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    Hi there!
    I'm in need of a drawing of a taper for our 22VA machine. We only have a drillchuck for it today, and would like to be able to use large size drills, (taper 2 and 3)
    Anyway, what a great machine! We also have a Bridgeport clone, that we only use when making heavy work, otherwise we use the 22VA

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    I too have a 22VA, but have a tool stuck in the
    spindle, and I too would like to know how to get
    it out.
    When a tool is stuck, I have not been able to figure out how to get the spindle apart. Do you have a clue??
    You will notice an old posting about this, but have
    had no replys.
    Thanks
    Bill

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    I'll try and start a investigation "inhouse" to see if we have any kind of documentation ourselves. Since this is a plant, with app. 4500 people working it might take some time.. Maybe I'll be able to help my self this way [img]smile.gif[/img]

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    If you are abla to find out anything, I would appreciate your sharing the information with me.
    Thanks
    Bill

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    Hi Bill!
    My examination hasn't turned out succesfull! No documentation to be found.. But the machine we have in my department, is well working. You just pull up the handle to the top position, and with a quick movement the chuck is loose! There seem to be a number of balls holding it. Maybe yours is rusty? Have you ever had it out of the spindle?

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    Soren,
    I have not been able to get the tool out to inspect
    the problem. The tool was in the machine when I got
    it.
    A friend and I have tried everything to get it out
    to no avail. I have taken the spindle out of the
    machine, and am going to turn the tool down so tha
    the snap ring can be removed, and the head dis -assembled. I suspect as you that there is some rust
    involved, or possibly somehow the balls have come out
    of their sockets.
    Thanks for your reply, and looking through the literature files.
    Bill

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    Hope you solve the problem that way.. Kinda tough way but if it was useless the other way, maybe the only way!
    Good luuck with the project!
    Kind regards.
    Søren

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    I have an Aciera 24NC and it looks like it uses the same toolholders. It is descripted in the Aciera doc's : SK30 quick change. Has balls in the spindel. Some with the function of gripping the toolholder very tied. Others have the fuction of pushing the tool out of the conus if the handle for the toolchange is pushed to the full end. I have some drawing that explains how to disassemble the spindle and the quick change toolholder.
    I also would like to buy or make some extra toolholders for this machine but don't have the manufactur of these cones or any drawings. What is the exact location of the ball holes in the SK30?
    This is my machine :

    I found this photo on the web.
    They are all SK30 quick change toolholders

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    Wow, what a machine!!! The tooling you show looks
    like the tooling for my f22VA.
    Would it be possible for me to get copies of the
    assembly drawings and instructions for the spindle??
    I would be grateful, and would be glad to pay for
    copies and postage. Maybe I can help you find
    additional tooling. I don't have any extra at this
    point, but I get around and might find some.
    Thanks
    Bill Kimbrough

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    I've given up finding any taper.. I'll buy a BT30 taper, and drill the holes for the balls my self. If it works I'll try to scan a drawing of it, and post it, so others can do the same..

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    Succes!
    Bought a Taper 30/Taper 3 and drilled the holes myself!
    Anyone interested in the dimensions, please ask for them!

    Work already in second attempt!

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    I have finally been able to get the stuck tool out,
    and the problem was congealed oil/grease on the
    tool and teper along with the same in the balls.
    In any event, what a drill press!! Just a dream
    machine. I am so glad I persevered and got it right.
    Thanks for all of the help I have gotten from the
    members of this forum..
    Bill

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    I realize this is a really, really old thread, but I recently acquired a few drill chuck arbors with the same appearance as described in this thread, for an Aciera drilling machine. Just curious if anyone would be interested in them before I put them on eBay? They are all for mounting a drill chuck with a JT33 taper. I have 3 arbors without chucks and one has an Albrecht 1/32"-1/2" chuck still mounted to it.

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    Hi!

    Just sent you an email. Would really want those drawings .


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