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    Good idea, thanks!

    Good idea, thanks!
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    Ross, Per FPS: - machine does not have needle...

    Ross,

    Per FPS:
    - machine does not have needle bearings, FPS regards these as no longer modern and too difficult to change, they are using shoulder bearings same as NC machines
    - guideways of...
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    Need a really sexy german first name, any...

    Need a really sexy german first name, any suggestions ?
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    How To: ways gib

    I need to fabricate a replacement gib for a small manual milling machine I'm refurbishing. I plan on creating something close using mill, then bringing it to proper tolerance on surface grinder. I...
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    Here's a photo of the slotting head: 259643 ...

    Here's a photo of the slotting head:

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    And the high speed head:

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    And the horizontal over-arm:
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    I really like those Fehlmann machines....in my...

    I really like those Fehlmann machines....in my case, I'm matching my manual Deckel/FPS mill with a Brother Speedio for CNC, also soon to be delivered.
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    You are correct, MQL is for cutting, not way...

    You are correct, MQL is for cutting, not way lubrication.
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    Not sure about the spindle bearings, will ask...

    Not sure about the spindle bearings, will ask them.

    Top spindle speed is 2000 RPM. I do have the high-speed head, and also plan on retrofitting a Rusnok head, both which go to 6000 RPM. And I've...
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    Small little projects, prototyping, high-tech...

    Small little projects, prototyping, high-tech artwork.
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    Here's a cool photo of the Spiral Milling...

    Here's a cool photo of the Spiral Milling Attachment:

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    More expensive than I care to admit. FPS built a...

    More expensive than I care to admit. FPS built a custom machine for 60Hz and also MQL (minimum quantity lubrication). There are a lot of accessories which cost more than the machine. Once it arrives...
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    New FPS 300M ready for shipment

    My new model year 2019 FPS 300M ready for shipment from germany:
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    There are a lot of accessories, more photos to follow....
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    Yah, I figured it out, and figured out why the...

    Yah, I figured it out, and figured out why the gib wasn't coming out....there was a pin stuck in one of the gib screw holes that was rubbing against the gib...finally got the gib out (it is totally...
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    Burke No 4: now to remove table

    I'm very green at this, and just getting started tearing down a Burke No 4 Milling Machine. I'm having trouble removing the table. I presumed that I remove the gib and the table should pick right up,...
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    I second this, thank you EmanuelGoldstein. ...

    I second this, thank you EmanuelGoldstein.

    Also thank you Zahnrad Kopf.

    Also, big thanks to motion guru as well.

    This thread has been tremendously valuable.
    The expertise on this forum is...
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    EmanuelGoldstein: OK, I'll throw you a bone (or...

    EmanuelGoldstein: OK, I'll throw you a bone (or get a little less stubborn....)....yes, my Deckel is manual and not NC, sorry.....BUT WAIT....I do have a Brother Speedio with rotary/simultaneous 4th...
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    I'm going to make another stab at stating my...

    I'm going to make another stab at stating my requirements:
    - I want to make quality relatively standard gears "on demand"
    - I am able and willing to purchase ahead of time a whole bunch of...
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    I know you all think I'm nuts, but I have in mind...

    I know you all think I'm nuts, but I have in mind to do some careful experiments to determine whether I can get the Deckel horizontal spindle to sync with great accuracy with the rotary. I'm still...
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    Yes, of course, I'm learning a lot from you all...

    Yes, of course, I'm learning a lot from you all and also from all the reading I'm doing, and THANK YOU for that :)
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    Dazz, please see my concerns above regarding the...

    Dazz, please see my concerns above regarding the slotting approach, am I missing something? Slotting approach still seems more complicated than gear hob approach to me....presuming of course that I...
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    ZK: so I'm looking at the Maag process which is...

    ZK: so I'm looking at the Maag process which is very similar to what dazz had proposed. Here's what I see as complications presuming you are creating an accessory for Deckel manual mill:
    - you need...
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    So i'm looking at the Maag machines, and it...

    So i'm looking at the Maag machines, and it appears to me that these machines are very similar to the Sunderland approach except the cutting action is vertical versus horizontal, am I getting this...
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    I would think that this forum should encourage...

    I would think that this forum should encourage out of the box thinking about how to modify or create better machines.
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    Interesting, I'll give it some thought.

    Interesting, I'll give it some thought.
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    FYI, this is a very interesting article Nasa...

    FYI, this is a very interesting article Nasa Reference Publication 1406 which provides a solid mathematical theory for Involute Spur Gears (among others): NRP-1406 NASA REFERENCE PUBLICATION...
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