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    PM sent.....
    Cheers Ross

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    HI,
    Looking for a Vertical Head for a FP1.
    If anybody has one for sale.
    Thanks,
    Paul

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    I am fixing up this grinding wheel dresser for a Jones and Shipman 540 APR:



    and need a new bellows, It should be rubber, a sort that resists grinding coolant and oils. A cross section drawing is here:



    ID around 35mm = 1 3/8", OD around 50mm = 2", compressed length 20-25mm (3/4-1"), open length at least 55-60mm (say 2-2 1/2") This is really just a piece of corrugated tubing. The good news is that it doesn't need any special fittings or diameters on either end.

    I went to a bicycle shop today and also to a car parts shop to try and find something suitable. The bike shop had ones that were too small in diameter, and the car parts shop had ones that were too big. (I need to find a motorcycle shop!)

    Any idea where I can find this easily? There are lots of bellows advertised, but the vendors rarely list the dimensions, just the application. (Apologies for off-thread, Don, feel free to move this if you want!)

    Cheers,
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    Default Bellows

    Ballen,

    These u-joint bellows from McMaster are pretty close. Will neoprene work?: McMaster-Carr

    Will McMaster deliver to Germany?

    Brian

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    I've purchased a few I found on eBay that came from China. They were of decent quality.


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    Hi Brian,

    Quote Originally Posted by bdsmith21 View Post
    These u-joint bellows from McMaster are pretty close. Will neoprene work?:
    This is close, but won't work because I need 5 ridges rather than 3. Why? Two ridges are "lost" to the fastening/sealing rings.

    I'm not sure if neoprene is ideal but if that's what I can get, I'll certainly try it.

    Cheers,
    Bruce

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stradbash View Post
    I've purchased a few I found on eBay that came from China. They were of decent quality.
    Please provide a link to the vendor or the Ebay user name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stradbash View Post
    Thanks, this one looks as if it might be suitable: Machinery Rubber Flex Corrugated Sleeve Moulded Bellows | eBay

    I have written to the vendor to ask about the ID inside the bellows part.

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    I am looking for a used NSV80 board or someone who can repair mine.
    It is from a Deckel FP4NC with a Dialog 3 controller.
    I have replaced all the caps, a few resistors and the TI 3055 transistor and it still blows the 1.25 amp fuse everytime it is powered up.

    Thanks for any parts of help you can provide.

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    I am looking for an spray both / cabine for an Deckel FP3CC.
    I know it is an long shot but maybe someone knows were there might be one.
    Condition is no issue.
    Let me know what you have.


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    Hello,
    I am looking for the both left and right plastic side covers for an FP4NC. They were both badly broken when the last person transported it. Also, there is a plastic cover that attaches to the spindle motor mounting bracket and also attaches the Y axis bellows. I need that as well. I have a number of Deckel parts and cash is always doable too if someone has these covers. I am located in northwest Ohio, USA and can pick the covers up personally if you are close. Thank you.

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    Looking for an older style Deckel high speed head connector- 4 in-line contacts, metal ovaloid housing.

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    high-speed-head-connector-2.jpg high-speed-head-connector-1.jpg

    If that looks about right send me a pm.

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    FWIW, that is the old style normal german 3-phase connector. I do not know until when this was standard, but my barn was built in 1949 and had these connectors in it. Also the grape press and the bottle cleaning machine were running with those connectors, probably completely illegal by now. They are rarely seen any more.

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    Default Maho 600 Wanted (or maybe Deckel...)

    I want a Maho 600 like this one: Maho MH 6 Universal Milling Machine - Horizontal and Vertical Milling | eBay

    (Or maybe a Deckel??)

    I am honestly inches away from buying this one, with one problem being distance. I'm 32 hours away... Seller seems really nice.

    Anyone driven that far for a machine? Farthest I've been for a machine is Utah County to Pueblo Colorado.

    I'm wondering if there are closer machines available... I really, really like this Maho. I believe it is 1st generation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheOldCar View Post
    I want a Maho 600 like this one: Maho MH 6 Universal Milling Machine - Horizontal and Vertical Milling | eBay

    (Or maybe a Deckel??)

    I am honestly inches away from buying this one, with one problem being distance. I'm 32 hours away... Seller seems really nice.

    Anyone driven that far for a machine? Farthest I've been for a machine is Utah County to Pueblo Colorado.

    I'm wondering if there are loser machines available... I really, really like this Maho. I believe it is 1st generation?
    You've never heard of freight trucks ??

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    Not a Maho guy, but that machine might be old enough to have plain bearing spindles...not a problem in itself but most would rather have "anti friction" bearings
    in a precision spindle...fewer issues with thermal growth and running at higher speeds...

    Photos are a bit confusing...appears to be several #40 tool holders shown, but most of the tooling shown is Morse...My
    guess is that the spindles are #4 Morse....

    Comments will likely start an argument, but most would prefer the later style spindle tapers...Fewer issues with sticking tooling and #40 holders are easily available or converted out of very plentiful
    CAT holders.
    Good luck.

    Cheers Ross

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milacron View Post
    You've never heard of freight trucks ??
    I started googling that during lunch...didn’t make it far. Any recommendations? I’m paranoid of damage, but freight carriers know what they’re doing. Wild guess, maybe $2500 for freight?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaGTA View Post
    Not a Maho guy, but that machine might be old enough to have plain bearing spindles...not a problem in itself but most would rather have "anti friction" bearings
    in a precision spindle...fewer issues with thermal growth and running at higher speeds...

    Photos are a bit confusing...appears to be several #40 tool holders shown, but most of the tooling shown is Morse...My
    guess is that the spindles are #4 Morse....

    Comments will likely start an argument, but most would prefer the later style spindle tapers...Fewer issues with sticking tooling and #40 holders are easily available or converted out of very plentiful
    CAT holders.
    Good luck.

    Cheers Ross
    Yikes, I never would have guessed plain bearings... I shouldn’t be so paranoid, though.


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