I don't see much of an advantage to using magnets to hold the pulley to the
gear. I would be concerned that as speed increases, the pulley could come off.
If your pulley is held on by the spindle screw and you have a couple index
pins poking through the main drive gear, I think you got a solid idea.
On Apr 8, 2018, 11:51 PM, at 11:51 PM, Richard Ellis <rchrd.ell...@gmail.com>
> Going back to my original post of the Pic of my drive to the Revo.
>The pulley at the present time is fastened to a metal plate that I
>to fit the headstock. However my latest thought is to make it easier to
>on and off by using magnets (three off) set into the 'V' pulley and
>pins that fit the holes on the normal gear --------the same system that
>uses on the Reciprocater that he made.----- Is it a good idea or not
>have more photos of my converted office desk if any interest is shown.
>On Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 4:24:19 PM UTC+1, Richard Ellis wrote:
>> A pic of the drive to the spindle vari-speed via an inverter 240
>> 414 volt
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