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Old 06-06-2022, 02:13 PM
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Got it, that makes sense. Thank you.

Probably no like Doug said, but possibly grinding key ways in, with a thin cutoff style blade. I think you could Reneck a keyway in that way.


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Old 06-06-2022, 02:24 PM
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JB, on those lathes a milling attachment is available, and the milling cutter is held in a collet chuck. The shaft is raised, lowered, and the work fed into the cutter by the carriage controls
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Congrats...

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Old 06-13-2022, 06:49 PM
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Well, it makes round things um... rounder?

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I was surprised to see how inexpensive carbide tooling on McMaster is. I also need to order a live center. Click image for larger version

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Old 06-13-2022, 07:16 PM
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Drilling, chamfering, I don't have a boring bar, so I guess it's on to threading!

On a separate note, anyone know how one is to tighten this chuck? It's keyless, the outer ring just unscrews, are you supposed to be able to tighten it up by hand with the taper holding the body?Click image for larger version

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Looks like some numbers on there, is there a name or anything? If not, google the number along with ‘drill chuck’ and maybe something will pop up.


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Great. Another tool I need to add to my tool collection.


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Ahh, that makes sense, it's like a dead center for holding the end of a commutator shaft but holds on the circumference rather than a center. Well, I guess I'll tuck that away with the armature cutter. Who knows if shit hits the fan I may need to rebuild a starter . . . let's hope not.
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