It’s been about a year since I move all my stuff to a new location. I’ve been doing, silently, a lot of things: machine tunning, fixtures, furnishing, prototype design, components procurement, coding, etc. And I’ve been working hard on my latest project in the past months (there will be another post about that).
I’m not good at social media; I’ve been publishing just some instagram pics from time to time last year. But it’s time to start to publish content again, and i3micro.org will change to automaticartisan.com from now.
So what we have here is the final step in making a PVC, 70 tooth HTD3M pulley. Grooves where made using the Sherline rotary table and a custom tool bit, in a the same way as on my old “making gears” post.
Love your site and you are a first class designer and engineer.
Thank you very much for your support Paul.