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Re: Taking motor off power tools instead of buying standalone motors

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I think you have to be a member to see the bigger jpgs:
WAM
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Jun 1

Taking motor off power tools instead of buying standalone motors?

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Puckdropper, Kind of ironic having a need for a lathe to make a lathe work... If power is not available an old treadle powered sewing machine stand can be
Forrest A
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May 28

Tooling plate

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Thanks Tony, Unfortunately I am too busy to do my own tooling plate. Many years ago I made a 24” x 16” plate with ¼-20 tapped holes on 1” centers. What
Boman33
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May 25

Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

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In either case, the actual scale element in any of the cap type sensors is a PCB: http://home.comcast.net/~ajawam3/swarf/lathe_mods.html#readerheadmod
WAM
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May 24

DC drive for Taig lathe

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Actually the shaft hole was bored in place on the lathe so it is on center with the lathe spindle. The tool mounts to the front of the slide and cuts over the
Forrest A
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May 15

The Consew cs1000 motor weight

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The pots supplied with the KB controllers have plastic shafts and they also come a large insulating washer. https://www.galco.com/images/kb/pot,speed_p.jpg The
Peter Homann
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May 7

CNC milling 24 guage argentium silver

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I buy all my bits from Bits & Bits in Oregon.  They have whatever you need.  If you get down around .005" use the 15 degree included angle -- unless you like
Will Schmit
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May 5

OT microscopic bending brake?

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Yes make the tool mount to the arbor press.ive mademany small tools as well,along with machine shop tooling Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android From:"Sandy Mcguire
Sandy Mcguire
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Apr 30
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