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    Re: DM 2400 refit.

    The oiling system is pretty elaborate too.
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    Re: DM 2400 refit.

    Check out the attention to detail on the column bolts.
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    This machine has a work envelope around 4"x4". Weighs about 200lbs. Quite different than say a Sherline.
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    Re: DM 2400 refit.

    Gib strip adjusters and locks.
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    Re: DM 2400 refit.

    X & Y axis have rubber bellows covering the lead screws. Nice little flanges they attach to also.
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    Re: DM 2400 refit.

    Here is the nut assembly.
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    Re: DM 2400 refit.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fastest1 View Post
    Here is the nut assembly.
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    I believe I want to put this machine up for sale.
    It is not operational at the moment as I was about to remove the gear reductions. I have the Griftek stepper mounts that allow that conversion, a few of the Dyna tool holders and many assorted bits. Look thru this thread as there are a few mods ;-) A full enclosure with a chip auger. It was never completed but I do have the chute and auger. I will not separate the parts. I will work on getting some recent photos as it is buried in the garage. I am also considering selling the DM3000 with all of its bits. Preferably as person willing to pick it up in the Houston area. Too many parts to list.
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