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  1. #1
    I think Iím correct in that Boxford used a Coventry quick change tool holder and then added a pull stud to it
    I have the dimensions to make some side lock tool holders but I canít find suitable pull studs
    They have an M8 std metric thread so I guess I could turn some my own but as they appear to be hardened I think it would be easier all around if I could buy the pull studs

    Does anyone have a source for these pull studs or if you good people happen to have any down the back of your sofas then Iím all ears

    Cheers. Paul


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  2. #2
    Hi paul I hade the same problem as you so I made my own, If you use silver steel you can harden it your self.
    hope this helps you.

  3. #3
    Quote Originally Posted by reelman View Post
    Hi paul I hade the same problem as you so I made my own, If you use silver steel you can harden it your self.
    hope this helps you.
    Did you make them on a cnc lathe ?
    If so would you consider sharing the G code please

    Many thanks. Paul


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  4. #4
    Hi Paul, no I did them on a manual lathe

  5. #5
    Ha proper old school

    Looks like this is my next programming challenge

    Cheers. Paul


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  6. #6
    Just out of curiosity,
    Does Cam bam accommodate lathe jobs ?? or do folks code them from scratch?

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