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Bridgeport quill feed this video will show you how to set up Bridgeport auto quill feed mill quill feed quill feed mechanism quill feed handle Quill down feed adjustment operation power down feed fine feed wheel engage stop ray gallant
This is a video of how to use the quill powerfeed on a vertical mill. This is shown on a Lagun FTV-2. This operation for a bridgeport and others is very similar to this. This clip was pulled out a longer video on my CNC conversion project.
Another requested video showing how to take the gear assemblies out of the downfeed and reinstall them. 0:00 - Intro 0:35 - Disassembly 7:14 - Reassembly
In this video we take a nice hand wheel from a John Deere lawn tractor and make a sensitive jig borer style quill feed handle for the milling machine. We inspect and measure the internal spline or serration and machine the steel adapter. We use a material called Cerrobend or Woods metal which is a low temperature melting Bismuth metal alloy to make a male impression of the serration for measuring. We also drag out the old Ellis dividing head and do some old school indexing.
Bridgeport Mill Quill Feed Wheel. In this video I make a new quill feed hand wheel for the Bridgeport Mill. I bought a grab bag of old stuff on Ebay and I use some of the items for this project. Hope you enjoy this video! Right On! Jon Crane Check out my website 🤍 I have compiled a list of essential tools for everyday use on my website. Music in this video by Ty Burhoe Check out his website here 🤍 If you would like to donate to this channel please go to my patreon page. 🤍
Time to start putting things back together. The parts for the quill housing are all clean and ready to be assembled. I mention 🤍H&W Machine Repair and Rebuilding quite a bit throughout this particular set of videos. I could not have had the confidence to take on this project if it wasn't for the videos that Barry has provided to the rest of us here on YouTube. I cannot thank them enough. Check out my blog: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Become a Patreon supporter: 🤍 One time donation: 🤍 T Shirts and such: 🤍 Etsy Shop: 🤍 Buy me a Pizza: 🤍 Amazon wish list: 🤍 #bridgeport #millingmachine #rebuild
On this video, we show you how to engage the automatic feed on a manual milling machine
How to remove the detent ball when removing the clutch collar.
A 3 minute video showing a quick and simple but useful quill lock improvement for a milling machine. The modification requires no machining nor fabrication but improves the utility of the machine. #quilllock #millingmachine #Bridgeport
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GreenGander75 with Buddy Philips The Bridgeport Mill head has been taken apart for service. The quill housing has been cleaned, stripped, and painted. The gears and all internal parts have been cleaned of old grease and rust. Today we will begin the process of putting it all back together. From time to time you will see me reference a book titled: "A Guide to Renovating the Bridgeport Series 1 "J" head Milling Machine", by ILION Industrial Services LLC. 2nd edition (February 14, 2013) You can buy it here: 🤍 I have no affiliation with IlIon Industrial Services LLC. I just like their books. Thank you for watching. Please take a moment to Like, Comment, and Subscribe. Email: GreenGander75🤍gmail.com Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Logo designed by: stdesigns Check them out here: 🤍 Intro Music: "Hold And Catch", by AG Music. Used by permission in accordance with the Melody Loops End User License Agreement. Check out AG Music here: 🤍
This is a homemade Bridgeport mill quill feed handle stop nut to prevent the handle from pulling off. Get the best deal on a secure private Virtual Private Network Surfshark VPN 🤍
Please Note: I am a beginning machinist and I do not pretend to know everything. Please always operate machinery in a safe manner and if you don't know, find a reliable source. DO NOT COPY ME. I make a lot of mistakes. I provide these videos for entertainment only.
