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  1. Hi I have a Nardini that I want to fit with a...

    Hi
    I have a Nardini that I want to fit with a DRO so following this thread with interest.

    Dazz
  2. Hi I did a lot of research on this when I had to...

    Hi
    I did a lot of research on this when I had to set preload on my lathe spindle. I ended up with the same method.

    Dazz
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    The plans show solid eccentrics. They are too...

    The plans show solid eccentrics. They are too narrow to split, and there isn't the room to make them wider.
    The need to keep within the existing part envelope allows for a very limited range of...
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    This looks like the best option for the steam...

    This looks like the best option for the steam wagon crankshaft.
    Rather than using a key for alignment, I am thinking of using a dowel. I can phase and fit the crank, then drill the hole for the...
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    I can see the benefits of the Curtiss Wright...

    I can see the benefits of the Curtiss Wright clamp. It is not obvious from the drawing of the steam wagon crankshaft but right where the clamp bolt would pass is a threaded hole in the crank web...
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    1925 Steam Wagon Crankshaft fitting detail

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    Attached is part of the factory drawing for a 1925 Steam Wagon crankshaft. I want to make a new reproduction crankshaft.

    The crankshaft is made in two parts. It has to be 2 parts because...
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    Have you looked at model Radio Control car parts?...

    Have you looked at model Radio Control car parts?

    Dazz
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    Hi The sort of Deckel accessories I would like...

    Hi
    The sort of Deckel accessories I would like to buy won't fit in a suitcase. Nor are they located in Cologne.
    I have lathes and mills but no precision grinder.
    Buying used from the USA is...
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    Hi I have a collection of 1" bore cutters that I...

    Hi
    I have a collection of 1" bore cutters that I can't use without an arbor.
    I suspect that Deckel arbors are all metric.

    I don't have the time on this trip to get out of Cologne but I expect to...
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    Hi Thanks for the pointers. I don't have any...

    Hi
    Thanks for the pointers.
    I don't have any horizontal arbors so anything that fits would do the job.
    If I need to, I will make them.

    Dazz
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    Going to Colonge Germany : Deckel Accessories??

    Hi
    I am going to Cologne in 2 months time.
    Does anyone know if there is somewhere I can buy Deckel accessories?
    I am specifically after a horizontal milling cutter arbor.

    I don't speak German...
  12. Thread: Storing Heads?

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    Hi Some more photos of my mill trolley....

    Hi
    Some more photos of my mill trolley.
    Apologies they are sideways.

    Dazz
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    Hi I brought that with the mill. It works well...

    Hi
    I brought that with the mill. It works well for the tables. I want to modify it to carry/fit the heads.
    I have a transmission lifter but it is unwieldy to move around the workshop.

    Dazz
  14. Thread: Storing Heads?

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    Hi I have rummaged around the Internet and found...

    Hi
    I have rummaged around the Internet and found some good ideas.

    The ideas I found that would be best suited to solve my problem are:


    Making standard sized floor stackable frames that are...
  15. Thread: Storing Heads?

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    Storing Heads?

    Hi
    At present the slotter and high speed heads for my Deckel clone are stored on the floor. Not a good place.

    The previous owner made a trolley that can hold both tables. It allows the tables...
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    MAGNABEND HINGE MODEL SE2 COMPLETE ASSEMBLY |...

    MAGNABEND HINGE MODEL SE2 COMPLETE ASSEMBLY | eBay

    $AUD315 each.
    From memory the 1.2m Magnabend I used had 4 hinges.

    Solved: Complicated joint (tri-axial hinge or magnabend hinge) - Autodesk...
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    Hi I have used one of these benders and they are...

    Hi
    I have used one of these benders and they are great. They take up less room, are lighter and cheaper than an equivalent standard bender.

    Here is an animation of the hinges. The hinges are...
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    Hi Tool Post Grinder by Stefan Gotteswinter...

    Hi


    Tool Post Grinder by Stefan Gotteswinter

    Dazz
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    Hi This guy has made a DIY tool post grinder...

    Hi

    This guy has made a DIY tool post grinder very much like what I had in mind. It is much lighter in construction than a commercial version with a mains powered motor.

    Dazz
  20. Hi You need to "see" what is happening on the...

    Hi

    You need to "see" what is happening on the supply. Find someone with a digital oscilloscope who can simultaneously measure current and voltage on the supply line. This is not a piece of gear...
  21. Hi I looked at this quite a while ago. I...

    Hi

    I looked at this quite a while ago. I don't think it's a bad system but I won't be fitting one to my lathe.

    The fundamental flaw then (and probably now) is that the spindle rpm was only...
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    If TP grinders are rare here then...

    If TP grinders are rare here then surface/T&C/cylindrical grinders are like the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
    I'd have to make one to get one. With carbide inserts, the utility of a T&C...
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    I use oil wet news paper or paper towels. The...

    I use oil wet news paper or paper towels. The grit sticks to the oil. If they get caught in something spinning, they disintegrate. Much much safer than any fabric near a machine tool.

    Dazz
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    Hi I am fast reaching the conclusion that a...

    Hi
    I am fast reaching the conclusion that a direct drive spindle would not be suitable as a general purpose tool post grinder. The rated rpm is too high and reducing rpm reduces available power...
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    Hi I have a Nardini lathe with Russian taper...

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    I have a Nardini lathe with Russian taper bearings. I have no doubt they would be the weakest link.

    I can see that the biggest problem with the direct drive spindles is the rated speed. ...
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