|517 forum posts|
A take on manufacturing skew gears that I'd not seen before, not a tutorial by any means, but with enough detail on the home-built set-up to be of interest to others, maybe;
|Michael Gilligan||07/04/2021 16:32:37|
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Very much so !! ... Thanks for the link.
|colin hawes||07/04/2021 17:46:39|
|557 forum posts|
Very interesting setup. colin
|John Haine||07/04/2021 18:17:48|
|4622 forum posts|
Excellent! I've been reading about a Victorian clockmaking firm specialising in using helical gears, with a 1 tooth helical pinion driving 60 tooth wheels in one step. The pinions were planed presumably as shown in the video.
22560 forum posts
It would also lend itself to CNC with a stationary tool in the spindle and the gear in the 4th Axis.
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