|sparky mike||04/12/2019 08:39:31|
|203 forum posts|
Is it possible to buy a i inch reamer with a no.2 morse taper ? All those I have seen so far on line are no. 3 morse tapers.
|Tony Pratt 1||04/12/2019 09:17:29|
|1147 forum posts|
I doubt it but someone may find one, that's a fair old diameter for a # 2 morse taper.
|Brian H||04/12/2019 09:23:19|
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You could always turn a 3MT down to 2MT.
|not done it yet||04/12/2019 09:56:22|
|4739 forum posts|
Or use a 3-2MT reducer. Might need a longer lathe, or taller milling machine, and a ‘lead-in’ to get the reamer on centre height. One is not cutting much metal with a reamer, so a lowish powered lathe would cope.
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Are you looking for the MT part to be aligning the reamer? There are other methods and any flex in the setup with it that rigidly held might be a problem.
|sparky mike||04/12/2019 15:31:35|
|203 forum posts|
Just looking for a 1" reamer that will fit my pedestal drill or my Boxford tail post.
If all fails, I can visit my friend who had a Bridgeport mill.
|John Reese||05/12/2019 03:38:01|
|842 forum posts|
The standard taper for 1" reamers is 3MT. Instead of turning down a 3MT to 2MT consider buying a straight shank reamer and turn the end of the shank to a diameter that fits your chuck.
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I use MT 3 reamers up to 1.250" and including 1" in my Boxford tailstock.
Just buy a MT 3 -2 reducer, plenty of room.
|Alain Foote||06/12/2019 09:55:47|
|37 forum posts|
Here is a 1" reamer with 2MT
|Bernard Wright||10/12/2019 17:50:55|
|75 forum posts|
Hi, have you tried Tracey Tools in Torquay, they often have non-standard items, usual disclaimer.
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