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    When I was buying tooling for my Bridgeport, I picked up a couple of wrong toolholders. I can't find any references to these Kwik Switch style holders. They are similar to the Kwik Switch 200 holders that I need, but the taper is different.

    One is a shell mill adapter labelled Yuasa F35-1 and the other is a Yuasa JT-6. They are fine pieces of work but I need to know what the application is to market them. What to they belong to?

  • #2
    Hey,

    The JT-6 sounds like a standard Jacobs Taper. They are identified from #0-#6, then #33. The JT-6 has a major dia. of .67600", minor dia. of .62409" and a 1.00000" length.
    Sorry, but I don't know the significance of the F35-1 designation.

    Howard

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    • #3
      S.

      How about calling Yuasa and asking them?

      I see a whole bunch of different quick change tool holder setups for mills in various catalogs so it isn't surprising you've run across some odd ones.

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      • #4
        I've found Yuasa to be a huge conglomerate that produces all kinds of things. I haven't found this kind of machine tool or line of holders.

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        • #5
          Spence

          Their website is http://www.yuasa-intl.com/
          if you can't find what you are looking for email them with the part number and they will get back to you


          [This message has been edited by Thrud (edited 03-06-2004).]

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          • #6
            Thanks Thrud,

            I looked their site over once before but wasn't able to find any toolholders like these. I've written to them.

            Thanks

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