Yes, thats the manual for my machine, but that isnt explained there. Or i am missing it.I'd start with a manual. This appears to be the machine you have:
Are you talking about this ?At top of quill there is most likely a drawbar, but since you did not include that part in pic I can only assume its there, loosen it a turn or 2 and tap on it to release the taper. Once taper is loose, unscrew it the rest of the way to remove the tool.
The manual will show you how things fit together, but won't tell you how to do many things. That is learned by a combination of careful reading, and comparing it with the hardware. And a lot of trial and error.Yes, thats the manual for my machine, but that isnt explained there. Or i am missing it.
Yea, i got the manual, but its just basic stuff. Their support is abysmal. If i knew that, i would never buy from them.The manual will show you how things fit together, but won't tell you how to do many things. That is learned by a combination of careful reading, and comparing it with the hardware. And a lot of trial and error.
Do you have the actual manual, or just a datasheet? I didn't find anyplace on the Fervi website to obtain the manuals, or for support.
Thank you. I managed to do it. It went out.Odd setup... I'd back the bottom nut up 2-3 turns and then knock the draw-bar &. When re-assembling run it back down & tighten the collet with the bottom nut.
Good luck, Matt
That looks like a holder for a shell milling cutter. There are a few different sizes of those so make sure of that before you buy a cutter that wont fit.First 2 pictures show the part i took out. Is this used for milling? If yes, what kind of chuck i need ? The one i got with the macihine , doesnt fit.
Yes, That is normal for basic gear change machines. The gears line up from where you are shifting them out of but they will need to turn a little to line the teeth up on the new set you are trying to shift into. A tiny rotation of them is what lines up the teeth in the new gear. Dont shift gears when it is running or still turning, that may chip or break off teeth.Ok, but is that normal? Should machine work in that way that it needs manual adjustment with hand to go in gear?