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    Default Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    anyone have the measurements of the front Y axis way cover apron? Mine has been missing since I got the machine. I have been able to a get around this by using a small amount of Y travel so the table keeps the ways covered but my new fixture plat uses a lot of travel and I don't want the way and ballscrew exposed while machining.

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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkStarMedia View Post
    anyone have the measurements of the front Y axis way cover apron? Mine has been missing since I got the machine. I have been able to a get around this by using a small amount of Y travel so the table keeps the ways covered but my new fixture plat uses a lot of travel and I don't want the way and ballscrew exposed while machining.

    Richard
    Mine has been taped back together with Gorilla Tape so it might not be the original size. It's now 16 inches wide by 14 inches long. It seems to cover and work well.

    I have just gotten my TC 22 back into service and had to repair the shield just last week. The former owner had kept the machine going by removing the skirt and covering both sides with a layer of Gorilla tape. Most of it seems to be in good shape with the only only one failure point ,where the skirt was taped to the L shaped mounting bracket. In a hurry I pop riveted two flat pieces of aluminum as a makeshift hinge point and started running her

    I did find that you can order the piece from a company so if you want I'll find the info for you.. I have no idea how much they want as they have an "Ask for Quote" form on the website.



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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    I am getting a quote. I imagine it will be cheaper per unit to get multiples if you (or anyone else for that matter) are interested.

    Do you have the dimensions for the Z apron? the PO of my mill replaced it with a sheet of rubber, it works, it just looks half assed.

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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkStarMedia View Post
    I am getting a quote. I imagine it will be cheaper per unit to get multiples if you (or anyone else for that matter) are interested.

    Do you have the dimensions for the Z apron? the PO of my mill replaced it with a sheet of rubber, it works, it just looks half assed.

    Richard
    MIne is half there..... I'll be back later with the measurements...

    I would be interested in a new set for mine if I don't faint at the price



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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    I bought mine from dissen (bp-parts.com). When it arrived it had a magnet with the manufacturers name and indicated they can rebuild them. I'll get the name and number on Monday.

    I have the leaves I pulled off. I'll take a photo and maybe they can be put to good use by someone.



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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    BTW, the quote I got was nutz. did you get the name off the magnet?

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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkStarMedia View Post
    BTW, the quote I got was nutz. did you get the name off the magnet?
    A&A Manufacturing
    800-298-2066
    sales@aaman.com
    www.aaman.com

    I have a complete rear cover that likely could be repaired and a few pieces from the front.

    Update: The phone number is correct. A&A Manufacturing is now Dynatect Manufacturing https://dynatect.com/

    https://dynatect.com/product/protect...epair-service/

    Last edited by forhire; 07-11-2018 at 05:51 PM. Reason: Company changed names


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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    I got the quote back from dynatect... ~$150 plus shipping each. I imagine the Z cover is a bit more but I don't have the measurements for the z cover.

    Lead time is stated as 30 days.

    Let me know if anyone else is interested.

    Richard



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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    Quote Originally Posted by DarkStarMedia View Post
    I got the quote back from dynatect... ~$150 plus shipping each. I imagine the Z cover is a bit more but I don't have the measurements for the z cover.
    Was that for rebuild or replacement? That is a LOT less than I paid.



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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    New replacement. I assume I will have to drill the 2 mounting holes in the angle bracket but other than that it should be good to go.

    Richard



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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    Hardinge sells them. I believe the part number is the same for the Y and Z axis. If you get the part number out of the book and go to hardinge website you can look it up. If I remember correctly they were somewhere around 130 or 150 in price.

    I was shocked that their price was that low.

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    Default Re: Way cover apron on a Torq -Cut 22

    hey, what do ya know.... they have the Y cover but the Z cover (bigger) is out of stock.I will have to call them monday.

    Richard



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