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    Evidence of that can be found in the parts...

    Evidence of that can be found in the parts manuals, where the head casting and quill are listed as a set with the same reference number.
  2. How about showing your "worst of the worst" photo...

    How about showing your "worst of the worst" photo album instead of teasing us, Peter ? :D
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    I suppose "most" is the word in this situation......

    I suppose "most" is the word in this situation...
    But anyway, a tilting and swivelling table is a must have imho. Universal is the cherry on the cake.
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    The tooth profile on a rack is not the same as on...

    The tooth profile on a rack is not the same as on a gear.
    Much simpler in fact, since the tooth will have plain straight flanks, and not the involute shape found on gears.
    So no need to butcher a...
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    Machine porn

    With Ross getting lazy lately (;)), it seems like I don't have enough of my weekly machine porn fix anymore...

    I'm not too much of a social networks guy, but if you feel like me and you NEED to...
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    Still, let me point out that the vise I...

    Still, let me point out that the vise I mentionned would give you the benefit of a full range opération without fussing around with the screw anchor, and a much beefier screw to begin with.
    So...
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    Why not look for a swiss Fribosa or its german counterpart from EHS or Spreitzer (I think Röhm makes the same vice as well) ?
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    Yes John : the hex nut that secures the rod axle...

    Yes John : the hex nut that secures the rod axle on the "crankshaft".
    You will have to align it with the hole on the front of the sliding member, and loosen it as you will take both parts apart....
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    Doesn't look Heidenhain-ish at all to me.

    Doesn't look Heidenhain-ish at all to me.
  10. I don't think the reseda green would have...

    I don't think the reseda green would have outlined the gorgeous shpaes of the machine so well.

    I suppose that's the way it goes when you hire the design department of a shoebox company.:rolleyes5:
  11. A well planned and executed work. Kudos !

    A well planned and executed work. Kudos !
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    Here's a first idea (from the manual for a later...

    Here's a first idea (from the manual for a later aktiv FP2)...

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    And here's the answer : 300kg

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    The very principle of a boring head is to offset...

    The very principle of a boring head is to offset the tool, so the centering aspect is irrelevant for the choice of such an accessory.

    Plus consider the added overhang of a bigger boring head will...
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    Contact Peter then... He's got what you're...

    Contact Peter then...

    He's got what you're looking for, and I'm sure he can work something out that will be much easier than trying to figure out what a machine that was prepaired for a machinery...
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    Stephen Thomas comes to mind also......

    Stephen Thomas comes to mind also...
    Michiganbuck, Carbidebob, John Stevenson, to name just a few others outstanding posters...
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    If I were you, I'd ask for a refund for the...

    If I were you, I'd ask for a refund for the Wohlhaupter nevertheless... :sulk:
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    Even more interesting would be to know *HOW* you...

    Even more interesting would be to know *HOW* you put it back in the right place...:D
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    Early generations FP1's only have 250mm of travel...

    Early generations FP1's only have 250mm of travel for x, and no separate electrical cabinet as well (among other differences).
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    Hi Grazio While it's always nice beeing able...

    Hi Grazio

    While it's always nice beeing able to take a look at the internals of a rather rare machine, some general pictures would probably give us a better sense of where you are with the 150...
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    Welcome back ! How about a few pictures of...

    Welcome back !

    How about a few pictures of the machine as it is now ?
    That surely would bring some interest here.
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    How to "straight wire" an Active Deckel to use...

    How to "straight wire" an Active Deckel to use regular DRO ?

    Scroll down a little, and let there be light... ;)
  22. Reminds me of older Kesel NC series vices, wich...

    Reminds me of older Kesel NC series vices, wich featured the same kind of "anchor" doubling the ways (except on the Kesel, the anchor was located between the ways).
    I think the theory was to...
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    I don't recall seeing that part on my 13. Looks...

    I don't recall seeing that part on my 13.
    Looks too long and flimsy to be the feed joystick and I can't think of another comparable part elsewhere on the machine.
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    After asking myself at first, I decided those...

    After asking myself at first, I decided those parts were probably here to set the axial position of the shaft assembly somehow, thus the bevel gear...
    That's just a guess of course, but I could not...
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    It's a needle bearing. The drawing is in...

    It's a needle bearing.

    The drawing is in french :
    52 aiguilles = 52 needles - Diam 2 / length 15,8mm.

    It's for the freewheel mechanism that allows to engage the rapids while the auto feed is...
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