WTB #30 mm tooling (weldon quick change)
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    Hi
    I'm looking for tooling of this type. I don't need any Weldon type (set screw) but just about anything else would be great Jacobs taper, Morse taper, collet chuck, drill chuck, shell mill, stub arbor others. Thanks
    Andy

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    I have a Falcon quick change set for a 30 taper.

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    I think I have one or two shell mill #30. Not sure. I have an adapter that goes from 50nt down to this smaller thing. It has Weldon written on it. Any numbers that should be stamped on it?

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    Hi
    I'm interested in the Falcon quick change, is it #30 nmtb or the #30 mm that I'm looking for? Do you have any tooling for the Falcon? I know Falcon came in at least two sizes will this work with tools from a #40 nmtb?
    The #30 mm has the normal taper like the nmtb but dosen't use a drawbar. The #30mm is held into the spindle by two set screws. I think I could adapt normal #30 nmtb holders to work. Not sure about any numbers. The ones I have seen don't have the straight part that is threaded but have two end mill marks that the set screws go in.I think weldon and others made these in #30, #40 and #50 tapers. Thanks
    Andy

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    This one uses a drawbar. Sorry for the delayed responce. I have all the collets and spanner wrench.

    John

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    Hi John
    Thanks, can you email me some photos and more info
    Andy


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