Hobbymat MD65 Lathe (and Prazimat SD): Operating Manual, Maintenance Manual, Exploded-components Spares List, Wiring Diagram and screwcutting. Some photos of My Hobbymat MD65 Lathe. The Hobbymat was made in Eastern Germany until fairly recently and was designed for The Specifications are. Hobbymat md65 lathe instructions manual by andrew_mazurkiewic_2 in Types > Instruction manuals.
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Welcome to the forum! Looking for any advise on this machine.
They are side by side We take the security of your information seriously, which is why all communication between your computer, our server and our payment gateway is encrypted. I can get the nut off the threaded end of the leadscrew, but the handle itself won’t budge. Get rid of the source of vibration? For anyone else working on a Hobbymat, they’re made by Gedore.
Some aluminum is stubborn, but with everything on the machine working and adjusted properly, the right geometry on the cutting tool ensuring the cutting tool is also on centerenough support on the workpiece, the right spindle speed and feed rate, and perhaps a bit of cutting oil, you should be able to get a beautiful finish. Unless otherwise stated, all manuals are in English. Aug 12, A syndicated strip for machinists in the offing.
Read more about the condition. Something out of balance? It doesn’t look like rust, more like staining. The leadscrew handle is still refusing to come off the thread, even with the auto-feed engaged.
Lathe Hobbymat MD65 Manuel FR
If they are on the circumference, a C spanner or hook spanner is the thing to use, one of these: I got mine to cnc but it does such a fine quick job on little things i may just leave in manual mode. After that, try changes in speed to get away from the resident frequency, change feed rate, try a different tool profile. How pliable are the drive belts? If the link doesn’t work please message me on eBay and I will renew the link.
Chatter and crappy mznual could be due to a bunch of things – loose spindle bearings, loose gibs, poorly ground or dull tool or below center height or even too much work hanging out of the chuck. I do have a full set of gears and several things that came with it it you need some pictures. Add to watch list. Security We take the security of your information seriously, which is why all communication between your computer, our server and our payment gateway is encrypted.
United Kingdom and many other countries See details. There are 51 A4 pages including pictorial parts lists. That’s how mine is.
Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. There are an awful lot of things that could be causing your surface finish problems.
Hobbymat MD65 / Prazi SD300 lathe
Not bad machines but a bit tedious if you are used to more conventional designs. No, I won’t be hacksawing the thing apart Cleaning up a Hobbymat MD65 lathe Hi guys, I picked up a Hobbymat MD65 mini-lathe the other week, old and paint- chipped but otherwise in reasonably good nick. For interesting and helpful books on machine tools, see our books page. Motors are specials non standard treat with care! Is this still the best stuff to use, or should I use a different solvent instead?
Hobbymat Md 65 Manual
This item may be a floor model or store return that has been used. Thanks for all the replies and help.
Email to friends Share on Facebook – opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter – opens in a new window or tab Share on Pinterest – opens in a new window or tab Add to watch list. But only after I exhausted all other avenues — basically everything in the Haynes manual I had to hand. I can get a mirror finish on mine in aluminum The manual like all such documents assumes that nuts will come undone and that screw heads never break, rust never ever happens See all condition definitions – opens in a new window or tab On another tack do you understand the middle screw on the back of the carriage is a forcing screw not a gib.
I’d start with the spindle, then the gibs, then support, then the tool itself.
So I’m almost there Specifically, a 30 to 32mm C-spanner “hook spanner” with a 4mm pin. This listing has ended. Seems like this is all it is lacking. Once I get this sorted, I’ll probably look into fitting a quick-change toolpost and maybe a 4-jaw chuck Comments throughout like the following are entertaining, too.