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  • #61
    The bearing block hole needs to be more accurate than you are likely to get from a fly cutter Curtis. You should use a boring head or turn it on a lathe with a 4 jaw chuck. You also could turn it from round stock and, if you want to, square it up afterwards. You might need to flip the jaws on your small lathe.
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    • #62
      My husband works with wood and aluminum. This all information will be useful for him to work. Thank.

      https://mytoptools.com/

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      • #63
        My husband works with wood and aluminum. This all information will be useful for him to work. Thank.

        https://mytoptools.com/

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        • #64
          John:

          While drill presses are not milling machines, or lathes, I would think that there would be a tool that I could fit into a chuck that I could use to do the job. I can see using successively larger bits, but there comes a time when that becomes untenable and very sloppy. The next thing that comes to mind is a hole saw. 62 MM or a 2 7/16" which works out to .0034 smaller than the 2.4404" specified.....great for a tight fit...if there is no extra "play" at the teeth.

          I have been looking at boring heads, but they are for lathes. I am still looking, but so far find nothing "fine" enough to work on a drill press....that is why the fly cutter suggestion. Otherwise I am looking at an investment in a 4 jaw independent chuck for my HF 7x10 lathe. It has a three inch head, and to put a 4 inch would work, a 5 inch too. The part is 3.75" long....I could do it with the 4".

          This is just a minor thing..There is always just that one more tool one has to have....LOL ... I could use the 4 jaw chuck to good purposes.

          Curtis Scholl



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