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cool idea, looks like you could use this to make wooden ball screws for various equipment/vises/clamps
I've made a similar clock before. If you dont have access to a laser cutter the proper tool to use is a hot-knife. Basically a soldering iron with a scalpel tip on it. Records are fairly brittle and don't cut well by traditional means
hot knife. like this: https://www.amazon.com/Dremel-1550-Versa-Multipurpose-Tool/dp/B0000302YM/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1473637065&sr=8-2&keywords=hot+knife
Awesome Build! Just a heads up... I see you have the NEMA 34 motors bolted to the mounts with a screw and standard nut. From experience I've found it really difficult to get a wrench on the nut, and the motors are pretty prone to vibratory loosening. An easy fix is to use a standard 1/4-20 SQUARE Nut, with a 1/4-20 cap screw. the square nut will be trapped by the in-cut square corners on the motor, and allow you to tighten them from the screw side w/out putting a second wrench on the nut. probably would work with an M6, but the 1/4-20 is a very good fit.
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