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I was watching it over there, now I will watch it here. I do like to see CNC machines working like that.
I made lots of changes to Jan's design...
Everybody has problems with these carbys but I agree that the first thing to do is to increase the surface area. Then the fun begins.
Well done Alex, I build one that worked both with a flywheel and as an oscillating engine. And now it doesn't and I don't know why. They are...
Complete with the Pimento Jar carby! That is a real collectors item. Definitely worth more than the current bid.
Check the effect on compression ration of changing the dimension you asked about.
It's the small stuff that is important - cutters, vices, parallels, dti, taps and dies, drill sets, chucks and so on.
The other day, I added...
I installed Chrome and tried the workaround (Chrome::/flags etc) but it seems that my Samsung Tab2 does not have the hardware to support WebGl...
Well done Baz. And of course you would chamfer the inner cubes just so the rest of us have something to think about.
Thanks Baz, after a bit of maths and some "adjusting" on Geomagic I have come up with this for a 24mm cube. I have adjusted the holes to suit my...
A few years ago, my wife looked at my workshop and asked what she should do with it if she was left on her own.
None of the family are...
Your cube looks really great - just the thing for a desk toy. I particularly like the spidery form. Do you have the dimensions?
I have been playing with Onshape (https://www.onshape.com/) for much the same reasons as Chuck. Onshape is a free 3d package currently in Beta...
Once I realised that I almost never used the vice without soft jaws, I just replaced the jaws on my vice with aluminium ones. Never looked back.
He is irresistible John.
Beautiful job. A real credit to you.
If I understand the problem, you have to tap on the password space to move the cursor there, then just type in the password.
Lovely job. It is always more satisfying when you add your own modifications and get a result that you can be really proud of.
It is good to see you back John
Thank you Stefan, I had seen most of Jan's site before but not that section.
That is a beautiful engine Stefan and I like the carby too. Where did you get the information about the required surface area? Is it related to...
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