Spindles (Workshop Practice Series Number 27)

By Harprit Sandhu
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With the model and amateur engineer in mind, this is a guide to making light milling or grinding spindles with a small lathe. Spindles come in many shapes and sizes, depending on their use and included here are descriptions of the design, construction and use of a variety of types (from 19.05 - 57.15mm/0.75 - 2.25 inch) for grinding, milling and drilling.

Contents:
● Designing a Spindle
● The Basic Spindle
● Mounting a Spindle
● A Smaller No.2 Morse Taper Spindle
● Micro Spindle
● 1 inch (25mm) Diameter Spindle
● 1.25 inch (32mm) Diameter Spindle
● Light, Tool-Post OD Grinding Spindle
● Simple, No.1 Morse Taper Spindle
● Vertical Spindle or Gear Cutting Frame
● Spindle With Tapered Roller Bearings
● Driving the Spindles
● Notes on Using Spindles
● Ancillary Information
● SI Drawings
● UK Equivalent Tables

The emphasis is on spindles which are easy to make and have as few parts as possible - all but one use sealed ball bearings. The author is a designer, machinist and woodworker whose interest in clock making led him to design and build the spindles in the book. Also included is a light gear cutting frame for clock makers.
Publisher
Special Interest Model Books
ISBN
1854861492
ISBN-13
9781854861498
Format
Softcover, 160 pages
Published
1998
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