Recently I purchased a nice old Delta triple cutter molding head, model
#84-813(?--found penciled inside the box)on eBay. It arrived in a
sweet little wooden box with nine sets of cutters, a Allen-type wrench
on a hotdog-shaped steel handle, and a routed space for some other part
which is missing. $28, delivered.
But I wanna know what that missing part is: the space is shaped
something like a champagne cork, only smaller--about 1 3/8" long and
1/2 dia, with a wider truncated cone at one end. I did a quick DAGS,
and one on the OWWM site(looking for "Delta molding head")without luck.
Any o' you other dorkers got a notion? Thanks.
You're probably right, guys. That thought had crossed my mind, and the
slot would be about the right size for a bushing. It is not in the
bore on the head; however, as the bore fits my TS, I won't worry about
it. Thanks for the quick response.
I'm gonna make a couple of zero-clearance plates and whittle up some
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