On Monday 17 October 2016 08:17:04 Gene Heskett wrote:
> On Monday 17 October 2016 07:47:38 andy pugh wrote:
> > On 17 October 2016 at 12:36, Gene Heskett <ghesk...@shentel.net>
> > > Not a lot Roland, that several page long chart is for the nuts
> > > themselves. Nut mounts, other than what they should do well in
> > > terms of alignment with the nut to screw axis, aren't mentioned
> > > anyplace in that nominally 206 page pdf.
> > Why would you buy a mount when you have a mill? surely one that you
> > make yourself will fit with fewer compromises?
> Mainly because I don't have a boring head, even fly cutter style. Its
> on my list of tools to acquire though. Once you get above the 1/4"
> mark in carbide mills, it rapidly escalates out of my pay grade. But
> with good drawings, I can make this pad I need. It was, maybe still
> is, a lack of good drawings that brought this subject up.
> Thanks Andy.
> Cheers, Gene Heskett
Now that I have good drawings, piece of cake, although I did grab some
bad material and spent quite a bit of time chiseling the packed up tool
out, and used a good cup of ButterCutt keeping it clean. So thats made
and partially assembled.
Being out in the hinterlands of WV, nobody stocks metric bolts deep
enough to keep me in the right bolts. so I now have about 6 to bite off
8 to 10mm of, and grind away the cut end until it fits the threads
again. By then my back said it was quitting time, so thats tomorrows
Then I should have mounted it about 2mm left as I don't have room to put
a grease fitting in the nut unless its a straight 1/4-28, but I don't
think even that will allow a gun nozzle's access.
And everytime I look up lube recommendations I get a different story.
This writer for so-and-so wants 10w non-detergent, the next guy wants a
high grade 10w-40 detergent, and the third guy wants white lithium
Cheap, rolled C7 grade screw, what would you folks put in it at about one
gun pump a month?
Cheers, Gene Heskett
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