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X axis taper gib movement

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Another option: http://rick.sparber.org/GR.pdf This approach eliminates all movement of the gib relative to the apron. Any slop can cause binding. Rick From:
Rick - yahoo
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May 16

Spindle bearings

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OK, I now understand that the drive sleeve bearings may be the issue and am considering also replacing those.
ibsenafshar
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May 9

Who Invented High Speed Steel?

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Be very wary amazon dot com dot uk is not the correct address for amazon.co.uk !!!!!! Richard On 04/05/2017 17:33, Pete Mclaughlin
Richard
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May 5

New machining youtube channel

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If you use drill rod or similar as a back stop then implicitly it must be a "tight" fit in the slot. IMHO this option with the OD at the tight fit size for the
Richard
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Apr 15

50Hz

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If the motor plate says “50/ 60Hz” then it is rated to run on either frequency (also any frequency between 50 and 60 Hz.). Synchronous AC motors have
Craig E. Johnston
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Apr 7

Metric shop reference

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Since nobody had any suggestions I got the Engineer's Black Book, 2nd Edition (the worldwide metric one). -- Jerry Durand, Durand Interstellar, Inc.
Jerry Durand
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Mar 30
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