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This is my finished ball and knob turner. You can make knobs out of any material you want . Brass,plastic,aluminum,steel , wood .This style of turner...
Here are the plans for the base of the ball turner which goes into the cross slide of the lathe .
pic#1 shows the 1 1/4 inch height i have to maintain and the end of the project. #2shows milling the edges square #3 shows milling the a edge slots th...
Here is the detailed plans for the cutter rotor
pic #1 shows the rotor being drilled through with a 1/4 inch tap drill and will be threaded 1/4x20 #2 Shows boring a hole 1 1/4 wide by 3/8's dee...
pic#1 shows milling the center of the rotor which will help the cutter slide on center of the rotor. #2,3,4 Show milling the rotor to the correct si...
Here is the detailed plan for the turner bit
pic #1 , 2 shows milling the stock to make sure the edges are square #3 Shows the milled slot for the carbide bit will sit. #4 ,5 show the bracket m...
Here is the plan for the arbors for different size threaded knobs.
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This is a 12 x 36 lathe .
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