- ... Get a project box at radio shack - all the electronics fit neatly into it, and the controls can mount on the front panel. I added spade connectors to allMessage 1 of 38 , Mar 31 10:23 PMView Source
> How did youGet a project box at radio shack - all the electronics fit neatly into it,
> mount the controller
and the controls can mount on the front panel. I added spade connectors to
all the wires so replacing the controller or motor would be easy if it broke
down in the middle of something (I bought a spare motor and controller just
in case, but a year later and the treadmill motor is still powering the
- email@example.com is Felice Luftschein and Nicholas Carter. See the Taig Lathe pages at http://www.proaxis.com/~taig ... The crosslide screw is loctited (redMessage 38 of 38 , May 31, 2000View Sourcefelice@... is Felice Luftschein and Nicholas Carter. See the Taig
Lathe pages at http://www.proaxis.com/~taig
> Btw, anyone know of a quick and easy (dirty?) way to make up aThe crosslide screw is loctited (red -heat needed) to the handwheel, be very
> C-spanner for the leadscrew dial backplates? The backlash on the
> top-slide and cross-slide dials is something shocking on my setup (the
> vertical milling attachment has escaped unscathed so far...).
careful adjusting these, as you can bend or snap them off easily. It may be
that you just need new nuts, which are certainly easier to replace.