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  1. You lifted your machine over the long side of the...

    You lifted your machine over the long side of the pallet
    I try to prevent that. I prefer the short side More stable and 3 plancs under the forks to prevent tipping over
    Ask me how I know :D...
  2. Left is not a ER collet Right one is a OZ ...

    Left is not a ER collet
    Right one is a OZ

    Peter
  3. What might help is tapping on eighter nut or...

    What might help is tapping on eighter nut or screw lenghtwise both ways as soon as you feel resistance That will deform the softer nut slightly
    Turn the screw a bit deeper after it turns freely...
  4. If I invert the colors on that picture and play...

    If I invert the colors on that picture and play a bit more I see 3280
    So I presume it is standard 380 volts
    You can look if KW and Amps fit for a 380 volts Dahlander motor

    Peter
  5. Let us know the outcome please Peter

    Let us know the outcome please

    Peter
  6. The neutral is not connected to anything Neighter...

    The neutral is not connected to anything Neighter of them

    Just changed the secondary winding from delta to star
    And then I connected the primary to my 380 volt 3ph powernet

    Peter
  7. Transformer 3ph 220-140 changeover to 380-140 Volts

    I have a transformer in my 220volts 3ph Mikron WF2/3SA
    It is a 220 volt to 140 volt transformer
    Primary is in star (with a neutral)
    Secondary is in delta
    I figured out that with the secondary...
  8. Have a special tool made out of a solid piece of...

    Have a special tool made out of a solid piece of carbide perhaps
    How deep would be interesting
    Sinker EDM the TR22x8 is also possible I think

    Peter
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    What I found out is that when you grind CI on a...

    What I found out is that when you grind CI on a surface grinder bothe sides it silver solders very easy
    Not applicable in this case I know

    Peter
  10. A MT 1 ??? I would not give such advice 9mm...

    A MT 1 ???
    I would not give such advice
    9mm boring bar 60mm deep??
    Dead on centre
    Carbide boring bar then at least

    Peter
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    Why not search for a...........Rubber handle ...

    Why not search for a...........Rubber handle

    Or PVC or PU

    Peter
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    Isn`t that how they seperate aluminium(cans...

    Isn`t that how they seperate aluminium(cans mostly) from the trash

    Peter
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    Or you could assemble it out of 2 pieces and soft...

    Or you could assemble it out of 2 pieces and soft solder it
    The soft solder with some silver in it is pretty strong

    Peter
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    I see you have bolt on jaws Check if the keys ...

    I see you have bolt on jaws
    Check if the keys fit properly
    BTW A lathe uses up a couple of chucks in its life
    Like tires on a car
    Peter
  15. Got a diagram Found it The brake coil had...

    Got a diagram
    Found it
    The brake coil had shortend and that dropped the output voltage from the transformer when that contactor ICR engaged
    That then let the contactor disengage and then it...
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    How deep ? On a mill you should use a slitting...

    How deep ?
    On a mill you should use a slitting saw And that needs a stable machine
    If on a tight budget a shaper perhaps instead of a mill Although 0.02'' is narrow
    I would limit the stroke of...
  17. Voltage is measured right And its not just one...

    Voltage is measured right And its not just one contactor but 3 as far as I can see
    I measured all axilary contacts on the contactors to be good too

    Peter
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    I second that We had 2 VFD blown when testing a...

    I second that
    We had 2 VFD blown when testing a big carbon braiding machine Just a hour or so
    Peter
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    question Must you be a union member in a union...

    question
    Must you be a union member in a union shop?
    Over here union members and non union members work side by side
    No all union shops eighter

    Peter
  20. Just a thought Do the scales have reference...

    Just a thought
    Do the scales have reference points And do these reference points need to be passedfirst by the readerhead to get any reaction ??

    Peter
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    I forgot which pressure I put a gauge on it to...

    I forgot which pressure
    I put a gauge on it to check
    A better solution IMHO would be to have a pressure gauge in sight

    peter
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    When you pull the lever for running the spindle...

    When you pull the lever for running the spindle up it should run correctly for normal turning
    Those pressure switches are mostly bad The DC current for the clutches goes over it directly Normaly it...
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    It is a early machine You can see the door for...

    It is a early machine You can see the door for the changegears on pic 2

    Peter
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    Yours is with a flanged motor then ??? Peter

    Yours is with a flanged motor then ???


    Peter
  25. The Britisch made Hardinge KL1 Need a electrical diagram

    Right now I have 2 lathes Hardinge KL1
    That is a Britisch HLV-H
    I am working on the first one and right away I have a electrical problem
    When I activate the ON button (by pulling it) Some...
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