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Discussion in 'Gunsmithing and Repairs' started by marklav111, Nov 21, 2012.

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  1. marklav111

    marklav111 Member

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    Thank you guys for all the input. I would have never been able to figure some of these out !

    Here are photos of the last few. Thank you again
     

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  2. rcmodel

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    The first is an indexing head for a milling machine.

    Used to mill evenly spaced flats, gear teeth, etc. on round objects.

    The second one looks like a 90 degree table jig of some sort.

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  3. BBBBill

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    As rcmodel indicated, the first is a basic horizontal spin index that most likely is used with 5C collets. Appears to be a (very common) Chinese/Taiwanese version sold under the Phase II brand name. The second appears to be an old school revolver cylinder yoke tool that used to be made/sold by Trapper Gun. The pic is not detailed enough to be sure.
     
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    Actually the first is a drill sharpening rig for an old type of drill sharpener that I believe sunstrandt made back in the day. I used that exact same thing to hold and index drills in it at one of the first machine shops I worked at. It was also useable in a tool grinder that they made for sharpening end mills. I don't see any bolt slots or toe clamp surfaces acceptable for clamping that to a mill table, do you?

    The one on the right, no clue.
     
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