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    DIDN'T HAVE THIS PROBLEM IN PREVIOUS VERSION (18 SPEEDS) AS THERE WERE 60 TEETH AND 64 TEETH GEARS IN THE SAME LINE
    AND WITH COPY / PASTE USED IN DRAWINGS, WELL S...T HAPPENS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kquiggle View Post
    Thanks for making your work available. Do you have any videos of the gearbox in action?
    yes, check http://www.homemadetools.net/forum/h...-gearbox-67608

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    Thank You LMMasterMariner for sharing all of this with the community and throughout your journey. Most Impressive!! Quite the Amazing build and design journey you took to the finish line. Loved the video compilation and the music was perfect imho! Was that gear setting accordion, paper or metal...looked like metal reduced and formed??

    Thank You again for sharing a masterful design and build!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PJs View Post
    Thank You LMMasterMariner for sharing all of this with the community and throughout your journey. Most Impressive!! Quite the Amazing build and design journey you took to the finish line. Loved the video compilation and the music was perfect imho! Was that gear setting accordion, paper or metal...looked like metal reduced and formed??

    Thank You again for sharing a masterful design and build!!

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    gear setting accordion as you call it is just printout of the drawing in actual size 1:1 ratio and I actually used original gears to check if everything is fine. Gears were created by program GearDXF. Then opened by LibreCAD and rotated if required. (both freeware programs) Then copied to and completed in Paint and saved as 16 colour Bitmap image.

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    In the video between :55 and 1:00 is that a piece of paper to set the gear engagement or metal. Didn't use the right words sorry...maybe setting the lash?? I use paper on my Mini Lathe when changing gears or move the banjo.
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    In the video between :55 and 1:00 is that a piece of paper to set the gear engagement or metal. Didn't use the right words sorry...maybe setting the lash?? I use paper on my Mini Lathe when changing gears or move the banjo.
    Yes. That's piece of paper. The same thickness which I use when changing gears at banjo.

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    awesome. now If I can just put synchronizers on it and put it in my car..... what a work out that would be shifting... keep up the great work!!!


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