Here is a list of all the postings David George 1 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.
|Thread: 316 Stainless|
This is a video to roughing out a stainless stem with a carbide indexable tool from JB cutting tools. On my 1950 M Type Drummond lathe.
Edited By David George 1 on 18/10/2021 08:12:34
|Thread: Tool identification|
Hi Colin don't try and put a radius on the cutters with the chip breaker as they will rub and you can't get center height correct. Just grind off the end of the tool and a rub with a sharpening stone on the cutting edge. I use the corner of a grinding wheel along the groove and sometimes use a small diamiter grinding point in a dremmel to smooth it out. Don't use on brass, bronze, cast iron or similar materials as they will grab and chatter.
Edited By David George 1 on 17/10/2021 15:41:06
Hi Colin the groove is on the top of the tool on all three tools. I use this style on softer materials aluminium or EN1A steel for instance to get a good finnish and the third style I would use that as a roughing out tool for the same as the top groove acts as a chip breaker as well.
|Thread: Alexander master Toolmaker Mill|
I used one of these during my apprenticeship around 50 years ago lovely machine to use .
|Thread: Reproduction ivory look hand grips|
My brother sells mammoth ivory from Siberia. He is a dealer in fossils and stone treasures. I have a small meteorite in my pocket that he gave me.
|Thread: SKY abandoning their satellite customers|
When my in-laws had sky installed the installer drilled through the wall and clipped the satelite twin cable around two rooms walls on the top of the skirting board and thorough the door upright woodwork. I fitted a conduit through the floor of the front room and part of the middle room the where the sky box was installed. I pulled out the cable and re-routed it through the conduit and had to cut off 10 meters of spare cable. If I have a fibre optic cable to my house, I will pre-install a conduit across the garden and through house ready to where I want it terminated.
The BBC will in the near future get rid of transmitters to aerials and expect all viewers to use the broad band network instead saving billions of pounds in maintenance and renewal costs. Progress?
|Thread: J & S 1310|
Chris have you tried Andmar machinery services. https://www.andmar.co.uk/
|Thread: New to a Myford|
Hi Paul welcome to the forum. Can you give some more details of your new lathe, is it rusty, has it been lubricated with the correct oils in the past and where in the country are you. It may help if you can put some pictures on here it will help to assist you with info.
|Thread: NHS Covid Passport Scam|
I have read that they are taking your details and selling them to others who are not vaccinated and putting this on their NHS record so they can get a passport for around £800.00 a person including make of vaccine and batch number.
|Thread: Spindle Bearing Wear Check|
They are 30206/P5 Bearings if you buy new ones Timken quality are £10.80 each plus vat. Have a look on the Chester hobby web site you can download the manual which lists all parts and information.
Hi Chris when you push on the bar does it return to zero. Also what is the finnish like, do you have a taper in the work when turning parallel. The bearings are taper type and should be adjustable with care and knowledge.
Edited By David George 1 on 03/10/2021 19:49:12
|Thread: Boiler wrap|
Hi I get my brass sheet from M Machine Metals.
Edited By David George 1 on 30/09/2021 11:59:49
|Thread: Hardinge HLV H|
ZMT web site is still working they may have spares.
|Thread: Hi from midlands.|
Thanks Dwayne. Love the video a real carousel.
Hi Dwayne welcome to the forum. I would like to see your work please put some pictures on when you can. There are many helpful members on here just ask and you will get some suggestions etc.
|Thread: clocking in|
Hi John welcome to the forum. The CNC upgrade sounds interesting can you give us a picture or two and how do you disengage the motors when you use handwheels and vice a versa.
|Thread: PM Research#1 Cylinder Can it be saved ?|
If you make a slug of cast iron to fit the slot that you have milled it can be pressed in and if you hit it with a punch it will expand and will never come out. You have to make the plug a good fit and you have to have a piece of round bar in the bore of the cylinder to suport the bottom of the plug. You won't have to re-machine the slot if the plug is the corect depth. When fitted you punch the plug with a diamiter pin punch along its length and it will be permanent and won't move although you may have to skim the cylinder bore as the plug may stand proud a little. I have used this method in many castings both cast iron and aluminium to repair all sorts of machinery and tooling.
|Thread: Material selection or additional process|
Hi Colin. The black mild steel is too soft for a chuck key. I would use EN 40B which is a tough material or silver steel which will need hardening and tempering. Also I would make it from a larger diamiter bad and just reduce the 7mm AF end to allow a larger handle diamiter without weakening the key.
|Thread: Stuart engine paint colours|
Hi it's a can of aerosol Halfords enamel engine blue. On sapele wood base.
Edited By David George 1 on 22/09/2021 19:34:27
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