Thread: Ball screw

  1. #1
    I have a 16mm ball screw with damaged thread.

    what I'm after is the pitch size so I can get a thread file is the pitch .75 and M12??

    James :question::question:

  2. #2
    It's M12x1 ... and I've got an M12x1 tap and die so just bring it along and we can sort it :)

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  4. #3
    A small triangular file will fit standard metric threads perfectly for clean up/repair purposes.

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  6. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by m_c View Post
    A small triangular file will fit standard metric threads perfectly for clean up/repair purposes.
    Better still, use a PRESTO rethreading file if you can find one.

    Russell.

  7. #5
    Quote Originally Posted by russell View Post
    Better still, use a PRESTO rethreading file if you can find one.

    Russell.
    I've got one James if you need it.?

  8. #6
    Thank you Jazz but I will take it with me to Jonathan's next weekend when I pick up my Y-axis material and pump fixings


    James

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