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    Yes- the swinging index arm will cause an error. This could be accounted for by offsetting each subsequent circle of holes, or by making the index arm as close to tangental to the circle, or by redesigning it to use a watts linkage

    allan

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    Quote Originally Posted by wayne101 View Post
    Also would like to say I just ordered from McMaster Carr tonight and the order was
    processed , so it looks like McMaster Carr is shipping to Canada now.

    Holy **** - are you serious? This changes everything! Please tell us whether or not this stuff shows up!

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    Peter
    This guy that made the video is a waist of time he could cut the video down by 2/3 if he would get organized. The member here did a much better job with
    modifying the spinn indexer. Oh well some just like to be on video
    He ho don't believe in values has no values

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    Quote Originally Posted by isaac338 View Post
    Holy **** - are you serious? This changes everything! Please tell us whether or not this stuff shows up!
    If you had read the entire thread, you would have found that they canceled his order the following day.
    James

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    This should be more accurate:

    Note: Only somewhat to scale

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    Quote Originally Posted by GEP View Post
    This guy that made the video is a waist of time he could cut the video down by 2/3 if he would get organized.

    Oh well some just like to be on video
    It doesn't sound as if you've ever done any self-filming yourself.

    I try and plan what I'm going to do, but the plan often doesn't survive the encounter with the task. With nobody directing, it's really hard to leave breaks for editing, which limits your options later. If you've ever had any involvement with TV or film, then you'll know that raw footage to finished runtime is 10:1 or worse. Most of us simply don't have the time for that approach.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elf View Post
    This should be more accurate:

    Note: Only somewhat to scale
    Wow! Sure is a lot easier than the approach that I suggested.

    An elegant solution because of its simplicity.

    Congrats elf!

    Best wishes to ya’ll.

    Sincerely,

    Jim

    "To invent you need a good imagination and a pile of junk" - Thomas Edison

    "I've always wanted to get a job as a procrastinator but I keep putting off going out to find one so I guess I'll never realize my life's dream. Frustrating!" - Me

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    Quote Originally Posted by J. Randall View Post
    If you had read the entire thread, you would have found that they canceled his order the following day.
    James
    Is that right? Please point out the post if you could.

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    greeting from Halifax

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    The second video in this project is up at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LP87Dv5_vXs

    He explains some details left out of the first vid that covers the angular accuracy of the locating pin mechanism.

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