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This mini-mill is to be used primarily for metal or plastics. Special instructions are needed if using this mill on steel. Please discuss the necessary precautions involving steel as a material with the owner, [mailto:director@daringRandD.com Andy Darling], if you need to work steel for a project. Do not use on wood.
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This mini-mill is to be used primarily for metal or plastics. Special instructions are needed if using this mill on steel. Do not use on wood.
  
 
''See also: [[Hosted/10000023 | Taig Mini-Mill]]''
 
''See also: [[Hosted/10000023 | Taig Mini-Mill]]''
  
=== Requires Owner Approval to Become Qualified for Operation ===
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=== Requires Approval to Become Qualified for Operation ===
  
If you would like a class on operating the mill, please contact the owner, Andy Darling. If you are interested in using the lathe and feel you have prior qualifications, you must apply for approval to the owner, [mailto:director@daringRandD.com Andy Darling].
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Contact [mailto:facilities@atxhs.org Danny Miller], [mailto:hr@atxhs.org Joe Ngo], [mailto:ops@atxhs.org Robert Ristroph] to get a walk through on the operation and safety for those tools. The owner, Andrew Darling is no longer in the hackerspace, but is continuing to allow us access to his tools.
  
 
=== Features ===
 
=== Features ===

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This mini-mill is to be used primarily for metal or plastics. Special instructions are needed if using this mill on steel. Do not use on wood.

See also: Taig Mini-Mill

Requires Approval to Become Qualified for Operation

Contact Danny Miller, Joe Ngo, Robert Ristroph to get a walk through on the operation and safety for those tools. The owner, Andrew Darling is no longer in the hackerspace, but is continuing to allow us access to his tools.

Features

  • Dovetail column
  • Safety shut off switch
  • Adjustable depth stop
  • Fine feed head control
  • Geared drive
  • Clear guard on spindle
  • Rubber chip guards on ways
  • Zero setting dials read in inches
  • Adjustable dovetail ways on column
  • 3/8" and 1/2" collets
  • 1/2" drill chuck
  • Two T-nuts
  • Made in an ISO 9001 factory

Specifications

  • Motor: 3/4 HP, 110V, single-phase
  • Spindle taper: MT #3
  • T-slots: 2 @ 1-1/8" centers, 7/16" wide
  • Head travel: 7-1/2"
  • Head tilt: 45° L/R
  • Max. distance spindle to table: 11-1/2"
  • Swing: 12-3/4"
  • Table travel (longitudinal): 7-5/16"
  • Table travel (cross): 4"
  • Table size: 3-5/8" x 15-3/4"
  • Range of speeds: Variable, 0–2500 RPM
  • Approximate shipping weight: 149 lbs.

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