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what are these legacy ornamental mill parts, they are covered in sawdust, i haven't cleaned them yet.
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The parts sitting on the rotary table may be part of the vertical milling attachment. They may also be extra leg brackets, I can't really tell without seeing everything laid out.

I can't find my DVD that has the old catalog on it, but there are a bunch of pictures here that might help.

History of Ornamental Mills by Legacy Woodworking/Phantom Engineering

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ok, thank you, i thought it looks like parts of a z axis.
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it is part of the Z axis
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""Z axis"" Boy that just went zoooooming over the top of my head.

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CNC terms

X Axis is right - Left, Y Axis is Front - Back, Z Axis is Up - Down

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Does anyone have a legacy indexable rotary table they would like to sell?
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The forum owners ask that we not share info like phone numbers and personal emails using our private messaging system. So if any one replies include your own personal info so that Ziegler can reply to you.

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