Hi Mike (+Roy),
thanks, the drill bit which is logged into the work, is about 1/2
inch down inside a 13/64th hole (that's the drill bit size
obviously). I think it is about 1/2inch piece which is lodged.
There are a few injection mold facilities in my home town, and
perhaps where I work. I am going to try and remove it using another
method, which might not work, but going to try. If not, I might just
use a new piece I lathed and/or approach this idea you have.
--- In email@example.com, "Mike" <mikefurness2002@y...> wrote:
> Hi Matt,
> If you can find a toolmaker near you (injection mould
tools) you can
> have your broken drills 'sparked out' for only a dollar or two.
> of the jobs we do here, but too far away to help you (UK).
> Mike J. Furness.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Matt Rock [mailto:mattihorn@i...]
> Sent: 23 March 2004 15:39
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: [hameltech] Re: 11112 Some progress
> Pedestals (3 +1) have been created via small lathe.
> I managed to bugger up 1 while predrilling for my 1/4-20 tap.
> Unfortuneately, the depth of the drill bit which broke off was too
> shallow, so I had to discard the pedestal (45 minute latheing
> I did try to drill out the hardened stell and ended up buggering
> the drill bits I was using. I don't have any carbide drill bits
> around, perhaps I can look for one, that can restore this damaged
> pedestal, as it matches perfectly ith the other two...arghh!
> I tapped the remaining three.
> And, haha, I accidently broke one of my preferred magnets by
> dropping it to the floor. So, I'll be on the hunt again for used
> broken microwave ovens for the magnetron magnets once again.
> Tonight, I will get the pedestals, rods and cone tips assembled
> see how they look. If time, I will drill and tap smaller holes
> the pedestals and tips for securing the cone skins.
> Other work, I am going to design the quick release lever for my
> rejection. And I might change design in this top rejection release
> to incorporate a deeper throw, so that I could possibly have
> to 1 foot clearance of the top rejection when disengaged.
> Nothing else, except that I saw a really good video about the
> structures on Mars and how they relate to sacred geometry and the
> tetrahedron. The tetrahedron is behind the Great Red Spot on
> and the vortex on Neptune. 19.5 degrees in latitude this
> extends with the apex forming the pole of the planetary body.
> south or north or both. Earth has these 19.5 degree 'hot' spot as
> well, and it appears to be a common theme in this universe.
> The tetrahedron is blessed as being a geometrical figure that can
> explain vortexes. So looks like more information to dig up and
> --- In email@example.com, "Matt Rock" <mattihorn@i...>
> > Hi all:
> > Things are still coming together slowly.
> > I have just done some more latheing to get the Top Rejection
> > assembly working a little better. Spring installed and good
> > response. Trigger mechanism to be done in following days.
> > Cones: Middle rods and points, done, although I am thinking
> > using 1-1/2 inch aluminum rod to make bigger tips.
> > The pedestals are currently in design stage under Autocad 2000.
> > These will be used to contact the inner cone to the center rod
> > connects to the tips. This whole thing is to provide the needed
> > stability for any downward pressures that may or may not be
> > on the each individual cone. This will prevent damage that has
> > occuring with my current cone setup, where the tips are
> > through the inner cone.
> > I am making the pedestals into two pieces, one of which is the
> > contact or mating surface for the cone skin and the other is a
> > sleeve which will hold the inner magnet in direct place at
> > the 'node' of apex of the inner cone. I have plans to machine
> > aluminum so that the magnets will be snug and close to center
> > position as possible.
> > Going to machine some steel for the Top Rejection magnetic
> > with which will be fastened to the center throw rod (part of
> > assembly).
> > The release assembly is my idea, of turning the device on and
> > I will have all cones in place and then position, perhaps ahead
> > time, a threaded rod assembly to see if I get action. Once this
> > done I can position this release mechanism correctly so that
> > engage the magnet, the device will activate. Then by quick
> > of a swing arm, the magnet will be pulled out of the device and
> > should stop.
> > Sounds like a bold build that I'm doing, but I am fairly
> > it will work, as long as I keep things in perspective.
> > Matt
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