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Nobby01/10/2011 11:56:58
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Hi Tony

A drawing explains something more than a hundred words .well done.

I was looking at this before.& misunderstood . I wanted to fit one on my old S7 mk 1

Regards Nobby

Gray6201/10/2011 14:15:53
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Nobby,
the full article has recently been republished in Home Shop Machinist September/October issue, If you request a trial issue you get the current magazine (mine arrived on Thursday  
Nobby01/10/2011 15:01:25
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Hi Coalburner

Cheers mate. I will look into it . I'm off down the shed/ workshop to check the taper I am getting on my 1912 Drummond flat bed lathe and try to correct it That could be another thread ?

Regards Nobby



Nobby02/10/2011 00:24:04
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Hi Robin & Tony
Thank you for your interest with the handwheel gearing . That reminds me in the sixtys We had a job with internal gearing for the Navy a counting gismo We managed using a vertical slotter on a Debeigh Mill Old hat you may say but it may work in a home workshop.
Recently at work !!!!!!! 8 years ago we cut gears using a programed wire eroder.. That would be no good for a blind hole. Sorry drifting away from thread again
Regards Nobby

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