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Bridgeport Milling Machines Lathes The classic Bridgeport Series 1 a 1966 "Model 9BRJ" and "Model 12BRJ" so called because they were fitted with a table either 9 or 12 inches wide and a 1HP Model J Head (the Series 1 was listed for the UK market with tables lengths of 32, 36, 42 and 48 inches with, respectively, 20, 24, 30, and 36 inches of longitudinal travel; all the tables were 9 inches ...

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Lever on top to front, lever on side to front, no rotation possible spindle is locked. The lever on the top rotates a slide ramp plate, which lowers or raises the clutch dogs (series of pins with springs in and out of the clutch) They have been known to …

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INSTALLATION, OPERATION, MAINTENANCE, AND PARTS LIST SERIES I MILLING MACHINES Revised: August 29, 2005 Manual No. M-450 Litho in U.S.A. Part No. M -0009500-0450 June, 2003

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The Bridgeport Series I Standard Mill is the original milling, drilling and boring machine. The Bridgeport Series I Knee Mill is the most popular mill ever made with over 370,000 machines built over the past 70-plus years. Bridgeport Series I Built the Bridgeport Way The long-term reliability of a Series I …

Bridgeport Series 1/J Head in Seattle, WA, USA. ... Seattle, WA, USA. Price: $3,500. Manufacturer: Bridgeport milling machines. Model: Bridgeport Series 1. This seller has been contacted 30 times in the last week. Interested in this machine? Click to Contact Seller. Seller Responsiveness: Verified Seller. Specifications. Condition:

I am storing some machines for a friend who is closing his shop, one is a Bridgeport with a J head Vari-speed 1 1/2 hp. It looks to be in good/rebuilt condition but the switch left of the head labeled Hi/Low Range actually is forward/reverse - no big deal.

At this point you can loosen the four head T-bolt nuts. Now carefully crank the Y-axis handle and the whole head assembly will go straight out and straight back in again. Be carefull the head assembly is top heavy you may need assistance to balance the head. With it out you can replace the T-bolts (part# 1431), Head tilt adjusting Screw (part ...

Hi All, I'm a long time lurker, and finally acquired my own Bridgeport. It is a 1981 2HP variable speed Series 1 with BP X-axis power feed, Mitutoyo 2-axis DRO, one shot oiler, chrome ways. In an epic journey, I picked it up 380 miles away from my home in ia, drove 15 hours towing a …

In a nutshell: J head has an R-8 taper pretty standard. M head had several tapers but the most common was Morse Taper #2. J head had power down feed, (with several feed speeds) M head did not, both had fine feed handwheels. J head has more quill travel than the M head. M heads are fairly sought after to be fitted to smaller home shop milling ...

Bridgeport head rotation? 10-24-2005, 07:16 AM. OK, tired of playing with my wannabe mill so I'm looking for a real mill. I see the specs on Bridgy's and most clones say the head rotates 90deg left and right. But I keep seeing pics with the heads rotated 180deg upside down for low center of gravity transport. What gives?

The simplest solution is to replace it. When bearings get up to $300 a pair (spindle bearings can get up to $50,000 a pair) then one has to wrestle with his deamons. [This message has been edited by Forrest Addy (edited 12-04-2005).] Comment.

Used Bridgeport Series 1 "J" head Questions; Likes: 0. Results 1 to 5 of 5 Thread: Used Bridgeport Series 1 "J" head Questions. Thread Tools. Show Printable Version; 03-11-2015, 10:07 AM #1. Lost Again. View Profile View Forum Posts Aluminum Join Date ...

Dec 11, 2015 Messages 47. May 4, 2016 #1 Hi All, Im wondering if any one can give me the height of a typical j head Bridgeport mill base. I'm scheduled to pick up my new to me but quite old Bridgeport mill this weekend and in my plans is to load it on a pallet then use 1/2inch screws to secure it onto the pallet, just not sure what length bolts ...

I just bought a Bridgeport Series 1 M-head milling machine. I just watched a video showing a guy rotating a the head on a J-head style machine 180 degrees for transport. Does the M-head style do the same? It won't damage anything? Video inside.

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