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petro1head15/10/2018 10:42:24
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Excellent video. This is what I have to aspire to

I have moved the tool post so is better located

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I have added a lock on the saddle that I can access

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I use the calculation to get the RPM

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I make sure the work does not stick out too far from the chuck and also ensure the tool does not overhand too much.

Use paraffin as cutting compound

Make sure everything is locked down

Make sure the tool tip is centred and not above ctr and that it perpendicula to the work

Edited By petro1head on 15/10/2018 10:44:42

JasonB15/10/2018 11:25:57
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Don't forget to put your lucky pants onwink 2

petro1head15/10/2018 11:57:51
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Posted by JasonB on 15/10/2018 11:25:57:

Don't forget to put your lucky pants onwink 2

I did and am happy to say, yeh! sucess

This video has highlighted another problem, I know i'll get me coat
 

Edited By petro1head on 15/10/2018 12:13:53

JasonB15/10/2018 12:06:36
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That's more like it and not a rear toolpost in sightdevil

petro1head15/10/2018 12:14:46
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Posted by JasonB on 15/10/2018 12:06:36:

That's more like it and not a rear toolpost in sightdevil

Did you notice the noise at 1:08, sound like a bearing. I know, i'll get me coat

JasonB15/10/2018 12:19:22
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has it always done that, could it be noisy electronic braking?

Brian B15/10/2018 12:22:28
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May I suggest you change the tip for a new unused one and try again! If this doesn't

work then the cutting edge is not at right angles to the job or is not being advanced at right angles to the job.

petro1head15/10/2018 12:33:07
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Posted by Brian B on 15/10/2018 12:22:28:

May I suggest you change the tip for a new unused one and try again! If this doesn't

work then the cutting edge is not at right angles to the job or is not being advanced at right angles to the job.

Not sure why, did you watch the last video?

petro1head15/10/2018 12:35:03
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Posted by JasonB on 15/10/2018 12:19:22:

has it always done that, could it be noisy electronic braking?

Probably the last 6 months. Does it when its on, not just when stopping

Michael Gilligan15/10/2018 12:59:20
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Posted by petro1head on 15/10/2018 11:57:51:
Posted by JasonB on 15/10/2018 11:25:57:

Don't forget to put your lucky pants onwink 2

I did and am happy to say, yeh! sucess

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Nicely fixed, Sir yes

MichaelG.

JasonB15/10/2018 13:01:03
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Probably better to start another thread about the noise.

petro1head15/10/2018 13:48:27
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Good idea

Thanks again, everyone, for the superb help yesheart

thaiguzzi16/10/2018 15:04:50
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Posted by Philip Powell on 14/10/2018 12:47:02:

That's just asking for trouble sticking the bar that far out of the chuck then parting off.

Phil

Edit typo.

Edited By Philip Powell on 14/10/2018 12:48:09

Concur. Insane.

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