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Using a pillar drill for milling?

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Neil Wyatt29/06/2019 12:47:08
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Posted by Chris Vickers on 27/06/2019 16:34:20:

I expect the S Turner kits specify any milling required in imperial but I don't recall? That why I asked about metric or imperial, in a nutshell wink

Cheers

Chris.

I recall that ST kits have dual dimensions on the plans these days? I may be wrong, it's a long time since I made my 10V.

Most of the ST kits can be made on a lathe alone, any milling is generally do-able with the work attached to the toolpost, or even by careful filing and checking against a flat surface.

Neil

Edited By Neil Wyatt on 29/06/2019 12:47:27

Chris Vickers29/06/2019 19:19:09
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Thanks Neil, I've ordered some books and past ME issue CD'S and will take some time to process what's next.

Cheers

Chris.

Chris Vickers29/06/2019 19:19:11
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Thanks Neil, I've ordered some books and past ME issue CD'S and will take some time to process what's next.

Cheers

Chris.

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