My homemade gear hobber

Discussion in 'Machine Modifications' started by Ross Donelly, Jul 13, 2018.

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  1. Oct 8, 2018 #21

    bazmak

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    Im totally lost,when I was at school I thought an Arduino was a faster than light travelling quark
     
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    Ross Donelly

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    Yes, just set the NTEETH value in the code to how ever many teeth you want. If you want to go to a different pitch, you would need to make a new hob (the cutting tool). The hob I made is for 1/8" tooth pitch.
     
  3. Oct 8, 2018 #23

    rlukens

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    I'm just stupified. Got my ME degree 50 years ago. Wonder what the next 50 will bring.
    Nice work though... I guess. :D
     

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