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Finally got my first mill. Enco 105-1110. Not new but new to me. Between the info here and the DVD series on the mill from AGI, I'm hoping to be knee deep in chips soon. 20180802_183352.jpg
 

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Looks Like a nice mill, enjoy!
 

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Congrats, having milling capabilities will change your world.
 

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That looks the older style Taiwan built machine from the 80's. Great machine, I've got one just like it. A lot of times they don't get the respect that they deserve and seem to be looked at as a "round column step-child". I love mine and I've pushed it to do things that it really shouldn't do, but it takes it like a champ. I also have a Clausing 8520, and I use the Enco to do all of my "dirty work", like roughing and heavy fly cutting and face milling. I use the 8520 for more of the super accurate stuff and "finess" work. Congrats and good luck with your new toy. It will not disappoint.
 

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You should be up and running in no time.

If you want to see some of the potential enhancements to this style of mill, take a look at the YouTube channel "Cuppa Joe". He has done some impressive upgrades to his version of the mill he affectionately call "The Mighty Wrong Fu".

Cuppa Joe YouTube videos
 
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