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Discussion in 'The DIY Tool Shed' started by Deneb, Mar 17, 2017.
Dave, you will not believe me, I also can not wait for this!
Here a cross tubes, with process plates.
I'm looking for the right position before welding.
I calculate the necessary position and make an adjustment. Is fixed, slightly welding.
Trying on.. I counted everything correctly. The pin router entered 1.5mm below the level of the table top.
It's time to turn on the lights
Well, now I can fix fixed it by welding
But, this is not the end.
By the way, I received a shaft (dia 16mm/ 5/8'') with fixatives today. This is the details for a Inverted Pin Router.
Now I can design a drawing for a turner.
Great craftsmanship as usual Vlad!
But .....this worried me!!!! The working base and the table top MUST be perfectly level without any height difference, otherwise it causes MAJOR problems when actually in use. The template hits the raised edge and can't go anywhere due to the pressure from the above cutter and will ruin your job. I speak from experience On the other hand, knowing you, I suspect you already knew that and you have some devious plan in mind to eliminate this problem. (Like a sheet of 1.5mm super slip stainless steel or plastic?)
Thank you, Dave, for your kind words!!!
Yes, I did it deliberately! Since the table is made of a square tube, this represents a non tuned acoustical system. I can not adjust such "acoustic systems". And to reduce the roar of this "Himalayan eagle", I'll put rubber gaskets.
That's a very good idea!! Those damned Himalayan Eagles can sure roar loudly...............a pity they are never in tune with each other!
So, me need make two a hinge for lifting the Pin Router:
I'm Getting Started:
While the first hinge cools, I make a elements for the second hinge
Looks more like a pocket knife rather than a hinge! Amazing ideas and workmanship!
I don't really have a clue what's going on here, but I like it! I always find this thread intriguing!
Same here Mat. I think Vlad has plans to make a huge machine where you throw in some wood and wire in one end and 10 minutes later a fully finished guitar comes out the other end. I'm waiting for the pics of the control dial.................you know the one that says
Yes, I agree with you!
Thank you so much Dave, for your appreciation!
Welcome and Thank you very much, Mat UK!
Yes, I'm on my way to this!
This is the second hinge, it is also made as the first hinge.
Now the next step:
Now the second hinge:
We turn on the telescopes to find the brothers by reason:
We turn off the telescopes...
Now I need to drill a larger diameter hole and put an axes
Excellent design of hinges. They look very durable.
I am a little worried about the welds, whether you got enough penetration into the steel before you grinded the weld back smooth on the sides. The hinge knife to plate would benefit from a weld to the sides instead of only 2 small button welds. I realize that would be difficult to do and have good operating travel all the way to the base.