Retrofitting a 1986 Maho MH400E

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05 Jun 2019 18:35 #135969 by RotarySMP
If you look at it closely, it looks like that anti rotation feature is only bolted to the side of the main housing. You could probably remove it and make a new one which fit the MAHO better.

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05 Jun 2019 20:15 #135972 by Glemigobles
This is probably a really stupid question, but I was wondering about that pull stud, how do you go about screwing and unscrewing it? It looks like it's round and doesn't have any design features where you could fit a key or wrench, unlike the OTT pull studs for the Maho spindle. Is it that it doesn't need to be tightly fastened?

You might succeed in selling me on this idea after all :)

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05 Jun 2019 22:23 #135976 by drimaropoylos
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05 Jun 2019 22:30 #135977 by andypugh

Glemigobles wrote: You might succeed in selling me on this idea after all :)


It's shiny!

(Looking at the picture on the literature it seems likely that the entire shank can be swapped, if modification or pull-stud swap isn't an option)

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06 Jun 2019 07:17 #136013 by drimaropoylos
In the Maho speeder the top bearing is located insight the taper, I guess to make is as short as possible. Chances are that the same is happening in this speeder and the taper is not removable.
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06 Jun 2019 08:23 #136017 by Glemigobles
My manual says that Maho speeders took an ISO30 taper inside an ISO40 shank, your picture looks like it's just an ER collet system. They probably made various types over the years. Is it yours?

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06 Jun 2019 08:24 #136018 by Glemigobles

andypugh wrote:

Glemigobles wrote: You might succeed in selling me on this idea after all :)


It's shiny!


And oh so cheap!

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06 Jun 2019 08:35 #136019 by drimaropoylos
Have bought it on flea market for 80 euro. The collet I thing is M type.

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06 Jun 2019 08:40 #136020 by drimaropoylos
If it has construction like this, than it may have removable taper.
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06 Jun 2019 08:44 #136021 by Glemigobles

drimaropoylos wrote: Have bought it on flea market for 80 euro. The collet I thing is M type.


And you use it on your machine? Does it work well? 80 € is super cheap if it works.

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