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    Re: Ball screw load data

    Thanks

    So what are the differences and benefits of using the 3205 ?

    What benefit of using the large diameter?

    The main question is

    Can I use 2506 instead of 3205 ?
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    Ball screw load data

    Hello


    I am looking for help to understand Ball Screw Load data ..

    I'm upgrading milling machine which has a 3205 Ball screw .

    Examination of the data of 25 mm diameter screws with a pitch...
  3. Re: 4 Axis Mach 3 Postprocessor (free but kinda wip)

    Hello everyone

    I use SC2012

    Can not see the GPP file in the table

    can get help Please?

    Thanks in advance
  4. Re: Bridgeport ballscrew retrofit, design the yoke

    I decided to make the YOK using a 3D printer (printer also designed and manufactured by me)

    (After a note sent to me by e-mail about matching to the machine)

    this is the YOK ,,,, full scale...
  5. Re: Bridgeport ballscrew retrofit, design the yoke

    Hello darco30

    I rely on this drawing
    The most important measure is the distance between the axes (101.6 mm) .
    The rest is adapted to the screw you intend to use .

    Hope I helped
    If you need...
  6. Re: Bridgeport ballscrew retrofit, design the yoke

    Hi

    I'm going to use a 32 mm 5mm Pitch screws .
    The measurements taken from drawing of a similar Yoke of from HIWIN .
    I would be happy to send you the drawing of the Yok .

    Note : Yok ...
  7. Re: Bridgeport ballscrew retrofit, design the yoke

    Hey
    I'm working on a similar project
    I have solid Work files 310402 of the Yoke
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