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Old 26th Jan 2005, 08:42   #81
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Im impressed

This is simply amazing, the construction and design is so...
As am I
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 10:45   #82
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Fantastic work. Are you tempted to CNC a sword blade and an extra column just for the heck of it

Could we have a few details of the cooling loop please? Particularly the resevoir.
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 12:50   #83
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Fantastic!!!!

<italian mode>Ma tuo padre Ť il proprietario dei macchinari che usi o hai la grande fortuna di avere un sacco di tempo libero al lavoro????</italian mode>
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 13:21   #84
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i think im going to have a heart attack this is just absolutely amazing, its T3h seXiness beast!, i wish i had access to a cnc miller, my college won't allow me access to it because i'm in the computing section rather than the engineering section which frankly sucks

anyway nice mod i'm gunna end up walking infront of a bus daydreaming about your mod or something lol
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Old 26th Jan 2005, 15:37   #85
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nice work - and a nie tooled up workshop

just a quickie tho - throughout my years machining I was always taught that using emery cloth etc is dangerous on a lathe the way you have to polish the pieces - as it can wrap around and cause injury :s

just my tuppence worth :s

besides the safety lecture - keep up the good work!
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Old 27th Jan 2005, 19:54   #86
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Some pictures about columns working on a CNC milling machine.


Zoom


Zoom
Mill D 24 mm. multicutter used for external columns profile.


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Zoom Working phase: the columns will have a profile recalling the form of a sword handle.

See You soon... - work in progress.

bye bye


SPECTACULAR!
It' s a very original way of doing modding,but i'm sure that it is also very expensive taking in consideration that i work with a CNC miling machine.Art requires sacrifices!
It's a great job....congratulations!

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Old 29th Jan 2005, 10:43   #87
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Best regards to all you...

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Looking good. As for the weight, who cares

The weight is not so important; it will be some support for mobility and a best position to appreciate it.
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Old 29th Jan 2005, 11:09   #88
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I can do only one thing with this project log and that is bookmark it. Amazing
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Old 29th Jan 2005, 11:22   #89
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Fantastic work. Are you tempted to CNC a sword blade and an extra column just for the heck of it

Could we have a few details of the cooling loop please? Particularly the resevoir.
I'm working about the tanks. The plant will be composed by 2 separate idraulic circuits. As well as possible, you'll see the idraulic detailes.

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Old 29th Jan 2005, 11:33   #90
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Fantastic!!!!

<italian mode>Ma tuo padre Ť il proprietario dei macchinari che usi o hai la grande fortuna di avere un sacco di tempo libero al lavoro????</italian mode>
<italian mode> Posso utilizzare le macchine soltanto al termine del normale orario di lavoro, spesso anche di notte

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SPECTACULAR!
It' s a very original way of doing modding,but i'm sure that it is also very expensive taking in consideration that i work with a CNC miling machine.Art requires sacrifices!
It's a great job....congratulations!

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Old 29th Jan 2005, 11:49   #91
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I'm happy. Stay tuned.

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Small update

Fase of working of 2 cylinders in perspex (D.134mm /4mm)


Zoom The cutting of two cylinders H106mm with band saw.


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Zoom This machine with an abrasive disk will permit us to obtain 2 flat faces of the cylinders.


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Zoom This workship we obtain pressing and rotating the tube on the abrasive cloth.


Zoom The final result...

See You soon... - work in progress.

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Old 29th Jan 2005, 15:44   #92
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MINGIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LOL j/k

Very nice work. Keep it up.
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Old 30th Jan 2005, 22:18   #93
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MINGIA!!!!!!!!!!!!!

LOL j/k

Very nice work. Keep it up.
Thanks!

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Old 30th Jan 2005, 22:22   #94
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This is some pro s*** nice man keep it up.
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Old 30th Jan 2005, 22:35   #95
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that's really nice work... i'm sure this one will get into bit-tech's hall of fame.
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Old 31st Jan 2005, 22:37   #96
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Best regards to all you.

The tanks base project


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Stay tuned.
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Too many toys, me likey. This forum never ceases to amaze me
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Old 1st Feb 2005, 01:07   #98
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Best regards to all you.

The tanks base project
Stay tuned.
Uhh that's just sickening... as in so good it hurts. I need to get a job in a place like that.
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Old 1st Feb 2005, 01:33   #99
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"Where does he get such wonderful toys?" The Joker - Batman (I think I got it right lol)

Hmm, I need to dig around my college and see if they have any of these machines I could use. I do have a friend or 2 in the engineering dept.
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This is just tooooooooooo sweet. It makes may tool(toy)shop pale in comparison.

Who wouldn't want to have access to CNC milling?
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