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    Quote Originally Posted by cyanidekid View Post
    well, it cleaned up nicely. its bog simple, which is a really good thing (compared to a proper tapping head) , but the downside is it only has two torque settings. I haven't tapped with it yet, so don't know how much of a drawback that is, but I don't see how it would adapt to a wide range of sizes and materials.

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    That is a HI to Low range. Not just one or tuther.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Behner View Post
    That is a HI to Low range. Not just one or tuther.
    ahh, but still not a lot of repeatable settings. just about 15 degrees between them. like I said, haven't worked it yet. doubt you could find just the right setting for say, 6-32 in 4130 pre hard, and also for 5/8-11 in leaded brass, repeatably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyanidekid View Post
    well, it cleaned up nicely. its bog simple, which is a really good thing (compared to a proper tapping head) , but the downside is it only has two torque settings. I haven't tapped with it yet, so don't know how much of a drawback that is, but I don't see how it would adapt to a wide range of sizes and materials.

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    I hope you can utilize it for many years to come, Thank you again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyanidekid View Post
    ahh, but still not a lot of repeatable settings. just about 15 degrees between them. like I said, haven't worked it yet. doubt you could find just the right setting for say, 6-32 in 4130 pre hard, and also for 5/8-11 in leaded brass, repeatably.
    I've never used this to tap under ¼-20, but it's been pretty damn consistent for all sizes. Here's a link to the parts page. Your tap holder goes into a set of rubber clutch gizmos. I put a new set in mine years ago (20?) and still working great.
    Big Kaiser Drill Tapper 2014

    One more thing to add. This unit will take a 7/8" tap, so anything under ¼" would need a smaller unit. Clutches are too strong.
    Last edited by Ray Behner; 02-15-2020 at 09:41 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ray Behner View Post
    I've never used this to tap under ¼-20, but it's been pretty damn consistent for all sizes. Here's a link to the parts page. Your tap holder goes into a set of rubber clutch gizmos. I put a new set in mine years ago (20?) and still working great.
    Big Kaiser Drill Tapper 2014

    One more thing to add. This unit will take a 7/8" tap, so anything under ¼" would need a smaller unit. Clutches are too strong.
    thanks Ray, yes, thats what I figured. somewhat limited in range, but simple and consistent. I had it apart, and so saw the rubber "clutch pads" and they seemed to be fine. thanks also to Rob F for the link to the holders.

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