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need mt2 x m12x1 chuck arbor

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mick7008/11/2016 10:10:34
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arc don't sell them and can't find one.

anyone know where i can get one pls?

Brian G08/11/2016 10:37:42
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In the past I am sure both RDG and Chronos had them, as well as M12 x 1 chucks, but I cannot see any now. There is one on eBay though **LINK**


mick7008/11/2016 10:40:22
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might have to open e-bay account been trying not to.

Roger Provins 208/11/2016 11:00:57
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Have you tried RC Machines they're in Luxembourg but they deliver quickly.


Mike E.08/11/2016 11:48:54
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Posted by naughtyboy on 08/11/2016 10:40:22:

might have to open e-bay account been trying not to.

I just did about 3 weeks ago, and have already spent my monthly pension. crying

mick7008/11/2016 11:52:43
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that's my worry lol.

not pension but limited funds.

Emgee08/11/2016 12:40:59
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The one shown doesn't have a tang so may not eject from your spindle/holder. Not stated or shown if the plain end is tapped for draw bar or extension to assist ejecting.


Les Jones 108/11/2016 12:50:25
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Arc Euro sell blank MT2 arbors (such as their part number 120-030-00100) that you could turn down and screwcut to M12. You would also need to buy a screw in tang which they also sell.


John Reese08/11/2016 16:26:50
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Lee Jones 1 beat me to it. MT arbors for taper mount chucks, screw mount chucks, and for boring heads are very inexpensive. I would start with one of those. Making the arbor from scratch is a possibility but considering how cheap MT arbors are I would not consider it.

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