Lathe using C axis mode making a synchronized pulley

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08 Mar 2017 13:04 - 08 Mar 2017 13:09 #89197 by emcPT
emcPT created the topic: Lathe using C axis mode making a synchronized pulley
Is not LinuxCNC amazing?


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08 Mar 2017 13:20 - 08 Mar 2017 13:21 #89200 by tommylight
tommylight replied the topic: Lathe using C axis mode making a synchronized pulley
Ola EmcPt,
Yes it is, if only we had a link to watch it ! :) :) :)

Oh the link is there.
Thank you.
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09 Mar 2017 17:19 #89268 by andypugh
andypugh replied the topic: Lathe using C axis mode making a synchronized pulley
I have the right hob for making T5 timing pulleys, so can do it this way:
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09 Mar 2017 18:27 - 09 Mar 2017 18:29 #89273 by emcPT
emcPT replied the topic: Lathe using C axis mode making a synchronized pulley
In my case the pulley have a chamfered end that prevents the belt extrusion. That would be impossible to make (in one part) with the hub due to its radius. The orange is the teeth and they go up to the chamfer.
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09 Mar 2017 18:31 #89274 by emcPT
emcPT replied the topic: Lathe using C axis mode making a synchronized pulley
And by the way, removing the rod from the lathe, putting it on the mill will always go a bit of center.
Making all in one tight provides the best result.
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