By Ian Bradley
A connection with workshop ideas for version engineers, which additionally covers establishing a workshop.
Many Machinist initiatives, would receive advantages from analyzing this book.
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Y of the work table alignment. in relation to the machine sprndle itseif: for it must be remembered that squareness with the machine column is not necessarily a guarantee that the drill spindle and the work tabie are themselves in alignment. Ths rqiiipmznt need2d to make the check is to be seen in Fig. 15 and consists of a dial indicator attached to an arbor set I_nthe machine spindle. The the drilling machine outer end of the arbor is made to bear against a steel bail placed on the work table.
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Fby carrying out machmmg oc a commercial basis, they may well have a place. In the main, therefore, the amateur will wish to use his lathe for milling purposes, a subject that will be fully covered in Chapter 15. In the past there has been a number of small bench machines produced for purely amateur use. It is difficult to say, however, whether a separate machine of necessarily somewhat light construction has any advantage in this respect over a robustly made lathe fitted with adequate attachments enabling at least the majority of plain milling work to be performed.
Amateur's Workshop by Ian Bradley