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Revision as of 12:02, 22 February 2019

Bridgeport Mill
BridgeportMill-logo.jpg
Manufacturer Adcock-Shipley
Model Bridgeport Type J head
Obtained Purchased by Hackspace (November 2012)
Location Metalworking Area
Team Metalworking
Induction Required Yes (use request form)
Booking {{{booking}}}
Status Defunct
Tools:   all pageslistPower ToolsBroken tools     {{}}

Bridgeport milling machine by Adcock-Shipley of Leicester made in about 1974.

Induction

Note Note: an induction is required to use this tool safely

To book an induction please fill in this form

References

Manuals

Milling Machine

A copy of the manual for the bridgeport is available for download here: File:Bridgeport-manual.pdf. Please note that we have a Type J head, and so the sections on the 2J2, M and E heads can be safely ignored.

Digital Read Out

The Digital Read Out

The digital read out is a Newall DP7. The manual is available to download on their website:

http://www.newall.com/upload/content/file/DP7%20Display%20Manual.pdf

Spare Parts

Spare parts for the Bridgeport are available from the following websites: