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You must have JavaScript enabled in your browser to utilize the functionality of this website. Make sure the ways of a used machine aren’t worn and have been kept lubricated in use. Other accessories you’ll need are a parallel set and a dial indicator for tramming in the vise (setting the vise so the fixed jaw is exactly parallel to X axis table travel). 2.) Even if the full range of motion of the quill allows you to make your cuts without moving the head, you may find yourself cutting with the quill at near full extension. If I had the space, I’d go for a knee mill, where the head is stationary and the table is raised and lowered on dovetailed ways.


I found it when my friend gave me most of a South Bend War Production (WW2) 9B Toolroom lathe. At this point, looking at what you have made without a mill, you owe it to yourself to buy a quality tool that you can grow INTO. Before you pick up those woodworking tools, take the time to ensure your safety in the shop! If you are selling your work, then you have entered a woodworking dimension with added complexity and stress.
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I have owned this mill before it was just OK I would jump on it at 500 but at 850 I would hold out for a different mill.
Machine tools have gone up in price the last several years and will eventually go down again for sure usually just after you buy the one that is available today.
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Two speed ranges, 0 to 1100 RPM and 0 to 2500 RPM, for working with a variety of materials and degrees of thickness. I mulled over buying one of these for quite awhile before I did and my intent is to provide a review that I wish had existed to help me make up my mind.
I’ve never used a milling machine and have heard the round column machines are not as good. I have seen used Bridgeports for 1100 and up that’s a better choice if you have the room.
I wanted to see one before buying so I kept driving around to brick and mortar HF stores with no luck until one knowledgeable worked told me they are only available online.
I have seen a couple BP’s go for just over 1000 but they were sorry excuses for a vertical mill and wouldnt hold the tolerance of your machine on a good day. It was impossible to comparison shop but here's a little secret; these machines are built under a variety of names. If you’re only going to do brass or aluminum then the learning curve is not as steep but the tool still has its limitations. The screws were so bad that with all the adjustmant taken out of the nuts there was still .100 lash in the middle and you could barely get it to the end of the travel on either end. There is no tramming the head on these machines the head is either square to the table or you need to get it there.


You said you weren’t concerned about the price but 850 is high end unless it comes with the stand, a set of r8 collets and an r8 chuck and some end-mills. If the head rotates on the column it will change the dimension in the xy axis but it wont change the perpendicularity of the z axis. Occasional drilling , boring, milling where there is time to take a few cut instead of hogging it all off at once or production runs. It would be the same comparison of a light duty metal lathe such as an atlas to an industrial machine like a monarch. There are thousands of people that are satisfied with an atlas in the basement or garage, but not so if they have to use one regularly to make a living. It should come with a set of collets and I am sure the one selling it would throw in a couple end mills to get you started.
Have a bunch of rags and some mineral spirits handy as this thing comes covered in cosmoline that needs to be cleaned off. Make a template showing the holes in the base, drill them and bolt it down.Now you ready to start putting it together and you discover that the user's guide is an almost unreadable piece of mimeographed junk. I bought the HF clamping kit (Item #5952) but learned that it is not the best for holding a receiver in the jig.
I was worried that there would not be enough room between the tools and the work but it is more than ample. I bought a HF Dial Gauge Angle Finder (Item #34214) for $5 in the store and it proved accurate enough for this purpose. You might want to purchase a collet or an end mill holder for milling but I used an end mill in the drill chuck and it mills aluminum perfectly with no problem. I mounted the billet and milled on the X and Y axis with the other locked and was amazed at how cleanly and easily it worked. This machine is not a good drill press and if you go too quickly it just stops and you have to raise the spindle and start it again. Tip: If you are doing this at home, get an extension cord and plug the compressor into a different circuit than the mill.
Running them simultaneously on the same circuit can be problematic when the compressor starts. With a little research I was able to add a digital depth readout and a tachometer for spindle speed. Have not cut any chips yet but runs smoothly and there are many parts out there if anything goes wrong.



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