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Made A New Shaft And Rebushed A Hub.

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aametalmaster

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Made a new shaft for a piece of machinery. Also bored the hub and rebushed it. Drilled the castle nut hole with my lathes cross slide hole driller and a $2 yard sale drill my wife thought I would need. DSC03908.JPG DSC03910.JPG DSC03911.JPG
 

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Nice! I like your cross slide hole driller. Way faster than setting it up in the mill. Adding it to my list...
 

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:+1: on the cross drilling fixture! :grin:
 

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+3! Just sitting here wondering what I was going to do today.

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I actually had a job in the lathe I could have used one on this morning! X axis lead screw out of my Millrite mill, extending it 2-1/4" to make room for adding a Servo power feed. Made the extension and drilled and threaded the lead screw internally 7/16-20, and the extension has a male 7/16-20. Want to put a taper pin (or roll pin, undecided) cross-ways through the connection to keep them from unscrewing. It was already set up and ready to drill the hole if I had the cross drilling fixture. I am on the lookout for a hunk of metal that has one hiding inside it...

Instead of doing the cross drilling the easy way with the lathe fixture, I will instead be using the mill, without its X axis lead screw!
 

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Here is the bad spindle. I didn't have a pic when first posted...Bob DSC03914.JPG
 
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