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    I'm not sure it says a size on it. If I remember correctly, it stands about 18" tall. There's a grinder head, and additional casting that could be for a grinder head or a high speed head, and some other stuff. I'll be back over aty storage space tomorrow, can get better pictures and details then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeko View Post
    Great!

    But, I see your location is NH. The fixture is a little bigger than I'd like to ship. Would you be able to make arrangements for pickup?

    Lee

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    I had hoped that you could ship it. I cannot
    pick it up.

    Pete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gusmadison View Post
    Thank you Lee, fully understand. If you wanted to PM me your address up there, perhaps I could have a friend pick it up in person?
    I will have to pass it it can't be shipped.
    Good luck to the next guy in line.

    Pete.

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    Pete, thanks for getting back

    Gus, I'll send you a PM

    thanks

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    Is the Cinci dividing head semi or universal? Model/Size? Interested in it if it is uni.

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    Hi zahnrad

    I don't believe so - I don't recall seeing a power take off on the dividing head. I measured the swing of the dividing head to be around 11" - not sure if that makes it a 10" or a 12"! I'm guessing a 10", but it's waaaay heavier than my other 10" dividing head - too heavy for me to lift more than a corner of it up.

    I'll double check on the PTO tomorrow, but for sure there are no change gears on it. It has a direct indexing plate and a threaded nose on one side, and there's a large center sticking out the other side - I'm guessing brown and Sharpe #10 or #11. Is that common for there to be two "noses" on the spindle? There's only one dividing plate, but it's double sided.

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    I would love to get the doall cylinder grinding fixture, can you ship it? I can email a FedEx ground label for it if you can pack it up well. If not I may be able to get a friend to pick it up just let me know please

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    Hi Grant,

    I posted these items on the owwm forum as well. I have one other interested party for the Doall fixture over there. I'll let you know as soon as that's finalized either way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeko View Post
    Hi zahnrad
    I don't believe so - I don't recall seeing a power take off on the dividing head. I measured the swing of the dividing head to be around 11" - not sure if that makes it a 10" or a 12"! I'm guessing a 10", but it's waaaay heavier than my other 10" dividing head - too heavy for me to lift more than a corner of it up.
    I'll double check on the PTO tomorrow, but for sure there are no change gears on it. It has a direct indexing plate and a threaded nose on one side, and there's a large center sticking out the other side - I'm guessing brown and Sharpe #10 or #11. Is that common for there to be two "noses" on the spindle? There's only one dividing plate, but it's double sided.
    Lee
    Okay, let me know what you find. I don't really care if gears are lacking if it is a Uni. Plates either. Both are easy enough to make. Thanks.

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    Tried to PM you. Computer told me to go away;said your inbox is full.

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    Emptied out, sorry about that.

    Lee

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    Pictures of the Versamill and accessories. The motor bearings will need attention, not the fan casing as I originally thought.



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    Better pictures of the Bridgeport right angle head, support and arbors with spacers and nuts.

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    I saw what might have been an L-00 drive plate. You mentioned (2) L-00 faceplates, any additional info or pics? And would you ship them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeko View Post
    Pictures of the Versamill and accessories. The motor bearings will need attention, not the fan casing as I originally thought.



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    I think that is a high speed milling head rather than a grinding arbor. Does the spindle have a #3 morse taper in it? Should be the same taper as in the machine.

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    Looking through the manual, I think you may be right on the high speed milling head. I don't have them in front of me to verify, but I think both the Versamill and the accessory head have MT#2 spindles. The accessory casting looks the same, minus bearings and spindle. It is threaded for bearing caps.

    I didn't think to take a mt2 center over to check it yesterday, but the spindle on the Versamill is smaller than the small end of an R8 collet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by specfab View Post
    I saw what might have been an L-00 drive plate. You mentioned (2) L-00 faceplates, any additional info or pics? And would you ship them?
    Hi,

    The pictures on the Google drive do show one of the L00 plates - thanks for the correction on terminology it's around 5-6" diameter iirc. The other one may in fact be a L00 spindle nose protector? It's only 3-1/4" diameter at the business end, no holes in it.

    I reached my monthly upload cap for Tapatalk. If you pm me your email, I can send you pics of the small one

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeko View Post
    Looking through the manual, I think you may be right on the high speed milling head. I don't have them in front of me to verify, but I think both the Versamill and the accessory head have MT#2 spindles. The accessory casting looks the same, minus bearings and spindle. It is threaded for bearing caps.

    I didn't think to take a mt2 center over to check it yesterday, but the spindle on the Versamill is smaller than the small end of an R8 collet.

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    Actually, I just looked at the dimensions for Morse taper, and a MT3 looks to be right. The R8 collet was just a smidge too big to enter the spindle. Will verify tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by leeko View Post
    Actually, I just looked at the dimensions for Morse taper, and a MT3 looks to be right. The R8 collet was just a smidge too big to enter the spindle. Will verify tomorrow

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    There are different sizes of versamils. There should be a tag on top of it with the info, if it is still there. Mine is a morse taper #3 size and it might be the most common size.

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    Thanks Rob
    There's no tag on the one I have
    Will take a couple of centers over tomorrow to check what fits

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