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    Don't know why but everytime I try to edit a post...

    Don't know why but everytime I try to edit a post of mine from my GSM, it gets deleted...

    So I repost here what I said before it disappeared : the machine is very beautiful and very clean, but...
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    I think you're in to take the gear selector off...

    I think you're in to take the gear selector off the machine.

    That's the only way you'll have a good insight into what's going on in there...

    Good news is it's not that much work !
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    What I mean is that the lobed coupling (polygon)...

    What I mean is that the lobed coupling (polygon) makes sense in the design of a toolholder when rigidity and precision are major concerns...

    But it is a total non-sense for a simple pulley, where...
  4. Thread: Deckel LK LKS LKD

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    I can't recall of any thread discussing LK...

    I can't recall of any thread discussing LK machines on this board or anywhere else. Ever.

    When I say discussing, I mean by someone actually owning and using such a machine !
    Thinking about it, ...
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    On the original setup, the rapid motor is mounted...

    On the original setup, the rapid motor is mounted vertically directly under the flange machined in the machine casting at the base of the feed bar.
    Just above the flange, there's a freewheel that...
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    When the feed motor runs, does it work properly...

    When the feed motor runs, does it work properly but just in the wrong direction ?

    There are a few setting pots on the electronic boards of the DC drive.
    Been a looooong time since I did...
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    I can't see no reason why it wouldn't work, and...

    I can't see no reason why it wouldn't work, and this is exactly the path I'd choose if I had to do it.
    Keep us posted !
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    Hey Don, if you want to become some kind of video...

    Hey Don, if you want to become some kind of video influencer, you should begin to market your person !
    Or you want to play it like in Charlie's Angels ?
    Then begin to market your machining angels...
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    I cut the inner thread with the Schaublin 125,...

    I cut the inner thread with the Schaublin 125, using the built-in electrical stops.

    Together with the brake motor, they provide a reliable and precise stop wich enabled to set the travel end of...
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    Merci Laurentian ! Bruce If it was...

    Merci Laurentian !



    Bruce

    If it was yours, you'd realize, you'd *feel* how un-necessary retaining screws are. That's for sure ! ;)
    Every time I venture in the design field for my...
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    Bruce Once the segments properly tightened on...

    Bruce

    Once the segments properly tightened on the traction ring, the risk of seeing them becoming loose is almost zero for different reasons.

    Remember this is a tool and cutter grinder...
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    Ok I think I get what you mean. So in fact,...

    Ok I think I get what you mean.

    So in fact, the uneven spacing of the segments when you insert them in the T-slot doesn't matter, providing they are in the right order.
    They are free and of...
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    Ross No, and there's no reason why the...

    Ross

    No, and there's no reason why the problem you describe would occur.

    Imagine the retaining and traction rings assembled and tightened.
    Now imagine there would be a way to divide (saw or...
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    Hi Bruce I went to the simplest solution and...

    Hi Bruce

    I went to the simplest solution and made a full retaining ring (check out the pictures above and you'll see the traction and retaining rings before I finish them).
    Then I cut it after...
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    Absolutely not. They screw in just like the two...

    Absolutely not. They screw in just like the two threaded rings did before the second one was divided in segments.

    The buttress profile of the threads doesn't generate any radial effort when...
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    Done ! Lockdown has some bright sides... I had...

    Done ! Lockdown has some bright sides... I had some time to play in the shop so at last the Deckel S11 workhead is repaired, and I think the result is nearly as strong as the original setup ! ��
    No...
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    Again, don't you think it's time for a few pics...

    Again, don't you think it's time for a few pics of that 150, NOW ? :drool5::drool5::drool5::drool5::willy_nilly:
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    Thanos The effort is already done.... But...

    Thanos

    The effort is already done.... But mostly, not by me !
    The english version of the Technical Bulletins was on the CD I bought from Alan (Wrench).

    It's been years since we heard of...
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    I fully agree Ross, but I'm just playing with my...

    I fully agree Ross, but I'm just playing with my machines. Not making a living with them.

    I already spend way too much time on the computer in my job, to be willing to do the same in the shop. ...
  20. I can probably do french. Drop me à PM if you...

    I can probably do french. Drop me à PM if you still need it.
  21. Probably worth trying with extreme care but...

    Probably worth trying with extreme care but without knowing how tight the fit is and if it's glued, I'd call it a *very* risky business !

    Why not trying to thread the pull stud directly in order...
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    Bruce I don't have the vernier caliper (nor...

    Bruce

    I don't have the vernier caliper (nor the the riser for the overarm required for that late model of the punch milling attachment so the vernier caliper would be useless anyway).

    My plan...
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    Bruce I suppose you could start searching...

    Bruce

    I suppose you could start searching with "Stempelfräseinrichtung"... Be prepaired : either it will be over-expensive, or you'll find it for peanuts. ;)

    I can't help but wonder how...
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    The x/y punch-milling attachment won't fit your...

    The x/y punch-milling attachment won't fit your MK4 dividing head.

    This version was (afaik) released well after Deckel adopted the SK40 standard for their spindle noses, and therefore, only made...
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    281429 281430 281428 Now it begins to look...

    281429 281430 281428

    Now it begins to look like something. The bracket will be located by the mean of three stutds engaging the three small vees on the side of the S11 workhead. From the first...
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