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    Default #11 blanchard wheel holder ?

    On the little #11 blanchard's with quick change cylinder wheels, what actually holds the wheel? What actually presses against it? I see set screws around the periphery, what do they bear against?

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    I would call it a shoe that presses into the side of the wheel to clamp. I think this may be in 3 places?

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    I assume the inside of the shoe matches the radius of the cylinder wheel. what is it made of?

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    That would be correct on matching the radius of the wheel.

    I would have to assume the material would be mild steel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cash View Post
    That would be correct on matching the radius of the wheel.

    I would have to assume the material would be mild steel.
    Mebfab, if you need a picture, I can pull one off. My #11 uses the cylinder wheels also. I’m not positive but I think the “shoes” were bronze.

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    Not a bad idea to pick up a manual..
    https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_fro...anual&_sacat=0

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hobby Shop View Post
    Mebfab, if you need a picture, I can pull one off. My #11 uses the cylinder wheels also. I’m not positive but I think the “shoes” were bronze.
    If you get a chance, please. And stick a magnet to it if you can. See if its steel or?

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    The set screws are supposed to lock in the dovetail so they don’t fall out when changing the wheels. After dropping the wheel I noticed it was slipping in the holder. My shoes are only touching on the ends.

    edit. The sketch didn’t show up. Shoot me pm with your email and I’ll send it over. How the hell does everyone post perfect pics? I’ve been having nothing but problems for the last year.
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    Thank you for the picture. I assume the taper is factory and not just years of wear.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mebfab View Post
    Thank you for the picture. I assume the taper is factory and not just years of wear.
    Yes. These parts are brand new. The PO of my grinder had them sitting on a shelf since the early 70’s. They only used diamond wheels to grind carbide broaches.


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