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  • aboard_epsilon
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    there you go ..;

    perfect

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Rear-Sprocket-...item45ed10e16a

    as well as 48 teeth it has twelve holes

    all the best.markj

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  • aboard_epsilon
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    be quick ..and count the teeth ..

    if its multiples of 12 youre in luck

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/FORD-TRACTOR-G...item5d2d994f9a


    i make it 50.so no good.


    all the best.markj
    Last edited by aboard_epsilon; 02-27-2011, 04:28 PM.

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  • Alistair Hosie
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    Hi Johnny what's an automotive degree wheel ?Alistair ok I just looked one up on google got a good free printable version too for anyone wanting it.see here Alistair

    http://www.thegsresources.com/files/degree_wheel.pdf
    Last edited by Alistair Hosie; 02-27-2011, 03:48 PM.

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  • Alistair Hosie
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    Sir John before you offer the size might be for the woodlathe about (hole size)75mm approx , and overall size approx 150 to 200 and metal lathe size would be 200 mm hole size and about 245 overall.Is that ok? If your still keen I will discuss it with you no scanties worn and you can email me with a decent price for both.Thanks pal ps if you change your mind I'll understand.then it's drawers on at dawnAlistair ps if you prefer to make just one then again email me and we can discuss it I am keen on this.John you could make them for woodturners and make a nice little line as they are becoming very popular with us woodheads.Alistair
    Last edited by Alistair Hosie; 02-27-2011, 03:27 PM.

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  • johnnyd
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    Most any automotive "speed shop" can sell you an automotive degree wheel that can be adapted to almost any lathe.

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  • The Artful Bodger
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    I have seen a number of ways posted for indexing, including:

    Use the teeth of a change gear, if you have a selection of gears you can make a series of index holes etc.

    Use the teeth of a circular saw blade.

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  • Guest's Avatar
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    Layout of index plates is described in the Machinist's Bedside Reader, don't remember which of the three.

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  • ptjw7uk
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    John, Remember to make em green as well!!
    Peter

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  • Black_Moons
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    Originally posted by aboard_epsilon
    GO to your local garage and ask them for the old car brake disks ..solid ones

    then all you have to do is skim them ..and drill them.

    all the best.markj
    Better idea, Find some that are cross drilled and hope they did it accurately, and to some usable index count.

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  • rohart
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    Alistair, err..., I think you have to get it round first !

    Saw to octagonal or better. Hole in centre, and cut to circle.

    But the basic problem is that to index to make holes you need to be able to index in the first place. If you make a dividing unit, meaning a worm and wormwheel mounted on the lathe spindle, then you can use a crappy old indexing plate to make a better indexing plate.

    So, suppose you have a worm set to give a 1:60 ratio. All you need as a first index plate is a place to park the index arm each revolution and you can make a good 60 hole plate.

    Set that plate on your divider and you can make a 360 hole plate.

    So you need to start with a worm if you want anything better than three or four holes in your plate.

    So either you go for the worm set up, starting with any old secondhand plate, or get the Sheriff of Nottingham to send you one of his leaky beermats.

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  • drmico60
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    I have made indexing plates using a worm type indexer and a toolpost drill as shown here:
    http://mikesworkshop.weebly.com/toolpost-drill.html
    Mike

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  • aboard_epsilon
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    GO to your local garage and ask them for the old car brake disks ..solid ones

    then all you have to do is skim them ..and drill them.

    all the best.markj

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  • John Stevenson
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    Wot diameter?
    Wot size hole in the middle?
    How many Holes ?

    I'll make you one just to stop you posting pictures of your disgusting underpants on the forum................

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  • Alistair Hosie
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    indexing design

    I'd like to make such a disc for both my metal and woodturning lathes how would I go about it.I have some large squares of metal treadplate which I have fly cut and smoothed for just such an occasion.Anyone done this I know John makes them for a living but hey I need to make them bigger and had hoped to try them myself as I am growing slightly in confidence.Alistair ps with old age



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