[Noisebridge-discuss] cnc mill

Taylor Alexander tlalexander at gmail.com
Tue Apr 3 00:44:28 PDT 2012

So I totally didn't realize NB had a cnc mill (even if its old and cruddy),
thats awesome.

Does anyone know if that's like an ER32 collet or something?

I might have an old banged up collet that we no longer need at my work.
(that would still be fine for most stuff) Also do you have a need for old
slightly chipped but still mostly good carbide end mills? We've got lots of

I never make it up to NB but if anyone knows what you need I might be able
to help donate some stuff.


On Tue, Apr 3, 2012 at 12:35 AM, Jake <jake at spaz.org> wrote:

> The computer which goes with the CNC mill has been put back in place, with
> a monitor and keyboard and mouse.  It has also been cleaned of dust with a
> vacuum and air blower.
> The CNC machine has been cleaned and freed of random bits of trash.
> BUT we are still missing some important things:  the fourth axis which
> looks like this (except with blue trim instead of black)
> http://www.positiveflow.com/taig/taig4ax.jpg
> also, much more importantly, we are missing the 1/8" collet.
> It is necessary for holding bits which have a 1/8" shank.
> Right now we only have the collet for 1/4" shank which is nearly useless.
> here is a picture of a 1/8" collet:
> http://store.a2zcorp.us/ProductDetailNP.asp?Cguid={FFC84CA8-8911-4090-81FC-97BFB8042462}&ProductID=1219
> UNFORTUNATELY i don't know if the above item (which is for sale) is the
> right part for our mill.  probably the company could tell us.
> although maybe someone here knows where the 1/8" collet is, perhaps it's
> in a container with a bunch of mill bits?
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