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-====== Mini Mill ====== 
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-The mini-mill is suitable for milling just about anything, given the right spindle speed and tool.\\ 
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-===== Approved Users ===== 
-==== Trainers ==== 
-[[user:skot]]\\  
-[[user:atrophy]] 
-==== Users ==== 
-[[user:bdowning]] 
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-[[user:factotum]] 
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-===== Instructions for Use ===== 
-Before turning the mill on, ensure that both the main power switch and speed control knob are in the 'off' position.\\ 
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-Use climb cutting for steel. Conventional or climb can be used for softer materials : 
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-[[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Milling_cutter#Conventional_milling_versus_climb_milling]] 
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-2 fluted milling bits are suitable for aluminium, use 4 fluted one for steel 
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-===== Specifications ===== 
-^ End-mill Capacity                   | 10mm   | 
-^ Face-mill Capacity                  | 20mm   | 
-^ Spindle Stroke                      | 30mm   | 
-^ Throat                              | 140mm  | 
-^ Maximum Distance Spindle to Table   | 220mm  | 
-^ Spindle Taper                       | MT2    | 
-^ Spindle Speeds (High Range)         | 100 - 2000rpm | 
-^ Spindle Speeds (Low Range)          | 100 - 1000rpm | 
-^ Forward/Reverse                     | Yes    | 
-^ Column Tilt                         | ±45°   | 
-^ Table Size                          | 240 x 145mm | 
-^ Table Cross Travel                  | 180mm  | 
-^ Longitudinal Travel                 | 180mm  | 
-^ Motor                               | 1/5hp  | 
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-===== Notes ===== 
-FIXME