Amateur's Workshop by Ian Bradley

By Ian Bradley

A connection with workshop thoughts for version engineers, which additionally covers establishing a workshop.

Many Machinist tasks, would receive advantages from studying this book.

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4 was for cutting internal keyways in he bores ofpulleys and other machine The inset cutter-bit enables such keyways to be accurately machined for both width and depth by referring to the index collars fitted to the feed screws of the machine. The Starrett taper gauge, Fig. 5 is graduated in thousandths of an inch and provides a ready means of measuring the width and depth of the keyways as machining proceeds. External keyways can also be cut in shafts with a tool similar to that used for parting off work in the lathe.

Or perhaps 4 in. capacity. Whilst the third class comprises machines also of interest industrially, with a multispeed range and a maximum capacity of as much as 1 in. Of the first class probably the most successful, because it was specially designed for the amateur, is the ‘Model Engineer’ drilling machine. This drill, designed by E. T. Westbury, who will need no introduction to those already interested in light engineering8 is intended to be made in the horn workshop. The components have al“i been designed so that they can b machined on a lathe of 39 in.

Ectric motor. This has much simplified the driving of the tools for, as well as getting rid of expensive and light-obstructive lineshafts and belting. it allows anv tool to be moved and re-sited without Accordingly. it is not proposed to devote much snace to a form of drive that is now only of historic interest. Instead the emphasis will naturally be placed on current practice, and the conditions the reader will find at work both in the factory and in the private Nevertheless. l a number of the older machines driven by means of it, some brief notes on its use will appear later in the chapter.

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