Schaublin 213 deviding head collets
Right now I have a Schaublin 213
I mentioned that earlier in a post( Schaublin 213 Anybody worked with one of these )on the Schaublin subforum but I better had it posted over here at the euro milling machines
Any way It came with a dividing head with a hollow spindle which adapts collets
So collets W20 fit but then the original drawbar is way to short, say 20-30mm W20 collets do fit the ground surface inside the spindlebore
So my question, is there a extended W20 collet of some kind or do I have to make a new drawbar or modify the existing one and keep wondering why it came with this drawbar
This dividing head is Schaublin I know for sure as it has the polygon shaft to adapt the gears for spiral milling which also came with my Schaublin 135 lathe I have right now
It also came with a turntable (see picture)
My second question is if this is a schaublin table or not
peter from holland
I don't have the answer to your drawbar question, but your rotary table is 100% Schaublin for sure.
You're lucky to have the tailstock with your dividing head since it is pretty rare. At least, I've seen several dividing heads for sale over the years, but I there's only one auction I can recall, where the tailstock was included.
The tailstock (along with the machine) is for sale so here is your chance
But thanks for the conformation for the turntable
Peter from Holland
For the moment I'm on something much bigger...
I just edited my previous post to add a view of the dividing head, taken from Schaublin litterature.
There is another dividing head that doesn't have the shaft and gearing for helical milling. Otherwise it is the same design, center height, tailstock, etc. I suspect the drawbar you have is for the simpler dividing head. How that came to be, I can't tell of course. I'll look up the literature and post it in a little while. It may have the drawbar lengths listed.
FWIW - I have three 50mm quills (cartridge spindles) that interchange on fixtures between my 102 and my 12 mill. They all have a "Schaublin" drawbar. There is nothing to betray, for example, that one quill is Habegger or Mikron or some other Swiss brand. Yet the drawbars---and their corresponding spindles---differ in length by as little as 10mm. I havelearned some questions have no answers with the Swiss!
Could it be that it takes P20 collets rather than W20? These are internally threaded (either M10 or M12, can't remember). Does an internally threaded W20 drawbar actually fit down the spindle?
Originally Posted by peterve
On the 13 machine, the P20 collets fit both the vertical head (when turned upside down) and the dividing head.
What spindle taper is in the machine: ISO30 or ISO40? I see you have some collets that fit this taper.
The drawbar fits the W20 collets It is only too short
It overall lenght is long enough that I can turn back the shoulder
It all seems so original(hardened and all) that i keep wondering how it was ment originaly
This is a Iso 40 taper BTW
Peter from Holland