QuantumMecha: how do you change the cutting depth each pass?
Phil Abernethy: nice!
Lee Kelleher: Very well done. I've watched this video 5 times in an effort to design a
similar jig for my own use. Are plans available?
Josh Wilson: What is the maxinun diameter of ball u can tur with this set up?
Louis Alleva: I would like to make myself a radius cutter, do you have plans or drawing
or measurements, to give me an idea to get my material and what kind of
material did you use.
Louis Alleva, Quebec, Canada
venturadave: You can make your own brass balls!
Travis Black: Great Video are you about to show us some of the tools that you have made
in depth and how the work. Thanks
ryansuperbee: Just get a CNC... Done...
Jack Kramer: Very clever. I don't have the skills to make one of these. Could I pay you
to make one for me? Needs to be able to cut balls from 2" aluminum round
stock.If so, how can I contact you?
horseshoe28016: @irfp460, I think the threading attachment is just like using a die handle.
Put the lathe at the lowest speed, and turn the attachment by hand with
power off to the lathe.
محمد الروينى: Excellent work but we need more (mooooore)
kwik440: very nice.. !
amrkorany: simple idea
JavaAndroid: irfp460: The 'tapping-device' is not generally used with the chuck turning
- the machine is usually 'off', (although I have at times used them that
way for speed). You manually turn the die holder with the chuck stationary
(that's the reason for the 3 handles on the device). The main reason for
this tool is to ensure a perfectly 'parallel' cut (ever used an hand-held
die and started the thread off 'skew whiff'?).
Hamzah Ally: are you changing any settings on the cutter while turning?
gtboomer: Excellent job.
Erwin Woenckhaus: Excellent work!
JavaAndroid: toly: Yep it is very close, however, why such a complicated solution?
What's to stop the handle position being moved another 45 degrees
anti-clockwise on the swivel-base? (Mebbe I'm missing something).
cristian camilo giraldo medina: GREAT!!
Dab L: You by chance dont have a set of prints for something like this I am
interested in making my owne
horseshoe28016: Nice, thanks for posting.
Fernando de la Cruz: No se ve que es lo que avanza, si el carro o el pomo.
irfp460: The tapping device is quite dangerous, if it catches you could possibly be
pulled into the lathe
Cdabek: Thats a great idea!!
not2fast4u2c: they look alot nicer than those plastic ones !!! Nice Job on making that
OLDSCHOOL4JUSTICE: Great work
Da55a: Nice work! Have you replaced all your door knobs yet? :-)
Stan Can: Very nice! Thanks for posting.
Ulma Doctor: nice work!
DMRsounds: you sir, are a genuis. very nice device.
jeffax123: obsessed with balls
Glocko44: Now theres some good ol' ingenuity
gertsafari .: Nice job, i have a similar arrangement made from an old lens grinder.
astrialkil: Very nice ! great simple design.
fishy2002: made some nice brass balls... XD
The-Lord-Laing: Nicely made
electrogear: @TheAllimania I'm struggling to see how in any way a spinning steel ball
could be ironic?
Nolverto Gonzales: Simple and beautyful nvr used yhe word beautyful but it is
Captain Capslock: pretty nice brass one! the stock tormach-type holders plastic nuts are an
ozzcarandme: Your very clever, love the video.
fall22123: Once you polish a knob, is that addictive too?
TXLorenzo: I have always admired the Kiwi's self-sufficiency and ability to fabricate
just about anything they need from home shop tools. There are probably more
lathes and mills per capita in New Zealand than just about anywhere in the
jake tehtwothousand: I lathed a ball once without the ball turning attachment, just the regular
tool post and by just eyeballing it. I stepped up really close dimensions
by .0001+ just tapping it with the cutter so it went into a diamond shape,
then a hemispherical then a ball. It was about perfect but 1 side.
wpala: I like it !! You have plans for that tool?? also how do you like cz300