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An operation & Maintenance Manual is available for both
the Mikron and the Wilhelm Grupp versions of this miller

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Universal Table Part 24.01 (590 x 310 mm) and Part 24.02 (680 x 395 mm). With a built-in dividing unit, this was designed  to assist with the setting of complicated jobs and embodied swivelling, tilting and rotary motions, Works could be machined on five sides without the need to re-clamp.

Universal table fitted with the vertical dividing head

Universal table fitted with a circular T-slotted top

Plain table Part 20.50 for the WF3 with a clamping areas of 350 x 800 mm and seven -slots. A larger version was also listed, under Part 20.60, with a clamping area of 450 x 800 mm and nine T-slots.   

For the WF2 Mikron offered this heavy plain table under part No. 20.01. With a clamping area of 250 x 700 mm it had five T-slots and could be mounted either way round to suit the job in hand

Tilting and swivelling table (Part 21.01) for the WF2 with a clamping area of 250 x 700 mm and three T-slots, this table could be swivelled in all three planes

Tilting and swivelling table (Part 21.50) for the WF3 with a clamping area of 350 x 800 mm and three T-slots, this heavy-duty table could be swivelled in all three planes

Part 52.01 one of a number of precision vices offered by Mikron this unit was mounted on a 360 swivel base, had a maximum clamping width of 80 mm and could be inclined 90 in one direction and 30 in the other

For the heavier tables used on the WF3 Mikron offered a Transporting carriage under Part No. 25.01

Part 53.21/53.25 Helical Milling Device. Combined with the vertical head and driven from the table feed-screw by four gears, this unit allowed the manufacture of parts with a helical form such as gears and cutters

Part 53.01/53.95 the 100 mm centre height Semi-universal Indexing Device with tailstock

Above: Part 54.01/54.05 the 100 mm centre height Universal-vertical Indexing Device. Fitted to the vertical table. It could be used for direct and indirect indexing or turned against a degree-scale.

Left and below: accessories for punch milling. The main unit, left, was sold under part No. 54.11 and fitted onto the Vertical Indexing Unit part 54.01.

Mikron offered two tool cabinets the Variant 1 (Part 80.01) shown above and the very much more complete Variant 2 (Part 80.02) below. The variant 1 was of all-steel construction with four ball-bearing supported drawers two of which were of a simple type and the other two as double units that could be fitted with inserts of a customer's choice able to take all accessories except the larger tables for the Series 3 machines.

Mikron variant 2 tool storage system consisted of two cabinets, with four drawers each, that could hold a wide range of accessories and with fittings to a customer's choice - though they were not equipped to store the larger tables for the series 3 machines.

Mikron works as it appeared during the 1960s and 1970s

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Mikron (Grupp) Milling Machines
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