Blog

Most content here is from my personal old blog, previous to Automatic.

Woodworking
I have a high respect and admiration for woodworking, and tough I have the tools (chisels, saws, planners, etc), rarely
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Something about Delrin
Here is a design of a telescopic cover for the Sherline lathe  (please note this isn’t the full drawing). Why
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Almost Back
First of all, I apologize for not answering comments. There are been nine months since I login to my blog.
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CNC lathe limit switch and other things
I’ve been busy so there’s nothing new to show at the moment (this will change soon).  So in the meanwhile
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Stand-by project revival
Ok, now that I have a mini table saw, a low profile vise and horizontal milling capabilities, I can continue
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Going Horizontal
Today I finished a very simple accesory that turns the standard sherline mill into an horizontal mill, within seconds. It’s
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Low Profile Vise
A tipical problem: I need to mill a slightly long part, let’s say, a 10x10x130mm bar. Sure, you can use
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Chuck spider
The problem Sometimes I have to turn small or thin parts in the lathe (a coin or a small pin,
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About being careful
It’s good to remember that Sherline tools are not toys, and that accidents can happen, no matter how well experienced,
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Using the Sherline Angle Plate
One of the things that I would love to have it’s a horizontal milling machine. Sometimes, when working on a
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