RE: Dinner table legs profile

2018-04-10 Thread Bill Bulkeley
I would use bits like these to do the small tapers in the end of the legs https://www.magnate.net/SearchResults.asp?Cat=480051 I would dowel a piece on the end to get the second taper Bill From: legacy-ornamental-mills@googlegroups.com [mailto:legacy-ornamental-mills@googlegroups.com] On

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2018-04-10 Thread Richard Ellis
Tim On second thoughts I think you are right, --my next bright idea is to turn an alloy ring to fit the gear allowing clearance for the teeth but allowing the 24 holes to be seen and used. Then drill three holes in the ring ,pulley and gear drill and tap the gear and fasten all three together.

RE: Dinner table legs profile

2018-04-10 Thread Michael Kratky
Good question, on a decent lathe once a story stick was detailed out it wouldn’t be but a mornings’ task to complete all 4 legs. Option B there’s open woodturning clubs all over the country that would be very helpful and even allow you use their equipment to make them, they are listed at:

Re: Dinner table legs profile

2018-04-10 Thread Okla Mike (Liltwisted)
I guess the next question would be are you a wood turner as well, a lot of us are. Mike OK On 4/9/2018 10:18 PM, Harvey wrote: Mike I was looking at something like this https://www.lowes.com/pd/Artesian-Maple-Table-Leg-Actual-2-75-in-x-29-in/3502288 I downloaded a picture of one of the

Re: Dinner table legs profile

2018-04-10 Thread 'Curt George' via Legacy Ornamental Mills
Good call on this one Bill.The set-up and methods used to make this are more or less the same process that you would do to make the table legs in question. C.A.G. On Tuesday, April 10, 2018 2:09 AM, Bill Bulkeley wrote: #yiv5383582701 #yiv5383582701 -- _filtered

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2018-04-10 Thread Tim Krause
I'm trying to think this through.  What is the goal that you are trying to reach?  Will you be driving the leadscrew from your spindle motor or are you just trying to make it fast to add the spindle motor when needed? Sorry about the number of responses, it really difficult go get people to

Re: Dinner table legs profile

2018-04-10 Thread Harvey Matyas
Mike No I am not, however, I do have access to it at the Milwaukee Makerspace. I have been tempted to make a lathe duplicator from one of my wood magazines, now may be the time to do it. Harvey On Tue, Apr 10, 2018 at 9:32 AM, Okla Mike (Liltwisted) < legacym...@iglide.net> wrote: > I guess

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2018-04-10 Thread Richard Ellis
Tim At the present time I have a steel plate that I made to fit the Revoo. I have to take the 71/2" gear off and the fit the plate that is bolted to the 71/2" 'V'pulley, using a different knob to lock it in place, I thought I could make it look better--although the output will be no

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2018-04-10 Thread Tim Krause
I'd rather see you use something other than the main gear to bolt this too.  I don't see how this is going to help, but you got my attention.  I hope it works out the way you want. On Apr 10, 2018, 9:53 AM, at 9:53 AM, Richard Ellis wrote: >Tim >Here area couple of

Re: legacy for sale dallas texas

2018-04-10 Thread Bawdsey64
Hi Mac With a comment about "Klinger & M.A.S.H." I guess there are folks on here much older than me. Cheers Roger From: MWF Received: 10/04/2018 22:47:16 +01:00 To: legacy-ornamental-mills@googlegroups.com That's OK Joe - We "Love" you anyway! Like Klinger on M.A.S.H. - you bring a chance

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2018-04-10 Thread 'joe biunno' via Legacy Ornamental Mills
like I said, a lot of comedians in this group!... I'll just suggest that they don't quit their day jobs!...LOL! > > -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Legacy Ornamental Mills" group. To unsubscribe from this group and stop receiving emails from it,

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2018-04-10 Thread 'joe biunno' via Legacy Ornamental Mills
ok, for all you cowboy fans, here is a link to a Legacy model 1800, located in dallas, texas... nice machine...motor drive on the lead screw(X axis)... does not have the Z axis upgrade... legacy wheel kit...nice selection of router bits... starting bid of $50.00, which means nothing, since the

Re: legacy for sale dallas texas

2018-04-10 Thread MWF
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Re: Joe B legacy for sale dallas texas

2018-04-10 Thread MWF
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2018-04-10 Thread 'joe biunno' via Legacy Ornamental Mills
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2018-04-10 Thread MAX LATHAM
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Re: legacy for sale dallas texas

2018-04-10 Thread MWF
That's OK Joe - We "Love" you anyway!Like Klinger on M.A.S.H. - you bring a chance for "levity" to The Group!Seriously:  Thanks for the link.Mac-Original Message- From: 'joe biunno' via Legacy Ornamental Mills Sent: Apr 10, 2018 5:23 PM To: Legacy

Re: Dinner table legs profile - Habitat for Humanity Re-Stores

2018-04-10 Thread MWF
If you live in the United States, check your area to see if  "Habitat for Humanity" (H4H) has a Habitat Re-Store in your community.If so, two things:1.  Pay them a visit - you may find furniture that has been donated to them that you can use as Curtis describes below.  Habitat Re-Stores often get

Re: Dinner table legs profile

2018-04-10 Thread Richard Ellis
Hi Harvey It depends on what model LOM you have, CNC??? or old Woodchuck. With the right cutters that leg is fairly easy to do. The only difficult part of the leg for me to do *is the small tapers* on the bottom part of the leg. Anyway well worth tryingif at first you don't succeed

Re: legacy for sale dallas texas

2018-04-10 Thread MWF
Roger,As they say over here across the Pond - in the "Land of The Right to Keep and Bear Arms" (Thanks to your King years ago.) - "Sleep well - you are in good company".  I' sure that Andy Anderson watched M.A.S.H. - in his "younger" years.I am sure a number of Group Members (and Lurkers) have

Re: Dinner table legs profile

2018-04-10 Thread 'Curt George' via Legacy Ornamental Mills
Hello HarveyIf I may, I would like to make a suggestion, What I did on my first Legacy turning , was to re-work an already made table leg. What I did was, I roped a normal table leg, much like what you showed us. The owner bought a Chinese made table (real beefy table legs.) his wife did not