May take some time for the oil to do its work, be paitent. However, the grinding noise you mention coming from the motor should be investigated. My best bet is the fan and then a bad bearing. I recommend that you check to see if the washer has shipping bolts installed if it was just transported to your home. Thank you for using Manage My Life. To me, this indicated that the individuals in question did not even have the parts in stock but rather had to request the measurements from the factory. Thank you for your question on drilling out a hardened bolt.Next
The Emco milling head is completely gear driven. If you have a request for one please refer to the number in front of the manual. If you cannot obtain any more information, I recommend that you try to run the washer with nothing in it to test the operation. Keep in mind that the oil pump adaptor om the motor axle end is left hand groove. Yours is a true three phase motor.Next
Collets will stick in the spindle taper and must knocked free unless the drawbar is made to push the collet oput as well as pull it up Deckel has this setup If the collet comes loose continue to loosen the drawbar and remove the collet. I can understand wanting to drill straight holes. The collet has been stuck for some time. Many thanks for all of the advice that you guys gave. Can anyone please explain to me and I am talking baby steps here how to go about getting this collet out. Our range of loading arms and supporting products are known globally as some of the highest quality available on the.
I would only loosen the drawbar one turn to maximize thread engagement while I whacked on it. It looks like I will be doing the conversion. It should be located at the furthest distance away from teh tool holder and in line with the spindle axis. . Therefore, Hayen, you snhould be on the lookout in your stuff for the previously mentioned rod and the little black blind nut. Practical Machinist is the easiest way to learn new techniques, get answers quickly and discuss common challenges with your peers. Make sure that you follow the installation instructions in the above manual before starting the washer.Next
This proved a litle easier than I had thought it would. The bit eventually fell out, and we were able to pull the collet out with a tool that I fashioned on Peter F's advice. Approximately 58 pages dealing with, technical data, setting up, controls, electrical connections, adjustments, slides, lubrications, speeds, tools, clamping, dividing attachment, circuit diagram, automatic feed unit, exploded view parts list with parts numbers. Waterlogged, As one picture is worth a thousand words I am going to post three. Hi Gep, Thanks for pointing this supplier out. Verify by simply removing the cover and if the sound goes away then you know.Next
The motor can also be removed fairly easily and that way you can check out its bearings. If I have this problem solved I will post this in this thread. You should be able to unbolt the motor from the head and run it on its own. I did contact the Poseiden importer in the latter days of his effort. I had several vendors suggest that I purchase the parts and test for fit while in return I demanded that they send me the measurements and I would determine the suitability of the part without spending my money on a part that would likely not be returnable. There was a blind nut which screwed onto this thread. Number three is the wires going into the motor.Next
This is a list of manuals I have available. Look at the date on the orginal post. You can choose 120 or 240 input version, but the output will be 240. That looks like one sweet little mill! The 6 speed head may have been run for extended periods in the horizontal position or with little oil in it. Discount will be automatically applied during check-out. By accepting Shop Your Way ® member benefits and offers, you agree to the Shop Your Way ® terms and conditions, available at. The top end of the spindle had a threaded end.
Reply with details about the part that you are replacing for installation instructions if necessary. I would recommend Cobalt or Titanium drill bit and some thread cutting oil and use a heavy drill with low speed so you do not overheat the bit while you are trying to drill out this bolt for an easy out. Offer valid for online purchases only. I was thinking of the Deckel look-alike machine. It had a quill with a 2Morse Taper spindle. Continue with reading or go to download page. The 4 speed head had fibre gears which were lubricated by grease stuffed into the box.Next
I can send a clip of the spindle cross section. I note that even getting dimensions was difficult in several instances. I hope this information will help. I am 95% sure that I have drawings for that head and the instruction manual. Loosen the drawbar several turns. It is much apprecaited by a neophyte like myself. I cleaned the inside up a little, and now the other collets go in easily, and with a gentle tap fall out very easily.