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  1. Only now (after having a look at the high def...

    Only now (after having a look at the high def scan that Erik posted here Thread of Deckel Manuals) did I notice that the FP1 in the famous 900 mm gear cutting picture doesn't have the bevel drive for...
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    Thanks so much for sharing these manuals! Great...

    Thanks so much for sharing these manuals! Great read if you don't have the machine the are referring to, precious tool if you have it but you lack the manual...

    BR,
    Thanos
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    Welcome, you'll love it!

    Welcome, you'll love it!
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    I have turned a couple of washers for such...

    I have turned a couple of washers for such application in the past using hard(ish) spring steel leaf. Trepanned them on the lathe. If you are careful with deburring it can be done relatively easily.
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    Bruce shared some precious information that he...

    Bruce shared some precious information that he got from Mr. Singer here:
    ...
  6. I am 99% sure that the indexing was done...

    I am 99% sure that the indexing was done manually/optically there, no rotab! And the cutter was a regular gear cutter.
  7. Realistically I think you will cover most of your...

    Realistically I think you will cover most of your needs with a reasonably sized rotab, mountable both ways and having dividing plates and a morse taper where you can mount a collet chuck.

    Having...
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    Hey there Sigurasg, it seems that your radial...

    Hey there Sigurasg,

    it seems that your radial play is a bit on the high side, your decision to fix it is wise I think. Axial play can be adjusted.

    I am not sure how an unbalanced tool could...
  9. Link not working Tien....:(

    Link not working Tien....:(
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    Exactly, this one belongs to the first of the...

    Exactly,

    this one belongs to the first of the first generation FP2, with 400 mm X travel and start-stop switches between the dials, that's exactly why asked for pics :)

    (I almost bought a...
  11. Talking about that.... My scope came with a...

    Talking about that....

    My scope came with a mushroom type protrusion instead of the drawbar targetted S20x2. Of course, as Bruce said, if you rush to remove it in order to just place a S20x2 stud...
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    Hi to all, it would be nice if we could see an...

    Hi to all,

    it would be nice if we could see an operator side image of the machine so as to get an idea about its generation. I did have a look at older posts of yours and didn't find one.
    ...
  13. But IF you choose to replace your set, drop me a...

    But IF you choose to replace your set, drop me a call :D
  14. You too John!! All the best!

    You too John!! All the best!
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    The ALG is gone two years now Ross (with a table...

    The ALG is gone two years now Ross (with a table dropping plate to assist its new owner) and with the FP2, headroom has never been an issue yet, even when stacking a Reishauer super indexer on top of...
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    Sticky: Hey guys, just saw your replies... From...

    Hey guys, just saw your replies...



    From the little I have searched, a full set of chucks for the dividing head is not that easy to find, and the same stands (I think) for the tailstock as...
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    Hey there John, regarding the dividing head I...

    Hey there John,

    regarding the dividing head I am not sure it might actually intefere. It's the tables that I like to be able to mount as low as possible, even hanging off the lowest slots to...
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    Very neat installation! One comment only if I...

    Very neat installation!

    One comment only if I may. Not sure looking at the photos but I think your X head protrudes a bit from the vertical table's face plane. This might be an issue when mounting...
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    There you go! Machine tools to fix machine tools...

    There you go! Machine tools to fix machine tools :) Nice progress on fixing your machine by yourself, though I was dying to see what Ross would build for you....

    BR,
    Thanos
  20. Hey guys, Opened both my X belows and checked...

    Hey guys,

    Opened both my X belows and checked these M6 stops. They seem to be stops for the manual operation, the extra travel that is only available manually after the feed has tripped. This...
  21. Your shear pins are correct for sure, but can you...

    Your shear pins are correct for sure, but can you say the same for the one that was on the machine? Be it loose gib, crash or whatever, the shear pin should break first.

    If the original shear pin...
  22. Hey there, what you are saying makes sense,...

    Hey there,

    what you are saying makes sense, but I still have some grey points:

    - the machine should work even without the door-side cover altogether! Thrust bearings on the operator side would...
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    Already discussed a million times. All solutions...

    Already discussed a million times. All solutions have advantages, the more you have the better off you'll be.

    BR,
    Thanos
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    These collets seem to like that....I have had it...

    These collets seem to like that....I have had it happen three times since my first euromill, everytime with these 355E (U2) collets.
    I remember each of these times....(in my cases, due to the...
  25. Right Bill, I guess phenolic would work just...

    Right Bill, I guess phenolic would work just fine. I did have a piece lying around but it was much larger in diameter and I didn't feel like wasting it. So, I guess it will just keep on sitting in...
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