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    cutting an internal 6 spline drive

    Hi All

    On the crank shaft of my 3" scale Foden, that I am currently building there are two gears that move along this shaft. They are driven on six splines. The following link to my website shows how I cut the internal gears with a modified keyway guide bush I made and a standard keyway broach.
    I hope this is of interest and useful. I will also post a link to the crankshaft build in another post for those that are intrested.

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    Nice job on the splines. Yes those large arbor presses are invaluable. I have one about the same size as yours I believe it has somewhere around an 8 or 10 inch stroke probably weighs close to 300 lbs
    Never try to tell me it can't be done
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    Hi Frank S
    Thank you for getting in touch.
    The press is not very often used but when needed it is invaluable. I also have a 25ton Hydraulic press but it dosent have the same control and feel as this press for broaching etc. A dear friend gave this to me knowing how much I liked it.
    Is your the same design as I dont know the maker of mine?
    The Home Engineer

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