Ian Bradley's Amateur's Workshop PDF

By Ian Bradley

ISBN-10: 0852424825

ISBN-13: 9780852424827

A connection with workshop options for version engineers, which additionally covers constructing a workshop.

Many Machinist tasks, would receive advantages from studying this book.

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7. Speed ange device for %ampion’ drill eferred to in an earlier chapter where n illustration of such an application ias given. Ipeed Changing Arrangements ,The simplest method of providing range of speeds for the drilling aachines suited to the requirements lf the amateur shop is to fit the drill pindle and the driving motor with iatching cone pulleys having three or aore steps enabling the driving belt to le moved from one step to another Jithout the necessity of adjusting its ension. This was the arrangement :enerally adopted in connection with lost of the small drilhng machines old for amateur use.

In this way the motor is w protected and occupies no valual bench space. This method of mom ing the driving motor has been used the authors when fitting up the ‘Mot Engineer’ drill and the earlier mod1 of the Cowell drill. The belts used with both the machines are of the round leatf type ~&-in. dia. for the ‘Mode1 Eng eer’ drill and 4 in. dia. for the Cow machine. a subject that will be de, with fully in a laterchapter. As drilling machines are only us intermittently they may convenien be driven by low-voltage motors, t these need to be capable of developi 4 or + horse-power in order to functi satisfactorily.

Lustrated. ;d when using a milling atrachment mounted on the ,saddle of the lathe, whilst the arrangement ‘B’ was that employed for driving a spot-drilling attachment before it was fitted with self-contained electric drive. The parts of the overhead drive are all adjustable positionally. Thus, if it is necessary to bring the jockey pulley forward over the lathe the counterweight can be moved back to compensate for this. Reversing the direction of the drive when using a round belt is a simple operation.

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