not be in a hurry to spend good money. I hope you
have the Enco free shipping code for February - if not, wait
until someone posts it. I don't have it yet or I'd mention it.