Amateur's Workshop by Ian Bradley

By Ian Bradley

A connection with workshop concepts for version engineers, which additionally covers establishing a workshop.

Many Machinist initiatives, would get advantages from examining this book.

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18. Leadscrew Knurled Fig. lg. WORKSHC Rear’quard of chiptrays f# protector screw Clamp for chip tray ing or other reasons is important, tl clampseen in the illustration Fig. 19 the best. The use of these device fitting the T-slots as they d,,, enat chip trays to be put on or taken off a minimum of time. ate as soon as the icnurled screw turned. Possibly alternative placing of tl chip trays is depicted diagrammati ally in the illustration Fig. 20. TI arrangement for the Drummor lathe is outlined at A whilst the lay-o for the Myford lathe is seen at B.

It is probably the most expensiv,e. but its all-round advantages and tong-life. for drives 20 years old are not uncommon in the amateur workshop, make ii, in the long run: still the best material available. Belt Fasteners Unless the belts are to be run over large pulievs the commercia! pattern of fastener-is really not suitable. The aim, in the private shop at all events, is a drive that is free from noise and is to ali intents and purposes endless. It is best therefore, to make a butt joint and to sew the two ends of the belt together in the manner seen in the diagram Fig.

This zcessory is normally a manufacturers apply and is provided with a simple leans of indexing to ensure that tools ,111take up their correct station after te turret has beer, rotated to bring tern successively tcl bear on the work. The turret is designed to admit round steel toolbit,s. in the case of the lyford lathe. up to 8 in. section. In conjunction with the 4-tool rrret, or indeed in its absence, the ack Toolpost illustrated in Fig. ilar components. Back Toolposts made for light lathes usually have a single bolt fixing and have means of tool height adjustment either by packing or by a radially seated ‘boat’ that supports the tool and allows it to be adjusted with greater ease, The Back Toolpost has further advantages if it can be provided with its own turret to hold an additional tool, such as one for chamfering; the design for a Back Toolpost to hold two tools will be discus,zd in a later chapter.

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