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    Thanks to both of you. I appreciate it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdedmon91 View Post
    Thanks to both of you. I appreciate it.
    Now I need to go digging through my stuff to see if I have that issue here someplace.
    Looking forward to see what you come up with!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alanganes View Post
    Now I need to go digging through my stuff to see if I have that issue here someplace.
    Looking forward to see what you come up with!
    Iíll look to see if I have that issue, it may be one I let a friend have. My plan is to use rage blade, the photo and work out the first holder. Even used holders on EBay is expensive.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jdedmon91 View Post
    I’ll look to see if I have that issue, it may be one I let a friend have. My plan is to use rage blade, the photo and work out the first holder. Even used holders on EBay is expensive.


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    I just looked at my copy, it is Jan/Feb 2015. The article shows a holder for 130 degree spades. I don't know if flat bottom spades work with the same holder or not.

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    All of the big names such as Sandvik and Kennametal produce this type of drill system, but there is no standardisation you could rely on.

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    Yes from what I seen there is several types. I googled spade drill holders an found this photo The spade drills I have are this style, so the plan is to try to machine custom holder up in the shop. Since the commercial ones Iíve priced are expensive itís worth a shot


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    There is no reason why an HSM person can't make a spade drill holder like the one shown above. They are very simple, really.

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    We shall see


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    Spade drilling is awesome but takes a great deal of power and a stout machine. Drill straight through in one shot if possible, inserted spade drills do not enjoy making small holes larger.

    2 11/16" spade drill through 3 1/2" of 1018 steel in 4 minutes per part.

    This is a 24" Dia. chuck 30 horsepower spindle W&S turret lathe, do not try this at home (-:

    This machine will not stop, it will rip the tang off a 3" taper shank drill.

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    Wow!

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