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  • Doozer
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    Not trying to go off topic here,
    but Q? Does anyone know what
    a Hardinge HLV quick change tool
    post looks like? They have a side
    and a front dovetail and the locking
    elements is in the corner, and will
    lock a toolholder in either position.
    It is a tee nut of sorts, tightened
    by a draw screw, diagonally through
    the body of the tool post. Much like
    the pictured above, but diagonally.
    It is super simple, with just 2 moving
    parts basically. It is just a bit smaller
    than the AXA size. I wonder why
    no one copies the Hardinge tool
    post design? Some copyright issue?
    Surely it has expired years ago.
    I am half tempted to measure it up
    and draw it in Solidworks and post
    it here, if there is no legal issue
    to do so. What do you all think ? ? ?

    --Doozer

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  • George Bulliss
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    Originally posted by richz View Post
    I found a picture of this qctp on Pinterest. It references this site. Would it be possible for some to help me find the original posting?
    Looks like it's from this page:
    https://bbs.homeshopmachinist.net/fo...-tools/page106

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  • J Tiers
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    If you want to know how it works, that is pretty evident from a quick look at the parts.

    A reasonable system, if perhaps a little less than the "Q" part of QCTP.

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  • polaraligned
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    Did you try Google image search?

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  • richz
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    Help with qctp picture

    I found a picture of this qctp on Pinterest. It references Click image for larger version

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