Je vous prie mes coéquipiers d'être présent massivement le 26.02.2020 pour la sortie de mon nouveau single qui arrive #doucement mais sûrement. J'ai travaillé avec une énergie enthousiaste que je compte vous retransmettre à travers cette mélodie riche en couleurs. Avec tout votre amour et soutien #2020 s'annonce merveilleusement bien👌🏾🔥🙏🏾🎸
I beg you my teammates to be massively present on 02.26.2020 for the release of my new single which is coming #softly but surely. I worked with an enthusiastic energy which I intend to transmit to you through this melody rich in colors. With all your love and support #2020 promises to be wonderful
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4 15010 February, 2020
I just got me some SPV tapping heads for cheap (I was the only one that bid🤗).
These were made in Eskilstuna, Sweden.
It’s old steel, but a good design.
They are still manufactured today, they even have some CNC-compatible version.
And the tap-holders can be bought new, all different sizes available.
I have to check what the prices are🤔
I got 3 pcs of MK3 (MT3) heads with 19 pcs of quick-change collets.
I polished 1 that was rusty and left the other 2 as they came.
They are non-reversing, but have a clutch that kicks in when too much torque is applied, then it just spins.
The tap is floating and drags the head with it when operating it.
You can set the right clutch amount by using torque wrench and adjust the round front ring to the desired tension.
On one of the collets I will weld on an 3/8” socket so I can use my torque wrench (you can buy it new from the factory, but I have one different collet that I can sacrifice). I tested tapping 2 holes in a cold rolled steel bar, at these settings:
M12 - 60 rpm, bottoming tap
M10 - 115 rpm, regular tap