Once in a while, I must cut very thin stock on my horizontal bandsaw. This requires a low feedrate. Sure I can do this by slowly lowering the arm but it can get tedious. A solution is to have a saw attachment that can be quickly dropped in place to do the task. Here is one such tool.
A centerpiece of this article is turning eccentric spigots on round stock.
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A good idea for people who hasn't access to a Festo store, inexpensive and perfect for occasional use.
Making sometimes such regulators for a more durable use when you doesn't have any air loss, as you make it with a long threaded metal part, you can make a more sophisticated end at your screw with a O-ring which gave a better sealing, as I have a lot of cut small parts, the use of square aluminium(and 4 jaws chucks on my lathes) permit to screw the part on the construction, turned with eccentricity as yours.
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