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I have a similar machine. It's completely manual. Mine has an on-off switch, a forward reverse switch for the motor, a motor speed control and an...
That is a spectacular piece of work Johnny.
Like Jim, I am floored by the seeming simplicity of the whole piece, more so because you have very...
No 3 looks like a third hand used for holding items for soldering.
No 4 looks like a tool used for transferring dimensions, like while cutting a...
Thank you Jerry.
I couldn't find your post about the compensating balance. I searched using several different patterns but came up with zilch.
If you're asking for instructions why not ask for them on the MB itself ? That way the answer would remain on the MB for others in the future too....
I think that table is from DeCarles' book on lathes. It should also be in Archie Perkin's book as also in the Ward Goodrich book.
They're fine if you want pictures only. Forget about using it to work with like you would with a stereo microscope. The lag is too much.
And some more drooling. But seriously, that is a fantastic piece.
There's a set of 6.5 mm collets on sale on the big auction site. The rules forbid linking to an auction but I'm sure you can find them with a...
Thank you Graham.
I'm going to order a copy.
Where do you get this information ? Is it online or a book ? Could you post a link please ?
Guten Tag Dushan,
Aber, Ich spreche nicht sehr gut Deutsche. :)
Unless you can point me at some translations.
It's just that. It's used to stretch a wheel, ie, increase it's diameter. Don't ask me why. Maybe you need a wheel just a tad bigger in diameter...
Graham is correct.
26 TPI is 0.98 mm pitch and that's mighty close to 1mm. Just saying.
Possible but probably not; also most likely over engineered.
Look in Gazeley or Saunier. I think even Archie Perkins has made a mention. All...
Why not ask Stephen ?
Like I said, let us know how it goes.
Yes, you can drill a square hole; you need a special drill bit.
But in this case, what you need is a square broach. Google is your...