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  1. I sent a couple of PM about an ER 16. Did you...

    I sent a couple of PM about an ER 16. Did you receive and do you still have one for sale? Dave
  2. I've found that buck and bison are so available...

    I've found that buck and bison are so available on the used market that it is cheaper to buy a chuck for parts. I've bought two chucks for backplates and jaws for $150 each. Downside is both...
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    Cast iron seemed like it would dampen better and...

    Cast iron seemed like it would dampen better and generally will run in reverse although most holders have enough adjustment to run upside down. Dave
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    Consumers who place price above quality should...

    Consumers who place price above quality should share some blame here. My problem is the way companies try to hide the origin of their products. Had Walter offered a discount to try their new "...
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    Pewe is expanding their capacity to keep up with...

    Pewe is expanding their capacity to keep up with the demand left from Create. They have some new holders in development too. Dave
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    I tried to do it the way you suggested so thanks....

    I tried to do it the way you suggested so thanks. Dave
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    Rear Toolpost for Smart Brown 1024

    The S and B has a long cross slide and an original option was a rear toolpost that i don't have so this is my answer.321934

    I got some Class 40 grey cast iron and made a two piece mount. I hit (...
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    Pewe uses a different factory than Create. They...

    Pewe uses a different factory than Create. They moved when they had fit issues on some holders just as Create did. I don't know if that is resolved on the Create end. Euro standards for origin are...
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    When you factor in the shipping the cost of Pewe...

    When you factor in the shipping the cost of Pewe isn't much more than Create. A size A post and four 2090 holders cost me 244 Euro or about 300 USD plus shipping. I dealt by email with Peter there....
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    AXA or Pewe might be priced a little higher but I...

    AXA or Pewe might be priced a little higher but I believe both test their holders against an original Multifix. I have original holders and posts as well as Pewe and all 16 or so of the Pewe fit all...
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    I was milling some cast iron I thought was...

    I was milling some cast iron I thought was Durabar but hit a hard spot and burned up an endmill and blew out the inserts on a face mill. Would Durabar also have spots that hard or did i get a...
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    I need to make overarms for it. Otherwise a few...

    I need to make overarms for it. Otherwise a few minor issues but nothing that affect running it. Changing tooling is a stretch. Dave
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    Both are R8. From what I have read, the 40 taper...

    Both are R8. From what I have read, the 40 taper Lagun uses the same 3.375 quill rather than upsizing it to 4" . You can buy heads for the Acer that most Taiwan machines. The head includes a vfd,...
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    Acer 3VKH vs Lagun FTV 2 L

    Looking for opinions as to relative value and comparison between the two mills. Both are in like new condition. Lagun is twice the price ( about 6K difference ) but has about 2K or more add ones,...
  15. There is nice looking but not cheap Mori on FB...

    There is nice looking but not cheap Mori on FB mktplace in Wausau Wi. Probably and engine lathe. I'm not sure if Mori made toolroom lathes. Dave
  16. smaller than you want but have you seen the...

    smaller than you want but have you seen the Pacemaker on Bidspotter? Dave
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    I have a Suisse Multiquick. I believe it is...

    I have a Suisse Multiquick. I believe it is swiss or german. Of the Euro Multifix types I own I think this is most likely to fit the Create holders. I know it will fit Multisuisse, Minder, Mivesa,...
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    D1-4 Backplate for used chuck

    I wanted some two piece jaws for my older Bison 6" chuck. The price of new is very high ( almost cheaper to buy a new chuck ) but i found a used chuck with jaws that look to never have been removed...
  19. Nook, Roton, or Green Bay don't offer custom...

    Nook, Roton, or Green Bay don't offer custom precision ground leadscrews in my size. I'm trying a couple other sources but given the screw is for the tool slide and will only move a couple of...
  20. If the consensus of the group is precision...

    If the consensus of the group is precision ground, I will go with it. I wasn't sure if a compound screw benefited enough to be worth the custom effort. Dave
  21. They don't have any but may have blanks for the...

    They don't have any but may have blanks for the backlash nuts. I sent an email to Greenbay Manufacturing about making a precision screw and asked them if new nuts need to made or not.

    I'm also...
  22. PO=ABEC 1 P6=ABEC3 P5=ABEC5 P4=ABEC7 Kind...

    PO=ABEC 1
    P6=ABEC3
    P5=ABEC5
    P4=ABEC7

    Kind of a weird comparison. Dave
  23. Any SKF Explorer is an ABEC 3 or P6 if you want...

    Any SKF Explorer is an ABEC 3 or P6 if you want to try them first. Natchi Quest is similar. Those are small bearings so a CN or C2 clearance in a ABEC 3 or 5 might be just fine. You want to avoid...
  24. Precision in a sealed stamped steel cage bearing...

    Precision in a sealed stamped steel cage bearing is very rare and almost impossible to source. I found a guy who could get them from NSK directly from China but I really believe he just found...
  25. The machine is pretty good for a 1960s vintage...

    The machine is pretty good for a 1960s vintage machine. I'm not a great machinist but I've rehabbed enough machines that I'm a decent judge. this one has been weird in that other than the compound...
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