Neither video at the link is super professional. One is done in house by
our Sr. guy here (the triple spindle tapping) and the other is done by a
customer (OEM) of ours.
If you are offended, scared, or allergic to stuff that might cause someone
to call me and ask about my product, simply ignore this post please. The
multiple spindle units can be mounted on drill press, CNC or milling
machines - or even on a direct motor mount and driven by air or hydraulic
stroke... So I figure this is close enough to on topic to pass the test for
many here. Plus, one of you saw these already and told me to post it so
I'll just use the "he told me to do it!" excuse anyway...
One question I was asked is whether the units can mill... The answer is
"that depends..." but probably not. The spindles are similar to a drill
press spindle where side loads are not suggested. some folks are doing it
in composites, but they are either rebuilding the bearing structure
regularly or using bushing guides for the tooling.
Joe Agro, Jr.
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