Do you mean machining accuracy or the actual process of pressing it in? If the latter, would a cheap arbor press work?Woodworker wrote:A press fit is not really a do it yourself operation.
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- Mon Sep 08, 2014 11:00 am
- Forum: Discussion
- Topic: Quick change spindle option?
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It didn't occur to me; maybe I'll give it some thought. I'll probably try dual drivers first since I have some spares and I don't feel like redesigning the protective coverings.WillAdams wrote:Have you considered doing a driveshaft instead?
I'm sometimes loosing steps on y; I still need to get around to switching from a single y driver to a pair.chamnit wrote:Have you been able to check whether or not you have lost any steps after these high-speed machining drills? I'm very curious.
- Thu Sep 04, 2014 2:43 pm
- Forum: Software - CAD, CAM, Workflow Help
- Topic: New in-browser CAM: jscut
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Types of failures I'd expect while test cutting for speed-and-feed trials from my experience with other machines: Missed steps (check) Broken bits (not yet) Running cutter into clamps (not yet) Bits running hot (not yet) Running machine hard into X/Y limits (check) Types of failure I wouldn't expect...