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AStroud11/06/2020 09:12:16
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First set out of the main assemblies of my Corliss, based on the MEM drawings

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Mick B111/06/2020 09:31:20
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Flywheel looks machined from solid - is that what you did?

I keep wondering if I'll ever put together the time or commitment to tackle the complexity of a Corliss... surpriselaugh

Jim Nic11/06/2020 11:45:41
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Looking good so far.

Jim

AStroud11/06/2020 13:55:53
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Thanks for the comments.

yes, one of my cheats on the MRM drawings, the flywheel is from a billet. Stretched my S7 and BCA to accommodate it but I am happy how it has turned out. For the first time I finish bored for the crankshaft and have been rewarded for what looks like a wobble free flywheel.

Andrew

Mark Rand12/06/2020 00:12:02
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Wow, Someone who's got a BCA as their milling machine!

Which version is it, out of curiosity (I've got the one I inherited from dad, but it's a project rather than a machine tool at the moment).

You are obviously using it to produce excellent work...

Regards

Mark

AStroud12/06/2020 09:05:19
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Hi Mark

It is a Mk 111 about 35 years old, serial number is xxxxxE so in imperial. I managed to get it in good condition, looks like it is on its original belt and most importantly with some accessories including collets. I love it, only wish it was a bit bigger as we do with most of our machine tools.

Andrew

Mark Gould 112/06/2020 21:46:00
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Looks beautiful so far, looking forward to some more updates,

Mark

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