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|06-18-2012 06:06 PM|
|WayneMahler||Looks interesting. Would be interested in learning more about them.|
|06-18-2012 06:00 PM|
Tks Arie & bobj3 - both right on.
Peter, Hi, go with Arie & bobj3.
PM me if you want to ask questions or compare notes.
|06-18-2012 08:58 AM|
Just a butt in post
see many more pictures in my uploads
|06-18-2012 07:02 AM|
|breezy||Look up Timbecon router lathe|
|06-18-2012 06:20 AM|
Originally Posted by Clemo View Post
That's surely some beautiful work and with a router.
Could I please trouble you to show me a few photos of the actual Router Lathe.
It looks like a great option for someone with space restrictions.
|06-18-2012 04:22 AM|
Whoops - where are the pics?
I'll try that again.
|06-18-2012 03:34 AM|
Router Lathe without gears
I have a router lathe which does not have gears.
The screw facility is provided by cable.
See pics attached, including the type of work I do with it.
My lathe is a commercially available unit, purchased in Australia, brand name unknown.
The indexing chuck has 36 holes offering 10degree increments.
The spindle has 3 concentric drive wheels offering pitches of 125, 160 and 190mm.
I operate mine lefthanded and have made some mods, but look at the work.
Happy to field questions.
Incidently, flat reeding and fluting is not a lathe job, but barley twist is and is dead easy and fast.