Stefan Gotteswinter - Modelengineering, Machining and Toolmaking in the Homeshop
Just a guy working in his basement shop.
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14-06-2017: Home Shop Machinists Podcast – Episode 6
I was for a second time guest to the Home Shop Machinist Podcast, joining Justin and Max, talking shop, scraping, beer, Makita and Bosch tools and books:
Home Shop Machinists Podcast – Episode 6 – All Scraped Up
12-06-2017: Scraping Videos
I did a first pair of scraping videos, showing the tools, the basic principle of scraping, how to read the blueing on the part and how to sharpen the scraper:
Basic Scraping: Flat Surfaces – Part 1
Basic Scraping: Flat Surfaces – Part 2
Thanks to Richard King for his class and his encouragement – If you want to learn hands on scraping a class with him is absolutely a good idea, he will teach you a proven technique that allowed him to make a living of rebuilding machines.
There is also a video on the Denmark scraping class I attended in April 2017 availible.
03-06-2017: Bandsaw motor, Bandsaw vertical modification
The motor on my bandsaw was changed against a german made industrial gearhead motor: New motor for the bandsaw
I also ditched the horizontal sawing capability of the bandsaw and made it a vertical-only-bandsaw: Vertical modification
Lathe µkroDreh 075-550
Milling machine Optimum MB4
Shaper Gack HE20
Engraving machine Deckel G1L
Surface grinder LIP515
D-Bit Grinder Holzmann UWS3
Unknown 4x6 Bandsaw
Small projects that are not worth a dedicated projectsite
ER25 collet block
Tripan parting tool holder
Ball turning tool for my 10x22 lathe
Adapter plate to mount a chuck onto a rotary table
Universal micrometer with exchangable anvils
Box parallel/Setup cube
Swiveling angle head for the milling machine
Lathe chuck backstop
Cylindrical grinding attachement
Random thoughts and rants
A loose collection of shop tips
Magnetic Chuck on the lathe?
Mist cooleant systems
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