|17 forum posts|
Thats fine - and like they say a picture tells a thousand words - I get it now - the draw bar holds the tool and the sleeve is held in place by the tool -
Looks like the sleeve has to be just shy of the gauge line of the tool otherwise it wouldn't sit flush on the end of the spindle for the drive "dogs" ??
So the IN30 tooling would be the best option ?
|Pete White||29/09/2020 14:00:32|
|108 forum posts|
I believe that there is a very small length of parallel after the gauge line ? Int 30 was a natural choice, didn't see any thing more suited IMO.
Plenty of 30 around at fair prices if you watch out. I was lucky that my machine came with a clarkson chuck on a Herbert taper. Apart from that I have adapters with the use of the sleeve to morse for drilling and a 30 tool for fly cutting. I don't think I can mention Arc Eurotrade?, so have a look at one of your forum sponsors as a starting point of the auction site.
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