Today we're fitting a quill speed handle to the PM-935TV milling machine. The hub isn't a standard Bridgeport size, so it took a little effort to find one the right size, and even then it required some hand fitting. Sit back and enjoy the ride. Quill Speed Handle for PM935 (Amazon*): 🤍 QUill Speed Handle for PM935 (eBay*): 🤍 Tools used in this video: Aventor 8" DPS IP54 Caliper (eBay*): 🤍 Bondhus Metric Hex Key Set (Amazon*): 🤍 Bondhus SAE Hex Key Set (Amazon*): 🤍 Wilton 6-1/2" Tradesman Vise (Amazon*): 🤍 Nicholson Swiss Made Needle File Set (Amazon*): 🤍 *These are affiliate links. When you click one of these links and make a purchase, it helps to support projects like this one. Raw Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍
Support Clough42 on Patreon: 🤍 Today I'm finishing the install of the quill DRO on my PM935-TV milling machine. This adds a fourth axis to the 3-axis DRO already on the mill, and we'll set it up so the quill and knee DRO scale readings as summed together. This should allow us to move the knee and the quill at the same time and still retain our Z position. Tools used in this video: Quill Speed Handle for PM935 (Amazon*): 🤍 Quill Speed Handle for PM935 (eBay*): 🤍 Heat-Set Threaded Inserts (Amazon*): 🤍 Excelta Bent Nose Smooth Plier (Amazon*): 🤍 Hakko FX-888D Soldering Iron (*Amazon): 🤍 Milwaukee Fastback Folding Knife (Amazon*): 🤍 HFS 190-Piece (0.061-0.250") Gage Pin Set Minus (Amazon*): 🤍 A9 Cutting Fluid for aluminum (eBay*): 🤍 Noga Deburring Set (Amazon*): 🤍 NogaFlex Indicator Holder with Fine Adjust (Amazon*): 🤍 1/4 x 6" Parallel Set (Amazon*): 🤍 Chicago Latrobe HSS Short Letter Drill Set (Amazon*): 🤍 Chicago Latrobe HSS Short Number Drill Set (Amazon*): 🤍 Chicago Latrobe HSS Short Fractional Drill Set (Amazon*): 🤍 Bondhus Metric Hex Key Set (Amazon*): 🤍 Bondhus SAE Hex Key Set (Amazon*): 🤍 QIDI Tech PA12-CF Carbon Fiber Nylon (Amazon*): 🤍 DRO Pros 4-axis Mill Kit: 🤍 *These are affiliate links. When you click one of these links and make a purchase, it helps to support projects like this one. Raw Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License 🤍 00:41 The Plan 02:18 3D Modeling in Fusion 360 08:36 3D Printed Parts and Threaded Inserts 10:00 Laser Cut Aluminum from SendCutSend 11:29 Power tapping gone awry 12:27 Modifying the Scale Cover 15:30 Installation is the Reverse of Removal 18:18 Programming the DRO to Sum 20:23 Testing With a Dial Indicator 22:07 Spacing Out the Power Downfeed Crank 23:10 Conclusion
I renamed this video adding the suffix Part 1. There's at least one more video to removing the head from the "yoke", or head flange as described in the manual. Link to the download page for the manual for this machine on Keith Rucker's site VintageMachinery.org. here: 🤍 His YouTube channel is here: 🤍 Brad Kahler put up a YouTube video recently, similar to my first 602 video showing detailed pictures of another early model that may be helpful to others. Thanks to Brad! His YouTube channel is here: 🤍 Let me know if you guys want more info. I'm at a point where it wouldn't be too difficult to document the full process on video. Yes there are a lot of uhm's and oh's as I was doing this on the fly. This was my first real semi on camera video for YouTube.
Video made back in march and just forgot about . Making a piece for a hand wheel for the fine feed on the quill used a hand wheel off an old Harbor Freight tablesaw.
Stepper motor and driver 🤍 🤍 Motor and driver: 🤍 Stepper speed controler 🤍 Power supply 🤍 Wiring details 🤍 I've had a few goes at designing a power feed for my mill over the years but they have been abandoned through lack of suitable motor/ speed control. The motor need to develop full power and be controllable from a slow feed to a fast traverse. My recent discovery of the use of stepper motors fitted the bill.