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    I'm curious as to how the chuck pictured and the other items such as faceplate and vise mounting plate mount on the indexing head spindle. That chuck is clearly not on a Morse taper 4. Does it screw on?

    I have the 40 taper indexing head and the 3-jaw chuck. Is the mount similar (or the same even) on the MT4?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jariou View Post
    I'm curious as to how the chuck pictured and the other items such as faceplate and vise mounting plate mount on the indexing head spindle. That chuck is clearly not on a Morse taper 4. Does it screw on?

    I have the 40 taper indexing head and the 3-jaw chuck. Is the mount similar (or the same even) on the MT4?

    Jacques
    Hello Jacques!

    Yes, the spindle is threaded, unlike the 40 taper version which uses a different mount with the four set screws......

    Kevin

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    Quote Originally Posted by jariou View Post
    I'm curious as to how the chuck pictured and the other items such as faceplate and vise mounting plate mount on the indexing head spindle.
    I've edited my post above and added a couple of pictures to clarify. The spindle is threaded on the outside and is Morse Taper 4 on the inside. The faceplate and vise mounting plates both have mechanisms to lock the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsg View Post
    Hello Jacques!

    Yes, the spindle is threaded, unlike the 40 taper version which uses a different mount with the four set screws......

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    Hi Kevin,

    Thanks for the clarification.

    Jacques

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballen View Post
    I've edited my post above and added a couple of pictures to clarify. The spindle is threaded on the outside and is Morse Taper 4 on the inside. The faceplate and vise mounting plates both have mechanisms to lock the thread.
    And thanks Bruce for the extra pictures that illustrate Kevin's answer perfectly.

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    I posted an older early model FP-1 some time ago. It's in the Montreal Canada area and is still available as I contacted the owners son today to make sure. Asking is 3000 Canadian and it comes with the original slanted chip pan but not much else. It's probably wired 600V 3 phase but can ask. Not in the greatest of shape judging from pics but it runs and may only be cosmetic. PM here or cell 5.1.4 eight one seven 7-2-3-2

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    Default FP1 with lots of tooling in 94022 zip.

    I have a FP1 with lots of tooling. Anyone in 94022 zip interested and wants to come and take a look?

    Regards, Vinay

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    Vinay, why not post pics and price here?

    Nandri.

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    Still have this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laurentian View Post
    I posted an older early model FP-1 some time ago. It's in the Montreal Canada area and is still available as I contacted the owners son today to make sure. Asking is 3000 Canadian and it comes with the original slanted chip pan but not much else. It's probably wired 600V 3 phase but can ask. Not in the greatest of shape judging from pics but it runs and may only be cosmetic. PM here or cell 5.1.4 eight one seven 7-2-3-2
    A member here went and looked this machine over recently. It's only worth is as project machine that needs to be torn down and completely rebuilt and gone over. It was run hard and put away wet ( more like dry actually ) it's entire life it so appears ( and sounds ).. worth a fraction of asking price.

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    Hi All -

    I have a '70's Deckel FP1 that I am planning to repower. I am offering the 220V, 3 phase motor and electrical cabinet for sale. I don't have a feel for what these are worth. If you are interested, please let me know and we will work it out.

    Thank you - Devin
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    If you don’t mind me asking, why get rid of the motor? If you have only single phase, get a vfd.

    L7

    Btw, did you buy Vinay’s?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DVR View Post
    Hi All -

    I have a '70's Deckel FP1 that I am planning to repower. I am offering the 220V, 3 phase motor and electrical cabinet for sale. I don't have a feel for what these are worth. If you are interested, please let me know and we will work it out.

    Thank you - Devin
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    Really ....seems short sited. 3 phase motors make better parts. better finishes etc... as the previous poster stated, better to employ a VFD and retain the original motor.
    Cheers Ross

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    I’m interested in the cabinet if you decide to sell. Where in California are you?


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    Quote Originally Posted by adh2000 View Post
    I’m interested in the cabinet if you decide to sell. Where in California are you?


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    I'm in Vista, CA. North part of San Diego.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaGTA View Post
    Really ....seems short sited. 3 phase motors make better parts. better finishes etc... as the previous poster stated, better to employ a VFD and retain the original motor.
    Cheers Ross
    I guess I should have been more clear. I am still planning to run a 3 phase motor, but was planning to get an inverter duty motor with a VFD. I am a bit concerned with running the factory motor on a VFD and having long term reliability issues. I would hate to hurt the original motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucky7 View Post
    If you don’t mind me asking, why get rid of the motor? If you have only single phase, get a vfd.

    L7

    Btw, did you buy Vinay’s?
    No, not Vinay's. This one came out of a shop here in SD. I don't think it got used much. Really tight and in great shape!

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    I would have zero concern that you would hurt the motor running it with a 240-V VFD. I run lots of old motors that way, and have done so for close to 20 years. The list includes:
    1960's Bridgeport M head 1/2 HP
    1950s Deckel pantograph
    1943 Delta drill press 3/4 HP
    1960s Aciera F2 mill
    1963 Brooks Crompton 3 HP

    It's not like the motor you have is made of platinum anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by DVR View Post
    I guess I should have been more clear. I am still planning to run a 3 phase motor, but was planning to get an inverter duty motor with a VFD. I am a bit concerned with running the factory motor on a VFD and having long term reliability issues. I would hate to hurt the original motor

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    Quote Originally Posted by rklopp View Post
    I would have zero concern that you would hurt the motor running it with a 240-V VFD. I run lots of old motors that way, and have done so for close to 20 years. The list includes:
    1960's Bridgeport M head 1/2 HP
    1950s Deckel pantograph
    1943 Delta drill press 3/4 HP
    1960s Aciera F2 mill
    1963 Brooks Crompton 3 HP

    It's not like the motor you have is made of platinum anyway.
    Great information fklopp! Thank you! I had reached out to someone that had done this but didn't hear back. I didn't want to make this move without knowing how it works out well for others. I may well keep the motor and just move to the VFD. Thanks again for the info!


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