old tractor LANZ HP 4WD 1923 (scale 1/4)

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  1. May 5, 2018 #21

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    98 Front axle boring
    99 Hooke's joint bearing
    100 Alignment set-up
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  2. May 13, 2018 #22

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    This is the machining of several gear train (Modul 0.7 - Z12)
    And inside of the differential
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  3. May 19, 2018 #23

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    machining the differential housing. It's a basic spur gearing differential
    At first, centering with a centering microscope and with dial test indicator.
    Finally, machining carefully
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  4. May 21, 2018 #24

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    114 & 115 is the finished differential body
    116 is the rear differential housing. The steel axle is for the zero setting and to be sure that all the axles are perfect square
    117, 118 & 119 are the rear axle bearing. Again, I often use steel axle for zero setting and square fitted
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  5. May 22, 2018 #25

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    That’s some impressive work! I imagine it’s quite useful being able to cut your own gears. Keep the pictures coming :)
     
  6. May 22, 2018 #26

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    Congratulations LeZap!
    Impressive work. I observed that you use the boring head as facing head, I have never thought about that, very clever. I have learned one more skill.
    Good pictures too!

    Tks,
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    Again a complicate parts with lot of "zero setting"
    How can I qualify this kind of job? with the boring head.
    Is it "external boring" ??
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  9. May 25, 2018 #29

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    Very nice!

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  10. May 27, 2018 #30

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    This is the articled join (articulated tractor) and the universal join
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    This is the articled joint housing. Again, with lot of Zero setting, controls, ....
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    Great job I will be following progress.
     
  13. Jun 14, 2018 #33

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    Wow great work, cant wait to see the progress on this!
     

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