Assistance in locating parts or dimensions for making them
|Andrew Snowdon||24/12/2015 12:25:00|
|2 forum posts|
I have recently bought a small Brierley Drill Point Grinder, more for the grinder head assembly to match with a larger unit I acquired some time ago. Looking at it, I am inclined to try at least to bring the whole unit back to full order as it is in proportion to working on smaller drills. I seek help in finding either old parts, or the detailed dimensions of certain parts so that they can be made, since the machine is long obsolete, possibly one of their very early machines. The parts of interest are the cams, especially the std L/H one, and the setting mechanism. Be delighted to hear from anyone who may have such a machine and could help.
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