mine only cost 47.00 but I already had a couple of old Peacock dial indicators.Yota, by the way I got the idea for the Boring Research gauge from your post. Thanks for helping me spend $100....
I don't think an open ended spline would work. I treat the spline wrench like a lathe chuck key, either its in your hand or its in it storage place.
About 8 years ago I bought a cheap Chinese spindle socket wrench/brass tipped hammer combo. Made a bracket for the side of the mill. My mill requires that I tap the top of the drawbar, after loosening a bit, to free the collet. Works great. No reason to leave it in place.I wonder if there is a spindle wrench that is open end?
I needed a Knee Mill and chose the PM-935TS 3PH. I was advised that there was a quality benefit in selecting a Taiwanese made product (meehanite castings, Turcite coated ways, fit and finish, etc). I was not disappointed.Am i to understand this "935" you got in near Asia is the same as a 932 available in the US?
I think his post says he trammed the table to .0005” which is 5 tenths or half thou.5 thou on the table???!? And people are afraid of a little jaw lift on substandard vises. Things have to be put in perspective. A Kurt is nice, but might not always be necessary.
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