Re: [mill_drill] Re: Harbor Freight Mill/Drill 33686 Bearing ?
- Haha, I can understand. Personally, I love that SKF site for being such a comprehensive reference for bearing data. Often, though, it can take three or more readings to get what I need from a page! :) What I think is good to come away with is that what you had installed is labeled a P5 tolerance bearing. You have, of course, raised question regarding the reputability of those chinese bearings. That is understandable. The Nachi bearings are rated P4 according to the eBay listing. The chart was to enforce that the difference is negligible in this instance. We are talking about a running accuracy difference on the order of two micrometers (0.002mm = 0.000,07") TIR. -Arthur
On Monday, February 25, 2013, wrote:
Arthur,Thanks for the info. Now if I could just understand it. LOL!
From: Arthur Marks <arthur.marks@...>
To: mill_drill <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Mon, Feb 25, 2013 5:36 pm
Subject: Re: [mill_drill] Re: Harbor Freight Mill/Drill 33686 Bearing ?
- I am not sure what your milling table looks like but would you be able to
mount your tools on an adapter plate? I have this small vise attached to a
3/8 steel plate. It makes for very quick angle set-ups on the mill and
will bolt down to many of my other fixtures.