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Discussion in 'The DIY Tool Shed' started by Deneb, Mar 17, 2017.
Thank you for your thinks. I can not say for sure. But, I think the power load that will fall on the hinges is not so big. Approximately max 9 kg/20 lb of weight (in total).
I was thinking about the weight and vibration. Your weight load is small, so maybe not a problem then.
I think that too!
On to my sensations, weld seams are strong enough.
When I wore parts for welding to a welder (in 2015-2016) he told me:
- I do not know what device you are doing, but judging by the matching of the details it will fly into space.
But I can say with certainty: This will not be launched into space.
If necessary, I will make repairs on the Earth.
Overengineering is a mark of intelligence! Who needs elegance ( except maybe in women?). Bigger, thicker, stronger, that's the ticket. Beautiful work as usual, Vlad.
Many thanks to you Rick, for your appreciation and kind words!!! It's nice to hear from the man who has a lot of experience!!!
I mounted an axles in the hinges and fixing the hinges
Looking bottom up. I need to embed the hinges in the frame of the table. Because of an error in measuring the size of the countertop of the pin router. According to my data, I should have the distance from the hinge to the frame of the table about 1.5 inches. In fact, I have the distance of 0.4 inches.
I hope you know how this should work Vlad because you just lost me!
Clever and beautiful at the same time....
Do not be afraid, Dave)))). To the work of the PIN router this has an indirect relationship. This is for a service. More precisely to establish the alignment of a pin and a mill.
Many thanks, Nick!!!
Ahh........................I align my pin and milling bits with a round shaft with a slightly off centre pin which is held in the chuck of the table mounted router which can usually be turned to precisely coincide with the router bit centre above, but, I bow to your superior engineering knowledge and look forward to it's completion.
Dave, can you show your centering mechanism for a pin?
Hi Vlad. Its a bit hard as most of my templates work with a 3mm pin. In my o/head routers, the frame is mounted on the router table with the large table mounted router still in place. The 1/2" chuck holds a variety of home made pins, some with centered pins of sizes to match the top cutter others deliberately made slightly off centre to accommodate slight differences in placement of the over head frame which is removed to use the router table as a router table. The in table router is height adjusted with a scissor jack. Sometimes the top routers (trimmer routers) are removed for other functions and slight misalignments can occur when refitted into the holder on the vertical carriage. These discrepancies are usually only in the order of around 1mm or so and easily compensated by giving the underneath chuck a slight turn to change the position of the pin to correctly align to the cutting bit.
Have a look here from when I built my amateur version of your metallic masterpiece!
Love your engineering mate!
Hi Dave! I liked your idea !!! You killed two birds with one stone!
Dave has quite a number of dead birds laying around his shop!
Dave is probably a good shooter!
Today I continued my work. Fit in chipboard.
and in metal
Next up i'm try
This is for the second part of the hinges.
I'm getting a little warm)
Now I take off the top surface and I will use the technological holes to fix the Pin Router on a pins.