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18958

Re: replacement

Ok Thank I have work for the next mount Good desing and diagram Jacques savard Quebec city Hi Jack Try these
jacot
Jul 2
#18958
 
18957

Re: replacement

Hi Jack Try these http://www.opensourcemachinetools.org/archive-manuals/lathe-toolslide.pdf
rigmatch
Jul 2
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18956

replacement

I have a chuck put on a radial scaw that is ok for plastic turning only but now I need to built a kind of hoder for my tool what kind of holder is
savardjacques@ymail.com
Jul 2
#18956
 
18955

Re: Chrome browser prob

I dunno, seems to work fine for me on my phone. On Jul 1, 2015 9:54 AM, "rigmatch@... [multimachine]"
Nick Andrews
Jul 1
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18954

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail)

REALLY appreciate your efforts Keith! Could you take some close up pics? Pat
rigmatch
Jul 1
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18953

Chrome browser prob

Can anyone tell me why I can't answer a post using Chrome. Do I have something set wrong? When I hit "reply" I get no cursor in the reply window. Firefox works
rigmatch
Jul 1
#18953
 
18952

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail)

 Hi Pat The  leadscrew on the outside will work fine. I have bee testing it on my testbed. I have nmade a shft with  8 tpi   I turned the spindle by hand
keith gutshall
Jun 30
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18951

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail) [2 Attachments]

This is a great idea Nick I seem to be obsessed with the idea that the accuracy of the wear strips is all important. The inner sides of steel tubing will be
rigmatch
Jun 30
#18951
 
18950

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail) [6 Attachments]

Hi Keith You may be right about the leadscrew location. I stuck it there because it was close to where the cutting forces would be. (also it was easy!) About
rigmatch
Jun 30
#18950
 
18949

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail) [6 Attachments]

hello Pat I would just put the leadshaft on the outside fastened to th angle iron. It does two thing there with just one screw. works to move the carriage a
keith gutshall
Jun 29
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18948

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail)

OK guys A possible headstock and tailstock for a cheap and easy to build screw cutting lathe. Shown is an inverted cross slide clamp that is prone to fouling
rigmatch
Jun 29
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18947

Re: Iron ore and other minerals, coal, etc.

Hello Getting access to viable deposits of anything is probably beyond the abilities of most folks , and in Africa less than most . Might be easier to pool
Aebe mac Gill
Jun 29
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18946

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail)

I was looking for a simple and elegant way of locking the carriage and also clamping the tailstock. Maybe this is a beginning. pat
rigmatch
Jun 28
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Jun 27
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18944

Re: A simple angle iron/concrete lathe (more detail) [2 Attachments]

Thanks Nick Think you are right. The angle iron lathe would be much easier to build and if carefully done would be plenty accurate for shops and schools in the
rigmatch
Jun 27
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