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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by John S View Post
    Answers to plans.

    3/4: Don't bother, hit and miss whether you will get run out from just a thread and no register.
    Instead get a standard MT3 ER32 collet chuck and machine a groove in it with carbide tooling and fit a circlip to hold the washer and the M62 nut.

    BTW I have a short threaded test piece with the Arboga thread on it, OK if you want to borrow it or if you are dead stuck I can make you a threaded sleeve.


    5:You could always buy a 440 v 3 phase VFD feed it 440 v single phase from a yellow brick wired backwards and the earth centre tapping removed and use this as 440 v in but de-rated. You can pick 440v input vfd's quite cheap
    I also have a Arboga U2508, Have you made the modification with the circlip on the ER32, is it possible to have a photo on the modification?

    /Doger

  2. #32
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    Lives in Donegal, Ireland. Last Activity: 2 Weeks Ago Has been a member for 0-1 years. Has a total post count of 4.
    Hi guys,
    New to this group.
    Just got the Arboga u2508 mill and I am missing the spindle nut.
    Got an m62x1.5 nut from a supplier in order to fabricate the collar but the m62x1.5 isnít correct.
    Can anyone confirm the thread pitch ?
    Or better still has anyone got a spindle nut for sale or know where I can source one or have one made.
    Thanks in advance.
    Jon

  3. #33
    Hello
    it is correct the m62x1.5 isn’t correct, the name is M62 but the thread is SAE 20, wierd i know
    i bought a nut from suplier here in sweden for about 1 week ago and they told me this, and i have also checked this for about 5 minuts ago..=), i will come back with e-mail and what company you can buy the nut, one moment..=)
    but it is bastards out there so to be sure, buy i thread checker tool and try the SAE 20 on the spindel threads.
    the SAE 20 is very similar to 1.25 metric threads, so i think that will work to, but it is SAE 20

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  5. #34
    This is the spare part number for the nut, 2T03378
    and here you have the info on company that sells it.

    Machinery Scandinavia AB
    Tungatan 10, 570 83 Rosenfors, SWEDEN
    +46(0)495-49708
    E-mail: sparepart@mscab.se
    Web: www.mscab.se

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  7. #35
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    Lives in Donegal, Ireland. Last Activity: 2 Weeks Ago Has been a member for 0-1 years. Has a total post count of 4.
    Yes, I know.
    Their supplier in the UK want €262 for it !
    Will have to go for it I suppose.

  8. #36
    Jonkil's Avatar
    Lives in Donegal, Ireland. Last Activity: 2 Weeks Ago Has been a member for 0-1 years. Has a total post count of 4.
    Quote Originally Posted by doggydoggen View Post
    Hello
    it is correct the m62x1.5 isn’t correct, the name is M62 but the thread is SAE 20, wierd i know
    i bought a nut from suplier here in sweden for about 1 week ago and they told me this, and i have also checked this for about 5 minuts ago..=), i will come back with e-mail and what company you can buy the nut, one moment..=)
    but it is bastards out there so to be sure, buy i thread checker tool and try the SAE 20 on the spindel threads.
    Many thanks,
    That’s appreciated.

  9. #37
    I payed 95 Euro, but if you go to a macine shop with the drawins i added the can easy make a nut for you
    Last edited by doggydoggen; 2 Weeks Ago at 10:10 PM.

  10. #38
    Jonkil's Avatar
    Lives in Donegal, Ireland. Last Activity: 2 Weeks Ago Has been a member for 0-1 years. Has a total post count of 4.
    Quote Originally Posted by doggydoggen View Post
    I payed 95 Euro, but if you go to a macine shop with the drawins i added the can easy make a nut for you
    Perfect

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