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There is a lot to grinding, the grit of the stone, the hardness of the stone, the speed of the cross feed, amount of cross feed per pass, depth of grind, hardness of the steel or cast iron ect. all will change the outcome of your part. it will take a little trial and error until you find the best fi...
- Thu Jan 09, 2003 7:41 pm
- Forum: Milling Machines
- Topic: What's the Proper Tool To Do This on a Bridgeport?
- Replies: 11
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The other post are right on, use your quill stop for the bottom of the hole. set it .01 deeper than you want until you are .200 from the finshs size then reset it to your finsh depth, that way you will not hit bottom and chatter or brake the tool...Phil in Mt
Well here in montana we just put them in the wood stove with a good fire, but where you are you probly dont need wood stoves......save them for you next bq and put them in your charcoalfor 2-3 hours...Phil in Mt
The way we make plates for our rot. tables and spacers that are odd is to make a blank in the lathe to fit the table or spacer that we are going to use, and then use jig bore table in the machinest handbook and drill the holes on the mill with the dro to the x y locations works grate and will be rig...