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    Some ideas for Tripan tools

    Just some pictures to illustrate my tools actually in development, on the link you can go on my page with all Tripan tools I've made.

    A tool for making concave brass cups.
    http://www.lecollectionneur.ch/_Medi...23_med_hr.jpeg

    And a study on a automatic threading tool with a 15mm. withdrawal for finishing on a large diameter.
    http://www.lecollectionneur.ch/_Medi...16_med_hr.jpeg

    The link to my others tools : PO Tripan | lecollectionneur.ch | Pierre_G.

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    Interesting, Okapi. Would you have videos on how these two tools work?

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    Actually not, but as they are other people who ask me for, I have to take time for making something clean, when I make the proofing of the concave tool next days if possible.

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    Hi Okapi,

    Nice work. If you'd post some details on a completed tool, I'd be glad to add it to the database.

    The tools in development look great.

    Ken

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    Thanks for your interest Ken,
    They are completed tools on my link, do you want pictures taken from this database ?

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    Nice work, Okapi
    Sorry my mistakes in english.
    to share your tip >>> http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/tool-tips-tricks/ <<<

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    Thanks, Okapi. Looking forward to further posts on these tools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Okapi View Post
    Thanks for your interest Ken,
    They are completed tools on my link, do you want pictures taken from this database ?
    If you'd be willing to post each completed tool in its own thread with a brief description of materials, intended usage, and any construction technique you feel merits highlighting, that would be ideal. I'll be glad to add each one to the database directly.

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    Here is a video of the action on trapezo´dal threading, bad image quality, but I don't know if i can put a HD video for all people, it needs high velocity connection
    filetage mode automatique trapÚzo´dal | lecollectionneur.ch | Pierre_G.
    This is a 9mm.X2mm. at 30░(european normalisation) with ETG85 steel, it don't need the use of the opposite tool(I don't know the word for "lunette Ó suivre") with HSS tool made on the sharpening tool and optical contro gauge for the right angle.

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    Nice work Pierre. I really like the alternative design of the concave cutter. Most homemade radius cutters are based off Steve Bedair's design.

    Al

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