Construction articles by G.A. Harding on making A compact...
Construction articles by G.A. Harding on making A compact micrometer boring head appeared in model engineer in Jun/Jul 1982.
issue 3684 & 3682
I had the urge to finish them off after 6 yrs of the parts sitting in the toolbox .
I also need them for a up coming builds
There is an article on making a holder for screw cutting inserts in the projects section of the Home Metals Shop Club site that may help...
You can download a post processor for fusion360 from Tormach
I have been using...
There are plans for a "light weight vise" in Model Engine Builder Vol 29 - digital back issue is about $6
W 3.75" x H2.25"
I just had a look at my cad model to refresh the memory and I found that in fact it does break through with the given dimensions and that I had...
I have drawn it using Inventor and it comes close but doesn't break thru.
#3 got their ER & R8 mixed up
Gday from Western Sydney
Found this on another site
reply #10 My Starrett #25 catalog printed in 1935 says that the 24" 454 measures from 1-1/2" to 24"
You could try
SmallParts show that they have stock $1.95 - 12" length
I have install a New controller on my mill and added a 4th & 5th axis,now I'm trying to figure out all the settings.
Does anyone have a dummies...
Projected Tolerance Zone - applies to a hole in which a pin, stud, screw, etc., is to be inserted. It controls the perpendicularity of the hole...
According to Facebook Issue # 37 will be out this week.
:wall: 77 is correct, I corrected the post
On the drawing their is a 31/32 radius(the circle) and that radius is tangent to the centre of the...
Here is a quick drawing I whipped up.
The angles are 76.95 deg & 61.95 deg I only went with 1 decimal place on the drawing.
Hope this helps...
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