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This is a re-branded SIEG X1 micro mill which has a chuck capacity of 10mm with the standard drill-type chuck or takes an unknown taper fitting for a proper milling chuck. It has electronic speed control and 2 gears, dual-speed z-axis controls and a 45 degree tilting column. Induction is not required for using this tool but suitable PPE including safety googles MUST be worn, if you'd like help using it then please contact one of the "Knowledgeable users" listed below for assistance. We do not keep any stock of milling cutters suitable for this machine and you'll have to provide your own, this is because cutters are expensive and easily broken and it wouldn't be fair to others to have to pay for them.  
 
 
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Chester Cobra Mini Mill


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Introduction

Chester Cobra Mini Mill

This is a re-branded SIEG X1 micro mill which has a chuck capacity of 10mm with the standard drill-type chuck or takes an unknown taper fitting for a proper milling chuck. It has electronic speed control and 2 gears, dual-speed z-axis controls and a 45 degree tilting column. Induction is not required for using this tool but suitable PPE including safety googles MUST be worn, if you'd like help using it then please contact one of the "Knowledgeable users" listed below for assistance. We do not keep any stock of milling cutters suitable for this machine and you'll have to provide your own, this is because cutters are expensive and easily broken and it wouldn't be fair to others to have to pay for them.

Current Status

Date Status Comment
10th September 2018 Functional

Planned Upgrades

Parts and upgrades that are planned/Budgeted/Purchased for in the near future


Chester Cobra Mini Mill

Maintainers

These are the people who look after and repair the Chester mini mill, they're the ones to contact if there's any problems with it

Name Notes
Steve-R
James-M

Recent Changes

If you make any non-trivial changes to the Chester mini mill or perform maintenance please note it here, delete records older than 1 yr