My benchtop mill is experience some bad backlash. Can anybody give me any good ideas on a quick and dirty way of reducing it?
One good method is to investigate the problem then fix it.
Itís like saying my automobile wonít go how do I fix it. You need to take the trouble to give some background/details if you really want some help. Otherwise the silence could be deafening.
Originally Posted by jhwatts
Check out these links:
Ball screw backlash:
Eliminating Backlash 101
You're categorically dreaming if you think machining problems can solved by the application of "quick and dirty" methods.
Quickest and dirtiest method I know of is to buy a great, tight machine in the first place.
Otherwise, you slog thru each and every part, find the problem and then solve them bit by bit, piece by piece.