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  • Industrial Hobbies mill alternatives The Home Machinist!

    Industrial Hobbies mill alternatives. Post by Sandiapaul » Tue May 29, 2012 4:35 pm Anyone here have direct experience with this machine? I have done research over at the CNCZONE and it gets some very bad reviews. Here is my situation, I'm looking for a cnc machine for my one man prototype shop/hobby shop. The shop is my primary means of

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  • Taper bore on CNC mill. practicalmachinist

    Thoughts on this program for taper boring? I have a 12" long, 3" TPF 18" dia. at the front bore to cut on the mill. The part has a rough bore already in it but I need to remove 4" from the inside diameter. Haas answer man sent me this: Which I like for it's simplicity and have had a fair amount of

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  • Backlash eliminator CINCINNATI MILLING MACHINE CO

    The piston rod 108 may have connection with the slidable spool 98 similar to that illustrated in Figure 3. The spool 98 has helical gears 109 and 110 at the opposite ends thereof, the gear 109 having its teeth at greater angularity than and in opposite direction to the teeth of gear 110. of backlash eliminator mechanism operative on the

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  • Straight Cone Military Crimp Remover Small by RCBS

    Straight Cone Military Crimp Remover Small by RCBS RELOADING PRODUCTSFor use on the RCBS Trim Mate Case Prep Center.

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  • Mills: RF31 or Enco 105 The HobbyMachinist

    I have in storage an RF 31 that is newer than My Enco 105 mill/drill. The RF 31 was dismanteled when put into storage. It was functional when I bought it at auction but I haven't ran it. My question is even though these machines are almost identical does one have an advantage over the other? The Enco is in the shop and used when needed.

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  • The National Acme Company AcmeGridley Machinist Life

    This machinist shirt is printed on an American Apparel shirt made in the USA. This machinist shirt displays the 1913 patent assigned to the National Acme Company of Cleveland, OH for automatic or semiautomatic turningmachines with a plurality of workingspindles, e.g. automatic multiplespindle machines with spindles arranged in a drum carrier able to be moved []

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  • Mills for Gunsmiths The HobbyMachinist

    Years ago I bought a HF round column mill and it has worked pretty well. I have built AR's and 1911's using it and the products have turned out rather well. To me a DRO is a option I cannot afford but I have a fair amount of experience running a mill. I recommend a

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  • Guns of the Week: RemingtonSmoot Buffalo Bill Center of

    Pictured is a RemingtonSmoot New Model No. 2 Revolver. Unlike the No. 1, the No. 2 had a steppeddown ejector rod. Between 1877 and 1885, about 3,000 No. 2s were made. While most were chambered for .32 rimfire short, some, like this one, were made for .30. Unloading the Myth A Side Dish to Every Lunch Part 3 of 3

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  • Transmission Bug Eyed

    Guide, Shift Rod 111701255B Holds your shift rod tube in place. Model From To Beet Heavy duty throw out bearing clips. $1.00 Gasket between nose cone and transmission. sold each. Fits 62 and up beetle, ghia, type3, thing, super beetle. O Ring Transmission Side Plate. $2.00.

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  • Milling round parts vs turning them practicalmachinist

    A lot of times I'll mill a bunch of round parts out of a block in the vise. Like a row of 10 plastic parts that don't need to be perfectly round. Buzz them out, slice off on bandsaw (or slitting saw on mill) and 2nd op the back in manual lathe. It's a really fast way to get a bunch of dumb parts.

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