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    Longitudinal and Cross Power Feeds for G0602 Type Lathe / Job completed

    Hi guys,

    I finally completed this job. Planned to do it by the end of May,
    but thanks to COVID19, I stayed 2 months longer on board and
    arrived home one month ago.

    As you can see from the video, it works. And it works flawlessly.



    I believe that all details except automatic threading stop can
    be seen and understood from the video clip.

    Automatic stop for longitudinal feed works perfect when turning to a shoulder.
    Repeatability / accuracy 0.05mm (0.002").

    Automatic stop for threading will be described in another post / video.

    Cheers
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    Well done, again!

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    Thanks LMMasterMariner! We've added your Longitudinal and Cross Power Feeds for a Lathe to our Lathe Accessories category,
    as well as to your builder page: LMMasterMariner's Homemade Tools. Your receipt:




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    thats awesome work!!! thats about the size lathe I wanted but couldent afford, so my wimpy 9x20 will have to do. you now have my mind trying to get in gear....Im not sure I can do this kind of thinking and work any more....those days may be past. I still havent made a feed reverser yet...

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    Masterful work indeed look forward to your next video.

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    UPDATE
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    I originally planned to install tumbler for connecting gears on lead screw and feed shaft. These 2 gears were supposed to be 18 and 22 teeth gears. But never made it and found that it wasn't necessary at all. That's why I used 20 and 22 teeth gears without tumbler. Today I found another gears; 18 and 24 and installed them.
    Also prepared new Thread and Feed Chart, which still needs to be printed and laminated. But anyhow this chart will be posted once I complete my next project: Additional Screw Cutting Gearbox (Norton type).

    Few pictures attached.

    Cheers
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    Congratulations LMMasterMariner - your Lathe Power Feeds are the Homemade Tool of the Week!

    Excellent work, and part one with drawings is available here: Longitudinal and Cross Power Feeds for G0602 Type Lathe

    Some more nice builds from this week:

    Welding Pulse Monitor by chy_farm
    Welding Helmet Light by tony b
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    Angle Grinder Belt Sander Attachment by fawabros
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    LMMasterMariner - you'll be receiving a $25 online gift card, in your choice of Amazon, PayPal, or bitcoin. Please PM me your current email address and gift card choice and I'll get it sent over right away.

    This is your 6th Homemade Tool of the Week win. Here are all of your Homemade Tool of the Week winning tools. Congrats again


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    Im now looking to either make a R8 collet block so i can use R8 collets in my lathe or....I was thinking about the 5c collet that axcepts er32. witch should work fine for the r8 collets/r8 tool holders that I need/ may need too put in my lathe. I have 5c&r8&er32,er11&er16 already along with all kinds of stuff. but it sure would be nice to be able to put my r8 tooling in my lathe sometimes.especialy if I need to make some "adjustments" to it. I may need to install a bushing Z& size to the end of the r8 collet for end support..but the er stuff dont have it, so...Im still thinking. $35 for a hard pressission c5~ER32 COLLET SURE IS A LOT EASIER THAN MAKING ONE.!! i DO REALIZE i WILL HAVE TO WORK ON THE NUT AND GET RID OF THE"CAMLOCK" THEY HAVE TO RETAIN THE ER COLLET AND POSSIABLY ILL ADD A HARDENED WASHER IN THERE TOO.ILL WAITE TILL I DECIDE JUST WHAT I WILL DO TO SEE IF I NEED THAT WASHER. ANY IDEAS OR THOUGHTS ON THIS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marksbug View Post
    Im now looking to either make a R8 collet block so i can use R8 collets in my lathe or....I was thinking about the 5c collet that axcepts er32. witch should work fine for the r8 collets/r8 tool holders that I need/ may need too put in my lathe. I have 5c&r8&er32,er11&er16 already along with all kinds of stuff. but it sure would be nice to be able to put my r8 tooling in my lathe sometimes.especialy if I need to make some "adjustments" to it. I may need to install a bushing Z& size to the end of the r8 collet for end support..but the er stuff dont have it, so...Im still thinking. $35 for a hard pressission c5~ER32 COLLET SURE IS A LOT EASIER THAN MAKING ONE.!! i DO REALIZE i WILL HAVE TO WORK ON THE NUT AND GET RID OF THE"CAMLOCK" THEY HAVE TO RETAIN THE ER COLLET AND POSSIABLY ILL ADD A HARDENED WASHER IN THERE TOO.ILL WAITE TILL I DECIDE JUST WHAT I WILL DO TO SEE IF I NEED THAT WASHER. ANY IDEAS OR THOUGHTS ON THIS?
    I almost bought ER40-125 (95) Collet Chuck. That one would fit my back plate. It was quite cheap in China, but heavy and I already had more than enough steel in my suitcases. In the meantime I installed motorcycle brake at my chuck, actually to back plate and then it wasn't an option at all. Here are couple of pictures of this collect chuck. But if I have to install it, I will only buy ER40 - A clamping nut and ER40 collets. Would fabricate collet holder in situ, so TIR (total indicated run out) would be almost zero.

    Cheers
    LMMasterMariner
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