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Subject: Re: ISO tooling for Derbyshire Micromill

Date: 03/19/02 at 6:26 PM
Posted by: Len Bejtlich
E-mail: lmbejtlich@earthlink.net
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In Reply to: ISO tooling for Derbyshire Micromill posted by Bill Bonta on 12/21/01 at 5:52 PM:

I have a Micromill with a rotary indexing attachment whose angle can be adjusted by loosening an allen screw. The machine belonged to my father and I am in process of getting the parts together and wondering how some of these things work. So I searched the internet and found you.

I would like to use the machine for as a horizontal mill to make some small parts and can't seem to find a larger sized collet with my father's parts. What is the largest size collet for the machine? I would like to machine aluminum with a 3/16" dia. end mill. It that possible?

How can I help you?

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