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Deckel FP2, 1964; used parts for sale?

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Plastic
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Oct 18, 2022
Hello from Sweden/from a Finn.
I have a Deckel FP2, from 1964, serial number 3284, and some owner before me, broke the gear for Y-axishandle/shaft.
I would like to know, if someone have these gears for sale? Look at M_M at the drawing.
I know, that all pats and books are on "FrankSinger Gmbh;s site, but the price is a bit hih for my wallet.
So,if somebody have these gears and is willing to sell them, contact me.
This seems to be a huge site for "gearheads"! WOW.
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Plastic
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Sorry!
If You look at the left part of the drawing, You see the end of the "long"axel, (begins from far right side, with a wheel in the end) and conical gear, inside machine.
That one and the one "behind it", are those for moving the table in Y-direction, manually.
My fault, I did not control the picture, when adding it.
Tomorrow, I am able to ad some better pictures, have the drawing at my shop.
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Plastic
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Here is a better viev of those gears. Direct from Franz Singer Gmbh.
 

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Plastic
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Oct 18, 2022
By the way, sorry to correct You: The "cut" I mentioned, is the M_M cut. There You see these gears and how they are attached,
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AlfaGTA

Diamond
Joined
Dec 13, 2002
Location
Benicia California USA
Just to be clear here....if you are talking about the gears that are shown at section M,M....Believe that is the hand wheel for the vertical axis...generally defined in the Deckel world as the "Z" axis.....
Cheers Ross
 








 
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