Here is a list of all the postings Gunnar M has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: Spindle bearing Colchester Chipmaster|
It's not from Global Bearing's in the UK. I am in contact with the company to be sure that it's the correct bearing. I will be back with the comapny name when i have received one, if i order it.
How mutch movement it was i can't remember. But i measure it with an dial indicator on the end of the spindle after i run it for abouth 20min. I just push it wiht my hand. I hear a knocking sound when i push from one side to the other. It get OK after i tighten it as described in the second message. But i am worried that the bearing is damaged since i was able to muve it and i got the knocking sound
I have got a price for the front bearing 444.-€ + shipping. Yes they are expensive. The rear bearing 292.-€.
I open the side cower and loose the set screw on the c-spanner nut that are close to the gear 1087. Then loosen the c-spanner nut a littel.I then loose the set screw on the c-spanner nut that are close to the front bearing. Used a hammer and a brass bolt and gave the c-spanner nut some punch. I then manage to remove the clearence.
Is there anyone that have ever replaced the front spindle bearing on a Colchester Chipmaster? If so do you have the procedure for this?
I had some axial clearence in the front bearing. I try to tighten it and it get mutch better. But i think the bearing is worn since i used a lot of force to tigheten it. So i wonder if i shell replace it.
|Thread: Cupronickel as boiler material!|
That gave me the total answer, never use Cupro as boiler material.
Thanks everyone for the contribution.
Is there anyone that have used "Cupronickel", copper-nickel alloy, as boiler tube and boiler material. Is this a good solution or is this something that i should avoid?
|Thread: building the triple expansion engine in M.E.|
I make a drwing for you, hope it help.
|Thread: Warco WM250 headstock lubrication|
My bearing wasn't damage like your. I get more and more scattering when i use the lathe. So i tighten the nut on the drive side. It was realy difficult to tight it, use a lot of power before i get any change on the bearing. So when i start again it go well for about 30min. Then the bearing get a littel heat and i get a biggere resitens when turning the spindle. To loosen the bearing again it was so hard that i made a ters. It then get to loose so i was forced to remove it complete. I then do it same way as you, used a abrasive cloth. So i will mount it tonight and try again. Tank you for advice.
I have a problem simelar to yours. I have removed the spindle from the headstock, but the rear bearing is so tight on the spindle. So i haven't any possibillity to know how mutch force i put on the bearing when tighten the nut. Was this similar on yours?
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