Looks great, what did it end up costing you?
The Mill is GREAT!
Its 400w, but comparing to the RC MACHINES mill that i used before (360W, Mini mill Clone) It can cut twice as deep with the same speed. Another Plus is that its the most silent mill i have ever used, it only makes a small "bzzz" For example, if i whisper then the guy near me can hear it with ease. This is my first private mill and i can pretty much say that this is the best thing i have ever bought.
Free Hobby Book with the Purchase (LOTS OF GREAT TIPS, FROM SIMPLE OPERATIONS TO MAKING GEARS AND....)
Accurate. (Considered to be the most accurate small sized mill)
I Would say This is the Ferrari of Mills
I Bought alot of Endmills and many useful stuff aswell.
Precision Milling vise. (Choose the wrong size but thats completely my fault, i can use it though)
Arbor For Gear cutting.
Drill and Tap set.
ahh i got alot more stuff :P
I need to buy a dial indicator tommorow.
OK Now Some PICS.
Yeah Yeah, i know the table is messy, im usually very organized in this type of work, but today i got a "bit" excited.
The Cost was about 3500usd, All the STUFF.
PS: The Dividing table wasnt attached with studs, It was attached with bolts, but i had to rotate the rotary table to find the holes.
The Mill looks great.
What is the FF400 Accuracy?
I couldn't find it anywhere... The FF500 Is stated as "Up to 0.05mm" So I assume its +-0.05mm.