Re: [mill_drill] Re: Intro...
- Hi Kevin,Actually, it's probably simpler than you're thinking. Two of the nuts are still just nuts, and I use a wrench to tighten them. The middle one has a piece of bar stock welded to it. It's about 5-6" long with two bends that produce about a 1.25" offset, so I don't skin my knuckles on the other two nuts.-Dave
From: "Kevin" <kevkeller@...>
To: "mill drill" <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, May 4, 2013 7:57:09 AM
Subject: [mill_drill] Re: Intro...
Do you have pictures of your setup? I am thinking of doing the same thing.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, d.seiter@... wrote:
> I know what you mean! After cutting my new drawbar to length, the first thing I did was make a simple clamp tightener from a nut and some bar stock,(one of the three clamp nuts was missing too) figuring that it would make setup faster if I didn't need to grab a wrench all the time.
> I forget what I was milling about a week later, but something wasn't right- it turned out that the entire milling head was rotating on the column. It's still handy to have the tightener, but now all three nuts get fully tightened before the mill gets turned on.
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