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Making a small brass pulley on the Grizzly mini lathe for a small DC motor. Made of 3/8″ brass rod.
Multi-stage, time-lapsed manual machining of a part, using a Sieg C4 lathe and Sieg Super X3 mill. The material is brass. The background music is “Days of the Departed” by Jan Morgenstern.
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In this video I’ll show the performance of a hand ground High Speed Steel tool with a chip breaker feature, then test a carbide insert tool specifically designed to do the same task. I’ll also [More]
HEY GUYS, GREAT LATHE FOR THE MONEY! ROCLER’S EXCELSIOR 5 SPEED MINI LATHE, CHECK IT OUT
Here we begin looking at a the complex topic of Feeds & Speeds. This applies to lathes, mills, drilling machines and more. Regardless of small mini machine or giant industrial, home shop or high end [More]
Learn how to turn your CNC Mill into a vertical lathe. This can be accomplished by placing the material in the spindle and mounting all of the machining tools on the table. We will be [More]
Making a small goblet using a piece of walnut that was intended to be a waste wood. NO RE-UPLOAD, NO RE-USE, FOR LICENSING PLEASE CONTACT http://www.paloarte.com