Quick Change Tool Post Pin Replacement (For Huge Cuts) Ft. STANKO Smart Lathe
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    Default Quick Change Tool Post Pin Replacement (For Huge Cuts) Ft. STANKO Smart Lathe



    So in this video, we replaced a standard tool post with a 40 position quick change tool post and replaced a new thicker pin for bigger cuts.
    Step by step process will be shown.


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    0:00 Intro
    1:17 Project Plan
    1:45 Quick Change Tool Post
    2:26 Tool Post Dismantling
    7:30 Tool Post Pin Analysis
    8:45 Components Clean Up
    9:04 Making A Thicker Pin
    16:08 New Pin with New Smart Lathe
    16:57 Wholes and Bolts
    17:37 New Pin Installation
    21:40 Tool Post Assembly
    25:00 End Result

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    Please don't.

    "Massive cuts" and any kind of quick change toolpost do not go together.....

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    Thats why you gotta watch it so you learn.

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    EWWWWW! Shouldn't have said that to digger.

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    Operator isn’t wearing safety glasses. Hard for me to see past that, no matter how excellent the information is. Only one marginal step beyond leaving the key in the chuck.




    Be safe and stay healthy




    Jeremy

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    Suppose it depends what your taking a cut off, nice hard nimonic or a bar of nylon ( I can take 1” cuts on my old Harrison lol, )
    I do like multifix but most of the big beasts we had in work were 1 way or 4 way, and a breaker bar instead of a hand wheel
    Mark

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    is that a "C" or a "D" size ?

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