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Draper 22832 Mill Drill Kit for 22824 Micro Metal Lathe
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- Ideal for the model maker and for precision work
- Variable Speed motor
- Micro Mill Conversion
- Milling Capacity 6mm
- Draper guarenteed product
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This Draper Micro Mill conversion kit allows the user to convert the 150Watt 230Volt Micro Metal Lather Stock No 22824 into a Micro Mill. Draper Tools are manufactured to high quality standards that are strictly controlled by our quality control engineers. They also offer good value and useful features to improve the performance of the product. All Draper products carry these attributes and are backed by our guarantee. Draper Tools is a family-run company that has been selling high-quality tools in the United Kingdom and beyond for more than 90 years. To bring you the tool you need, the Draper buying team sources innovative products which adhere to strict ethical and quality standards from all around the world.
1 x Micro Mill Conversion Kit
1 x Instruction Manual
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There are a few design changes I would make: the tail-stock is in a place that nicely takes the skin off your knuckles when winding the tool-holder slide along the work. I ended up taking it off unless it was strictly necessary to support the piece being worked. I was not happy with the way the front swarf guard fitted, I ended up making a plate from steel sheet to attach to the cross-slide front screws then attached the guard to that. This prevents the chance of damage to the guard and allows for a degree of adjustment. I might even change that plate for a small hinge (stiffened by squashing gently in the vice) so that it can be moved closer to the cutting area or out of the way.
The only major complaint I have is that the motor does not always keep a constant speed unless it is at least in the mid-range of its speed dial. Also, as ever with fairly simple electronic speed controls, there is a severe lack of torque at low speeds. This may make for problems turning anything of a largish diameter when you might need a slower cutting speed.
Otherwise, if you want something for small jobs that does not need a full use and workshop to support it, it's a good buy and great fun to use. Just watch your knuckles . . .