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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
    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
    Yes, I know.
    Their supplier in the UK want €262 for it !
    Will have to go for it I suppose.

  8. #36
    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; 1 Week Ago at 10:10 PM.

  10. #38
    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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