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Jig for attaching a router firmly to the column of a drill press. When combined with an X-Y milling vise attached to the drill press table, this setup is suitable for accurate milling of wood.
FINE WOODWORKING #93 Mar-Apr 1992 pg. 14

Fabricate and install a simple lubrication system on a vertical milling machine. It will keep the cutter properly lubricated and also blow away accumulated chips.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Oct 1978 (v.67#7) pg. 55

Table protectors for your milling machine. Plywood tabletop protectors reduce cleanup and keep the precision-made tabletop from being damaged by dropped tools and coolant stains.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Nov 1978 (v.67#8) pg. 64

Make a set of four "indicator adapters". This device allows a dial indicator shaft to be inserted directly into the tool-holder bore where it is held securely and exactly in the same plane with the center line of the milling machine spindle. This simplifies accurate positioning and leveling of the work piece.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Dec 1978 (v.67#9) pg. 34

Four handy attachments: (1) Arbor for vertical milling machine lets you do horizontal milling on a small job. (2) Quill stop for vertical milling machine. (3) Indicator holder attaches to spindle without removing cutter. (4) Broach collar for milling machine.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Jan 1979 (v.68#1) pg. 16

Make an auxiliary vise table for your milling machine. It clamps snugly in the milling machine vise and eliminates the need to remove the vise when it is not wanted.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Mar 1979 (v.68#3) pg. 42

Accessory table for machine tools which require extensive mathematical calculations during use (metal lathe, milling machine, surface grinder, etc). This table has an inexpensive calculator fastened to the top, a note pad, and a pencil. The table is easily attached to the machine when needed.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Sep 1979 (v.68#6) pg. 16

Build a portable machine table in order to teach machine set-up without actually tying up a machine.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Oct 1979 (v.68#7) pg. 52

Milling head features replaceable cutter bits.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Nov 1979 (v.68#8) pg. 60

Cover made of aluminum plate and tubing encloses the exposed rotating arbor on a horizontal milling machine. This safety device will prevent someone from catching their hair in the machine.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Feb 1980 (v.69#2) pg. 50

Nomogram (chart) determines the correct RPM's for high speed cutting tools on various metals up to 2" in diameter.
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION Feb 1981 (v.70#2) pg. 48

Using slitting and slotting saws in a drill press, lathe and milling machine. These midget circular saws make many jobs much easier.
POPULAR MECHANICS Feb 1966 (v.125#2) pg. 186

Chip shield for milling machine. Protect cross-feed screws and ways from chips with plastic covers which move with block.
POPULAR MECHANICS May 1966 (v.125#5) pg. 170

How to mill on a drill press.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jan 1969 (v.131#1) pg. 180

How to make a brush attachment for a milling machine to keep metal chips from building up in the cutter.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jul 1970 (v.134#1) pg. 177

Versatile lathe milling-table attachment made from a common angle plate. Est. cost: $10.
POPULAR MECHANICS Jul 1972 (v.138#1) pg. 172

Make a milling attachment to turn a metal lathe into a milling machine. Requires sweat-type elbow and 2 reducer pipe fittings.
POPULAR SCIENCE Sep 1970 (v.197#3) pg. 133

Two English tools tested. (1) Kit-built milling machine. (2) Hand-powered metal shaper.
POPULAR SCIENCE Jan 1971 (v.198#1) pg. 90