I usually start off about 175 for a 4mm
Here’s a few companies to try if you haven’t already tried them
MIM wearparts (Milling international)
Steve woods undercarriage (Wigan)...
no idea I’m afraid, my pals got a kearns S type and it’s the other hand to my SH 75
I can make one up if needed, I do a lot of this type of work. PM me and I can forward over my contact details .
It’s was on an online auction, non runner as it had a gear broken in the head. It’s an Sh75 with a 1m square table. Weights just under 10t
me and that borer have a Turbulent relationship. I love it but it hates me and insists that I keep spending money on it.
Repairs to a bearing housing on a gearbox casting.
Garryson or pfered
Press and peg a sleeve in and tell no one!
Come on then - what’s the job ?
You’ve not dropped a bullock untill you’ve overbored a 100 grand casting ....
Show us a picture of your compound angle - because now I’m thinking about it , if you had 14 instead of 76 or vide versa the thread would be butchered
14 degrees for screwcutting will be 76 degrees on the compound .
you need to be 14 degrees off the x axis (cross slide axis) the compound is...
Blue indicates 240. So it’s a 240 v three phase plug, my servo drives on one of my machines runs on 240 three phase
I’ve done a little work on that engine, I line bored the horn plates for 3rd shaft and the axle boxes
Il travel as far as they are willing to pay,
I give them the hourly rate, your travelling rate, your mileage rate and the overnight stay costs...
similar To ridgid tapping on a NC mill
It’s all a bit subjective really - Leverage all depends on how big a diameter your chuck is. And motor power all depends on how big your motor is
There will be a few machine tool lovers on here that won’t like this, but hey ho - I’d get it started with a centre in the back of the tap and a...
Can’t help with the machining cos I’m busy on at the moment but I would agree with pressbrake - it will be fine out of mild
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