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markknx
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Feb 8

mill drill X axis power feed

(21)
I'm interested in the nema 34 motor one piece for now. Please conct me directly at rjitreeman0909@yahoo.com Details about motor, recommendations for driver,
rjitreeman0909
21
posts
Feb 6

Chained driver

(6)
On 02/04/2016 04:20 PM, 'Terry Coombs' snagone@yelcot.net [MILL_DRILL] ... I once worked on the design for some new medical equipment for patient contact
Jerry Durand
6
posts
Feb 4

Have ya' ever gotten your Head STUCK

(12)
Brian, I encourage you to perfect your method of restoring the head to its original XY position after a change in Z. Just because others were not successful
Rick - yahoo
12
posts
Jan 10

new article: An ER-20 Collet Holding Plate

(5)
Scott, Having straight sided holes certainly gets the job done. It appears that your holder is made in two pieces. The top piece is just holes and the bottom
Rick - yahoo
5
posts
Jan 4

Jig Help

(21)
Snag, That's 100% correct. My drill bushings need to go in and out so I can interchange them. Pressed fit drill bushings will not work for my application.
Frank
21
posts
Jan 4

Must be my imagination

(4)
I have the exact same issue. I haven't been able to figure it out either. On Fri, Jan 1, 2016 at 8:59 PM, Jerry Durand jerry_durand_california@yahoo.com
Carlos Antunes
4
posts
Jan 1

new article: Building A Minimum Quantity Liquid Coolant System

(34)
David, Part of the attraction of Brian Lamb's MQL Coolant System is the use of 10 PSI air. This blows the chips away from the cutter without sending them
Rick - yahoo
34
posts
Dec 31, 2015

Stiff Y-axis RF30

(14)
"Most" isn't good enough. The gib can't slide at all. Rick
Yahoo gMail
14
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Dec 26, 2015

Spline Wrench

(32)
It looks small because that is a large Enco 6” vise. Dan Coleman From: MILL_DRILL@yahoogroups.com [mailto:MILL_DRILL@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Tuesday, December
Dan and Marlene Coleman
32
posts
Dec 23, 2015

Removing Y axis nut

(10)
Glad to hear you avoided damage! Rick
Rick Sparber
10
posts
Dec 23, 2015

Backlash reduction on X and Y axis

(9)
I like your idea of applying axial force to reduce play in the bearings. It is essential that the force helps to keep the bearing snug on the shaft also keep
Rick - yahoo
9
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Dec 15, 2015
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