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  • KING Canada - Replacement parts and service contact.

    GRANT PRETORIUS
    TECHNICIEN / TECHNICIAN

    700 MELOCHE
    DORVAL QUEBEC ( Montreal )
    H9P 2Y4
    TEL : 514-636-5464 EXT 310
    1-877-636-4214
    FAX : 514-556-3057

    Service310@kingcanada.com

    * For inquiries use the E-mail above *

    Grant Pretorius has been very helpful for me recently.
    Blue Wall
    Blue Wall
    Thanks for the information
    Elias
    Elias
    Does anyone out there know how to get a hold of a back gear for an Atlas 618?
    I have a small horizontal mill, no known brand. 5x7x3.5" table movement. Has a 1/2hp motor, ER32 collet chuck. Might not be what you were first thinking of but this got me going for the past 5 years.

    Gerrit
    St Catharines
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    LenVW
    LenVW
    I am limited to my basement shop.
    The machine needs to be compact and versatile.
    Some of us do not have that 40‘ x 80‘ shed to work with, at least not yet.
    gerritv
    gerritv
    I'm in part of a 12x20 secton of the basement. Most things are on wheels, except my lathe and Atlas MF. That way I can make space by moving stuff out of the way when not in use.
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    LenVW
    LenVW
    Creativity comes into play when we are challenged by restrictions. Some of the best ideas and arrangements come from reworking basic assemblies and setups. Keep those wheels handy, it’s easier then dragging things around.
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