1. #1
    Ok, so I know it's a long shot, but posting this wanted ad on the off chance that someone has a piece of SFU1204 & ballnut lying around .....doesn't have to be that long!

    Let me know what you've got!


  2. #2
    Have NSK 1404 ground screw about 400 travel
    Have unknown 1204 rolled about 700 travel ( actually measures about 11.6)
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  3. #3
    I actually only need about 200m of travel .......it's for a coil winder - nothing like this - http://www.ukcnc.net/F-CNC200mmCW-4.jpg .i.e. mine will be very ugly & small children will point & laugh at the woeful engineering I deploy

    ....since length matters in the CNC world(!) I'm likely gonna end up sourcing from 'the bay', but regardless, is probably a useful thread for other to drop by & see what's out there in the community!

  4. #4
    I may have something suitable spare - I will check this weekend when I'm home. In the quite likely event that I forget and don't post here on Saturday, please remind me!
    Old router build log here. New router build log here. Lathe build log here.
    Electric motorbike project here.

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  6. #5
    Hello any chance you can make me bearing support flange?I have a drawing.Can you quote me?

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