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    Hi all, new member with a new Enco mill, the 20" sitting in my driveway in the crate to deal with when I get home. The free freight finally got me moving. I am pretty excited, I have had a lathe for a few years so looking foreward to the increased versatility. I am sure I will have a lot of questions. I am basically a gunsmith and sports car hobbyist. I am glad to have this resource, this seems like a great place with lots of good info freely shared.
    Thanks
    Bob Ray

  • #2
    Congratulations on the new acquisition and welcome!

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    • #3
      Drill hole in floor, drop pin in it, winch mill into garage...

      Get it up on rollers? pipes or solid bar stock and roll it a few inches at a time.. can move it anywhere like that..

      Keep your fingers on your hands..

      http://www.metalmeet.com is another excellent place for someone with parallel hobbies to mine...
      Excuse me, I farted.

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      • #4
        get some meat head friends to drag it into place, a case of beer works. make sure the work is done before the beer is passed around.

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        • #5
          Like David says, 3/4 black pipe and an inexpensive come a long works well.
          Cheers, Bob

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          • #6
            clean the goop off the ways and all before you crank the table around , it tends to harden up and mess with the lube I took mine all apart to get into the basement and cleaned out some chips and iron dust while I was at it. bridge ports often come with grit in their oil passages the enco was cleaner

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            • #7
              Which mill did you get? I am not sure what a 20" one is.

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