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    Found some more info. Now I need a date-night...

    Found some more info. Now I need a date-night with my Fluke to do the same research on my welders.

    I also discovered I've got the female end of the 4-pin connector/wire in my box of spool gun...
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    Here is the diagram of the SP200 dinosaur I found...

    Here is the diagram of the SP200 dinosaur I found on the web. Doesn't give me much to work with -- pretty high level.

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    Talked some more with people familiar with the...

    Talked some more with people familiar with the dinosaur of a welder this gun was used on. Came off of a big 480v Lincoln Idealarc SP200. There was an outlet in the spool bay of the welder right under...
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    Will be either a Millermatic 210 or a Hobart...

    Will be either a Millermatic 210 or a Hobart Ironman 210. Both have a 4-pin port for spool gun.

    I found a PDF user manual for the Magnum SG gun, but not accessible at the moment.
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    Magnum SG Spool Gun -- conversion?

    So I inherited a Magnum SG spool gun from work (closing our weld shop). But there is no controller to go with it. It's got the old school rectangular plug with 4 pins on inside and 2 on outside (see...
  6. Head pulled, bolt & gear replaced, and head...

    Head pulled, bolt & gear replaced, and head re-assembled. Just need to get rest of Acu-Rite z-axis put back together.

    As you can see in the pic, it actually worked out for me in the long run to...
  7. Vice grips did the trick. Wasn't on there as firm...

    Vice grips did the trick. Wasn't on there as firm as I imagined. Head is free. Just need to get my hoist a load balancer and get this job done (safely). Thanks for the help!
  8. Ahh, makes sense. I imagine either my work's shop...

    Ahh, makes sense. I imagine either my work's shop once had "the tool" or made their own since our electrician setup my mill and another with the Acu-Rite cnc setup. Our tool room and it's supporting...
  9. Thanks. I've sized up a socket that would work...

    Thanks. I've sized up a socket that would work with a little help from the die grinder.

    Lathe is next on the priority list to get back online.

    You'd think with that special part # being in a...
  10. Special spanner socket

    Finally getting the Z-axis Acu-rite pulled off so I can get to pulling this head.

    Where on earth do I get me one of these?

    "Z-axis Locknut Torque Tool ID 2003-7447"

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    Thanks you!
  11. To be honest, I didn't realize I called it a...

    To be honest, I didn't realize I called it a series 2 in the title, lol. Not like it says Series 1 right on the machine or anything. ****IT IS A SERIES 1, 2HP MILL****

    I've peered into the Z-axis...
  12. Here's the machine (before I moved it). Picture...

    Here's the machine (before I moved it). Picture it now with the 4th axis removed and the entire head rotated 180-deg...

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  13. Hind-sight is 20/20. I was using my little Makita...

    Hind-sight is 20/20. I was using my little Makita 18v cordless impact, but without the the 4th nut loosened, I hit a wall. The nut was a pain to get to (behind z-axis cnc box) and it "looked" loose....
  14. Pulling Series 2 Bridgeport Head -- what else while I'm in there?

    Last year I hit the "home machine shop lottery" when my work decided to give me a couple machines from the former shop. I snagged a 50x14 Clausing engine lathe as well as a very well equipped...
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