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celso ari schlichting18/10/2019 20:07:38
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how i made my symple angle plate:

**LINK**

greetings from Brazil

Celso Ari

Bill Davies 218/10/2019 20:09:33
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Unfortunately, Celso Ari, the video is private.

Bill

David George 118/10/2019 20:36:54
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Nice job they look sturdy.

David

Michael Gilligan18/10/2019 20:49:50
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Posted by Bill Davies 2 on 18/10/2019 20:09:33:

Unfortunately, Celso Ari, the video is private.

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Presumably corrected now smiley

MichaelG.

Thor19/10/2019 05:33:53
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Nice angle plates and thanks for sharing, I made something similar a few years ago but borrowed my friends angleplate when machining the two large sides.

Thor

old mart19/10/2019 19:30:05
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Interesting project, I like watching these for tips on how to do different things.

norman valentine19/10/2019 20:55:56
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I could not understand how you ensured that they were at right angles.

old mart20/10/2019 14:36:58
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The machining/grinding of the faces seemed to be left out of the video.

Russell Eberhardt20/10/2019 15:47:27
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Norman, when I did this many years ago I started by machining a pair of circular squares on the lathe, clamped them vertically to the mill table, and then clamped the square to be machined to those. That way you don't need an accurate square to start with.

Russell

Tim Stevens20/10/2019 18:02:57
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Sorry, but my (mother tongue) English cannot cope with circular squares.

Tim

Mike Poole20/10/2019 18:05:14
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How about cylindrical squares then Tim?

Mike

Thor20/10/2019 18:06:20
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Harold Hall calls them Cylidrical Squares, they work well.

Thor

(My old fingers aren't quick enough)

Edited By Thor on 20/10/2019 18:08:00

Michael Gilligan20/10/2019 18:44:28
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Posted by Thor on 20/10/2019 18:06:20:

Harold Hall calls them Cylidrical Squares, they work well.

Thor

(My old fingers aren't quick enough)

Edited By Thor on 20/10/2019 18:08:00

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Your old fingers were flying so fast that you omitted the ‘n’

angel MichaelG.

Thor20/10/2019 18:58:34
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Michael, you spotted my typo, my old eyes didn't.

Thor

Tim Stevens20/10/2019 20:37:40
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Oh, them. Then you don't indeed need an accurate square to start with, but you do need a pair of accurately 'right' cylinders. That's right as in right triangle.

All cleared up now - thanks.

Tim

Georgineer21/10/2019 11:35:36
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Posted by Thor on 20/10/2019 18:58:34:

Michael, you spotted my typo, my old eyes didn't.

Thor

... a sight for Thor eyes?

George

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