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Need Headstock

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There is this project that uses an arduino - Electronic Dividing Head using the Arduino - Home Model Engine Machinist ... If you have 4 axis CNC capabilities,
Mark Stephen
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11:19 AM

Mill headstock sliding on dovetail

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... I think 1 was my problem. I was doing 1mm wide, 6mm deep cuts. I have not observed the problem when making wide, shallow cuts. Emil
Emil Johnsen
16
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Mar 17

Taig 3 jaw check has limited opening

(3)
I know A2Z makes steel step and plain jaws for the 3 and 4 jaw chuck: Soigeneris has them:
WAM
3
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Mar 15

Max spindle speed

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You don't need a sealed bearing on the nose. You do need ZZ, shielded both sides just to retain the grease in the bearings. Shielded one side Z bearings and
Don Rogers
17
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Mar 8

Boring on the lathe with a 1/4 drill chuck

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... Nothing unusual there. He's just using it like a right hand turning tool. Steve Blackmore --
Steve Blackmore
37
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Mar 7

Slight hesitation in motors with Taig Mill

(48)
I picked up a Ridgid WD1450 vac from Home Depot a couple years ago. It's nowhere near as quiet as a Fein or Festool, but also nowhere near as loud as your
Puckdropper
48
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Mar 6

Motor suggestion (UK)

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Agree completely with Pat. KISS principle applies. However, do NOT - repeat NOT - switch two 12V computer power supplies in series. This is extremely dangerous
Manfred Vormbaum
9
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Mar 2

Lubrication/cleaning of mill

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Emil, I believe that Taig suggests ATF as the lubricant and that is probably fine for most uses. You are operating at the high end of speeds for the Taig so
gebowes
3
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Mar 1

Re: [TAIGTOOLS] Re: Boring on the lathe with a 1/4 drill chuck

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... Did Taig change their boring bars? Mine have 1/4" sq shanks, same as the other tooling. I've purchased normal boring bars with round shanks, but those
Paul J. Ste. Marie
4
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Feb 17

Threading on a taig cnc vs. mechanical

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Wow, that's an impressive piece of work that I would really be proud of. I don't have a Taig lathe but I'd still like to build a gear box like that. On
William Hardin
9
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Feb 12

Re: Taig vs Sherline mill

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... It isn't a question of how much force is required to move the table. It's a question of how much force is required to prevent it from moving. The force is
Paul J. Ste. Marie
67
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Feb 8

Taig vs sherline mill

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sorry for the slow reply- i find it hard to navigate the messages because yahoo changed the group stuff when they got a new ceo from google - she made her
juangelt
19
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Jan 31

FW: [TAIGTOOLS] Taig vs Sherline Mill

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Lester, I know about CNC toolkit. Incidentally I'm in that yahoo group too. But its a very unfriendly software I have to say. It works but not user friendly at
baboonhead11
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Jan 30

Improving the accuracy of Taig mill, WAS: "RE: [TAIGTOOLS] Taig vs S

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... That is about it ... add my oldham coupling mod and even that potential backlash is removed. Just don't hammer the machine day in day out and expect it to
Lester Caine
10
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Jan 30
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