Step 3: Fourth Step, paste a cycle of aluminum (aluminum can) and give a "mixed".
Stephen Campbell followed my progress on this table as it was being built.I work from a simple sketch, and am not so good using a CAD drawing program, so Steve very kindly made the drawings going by my measurements. .To lay out these holes, I centered the face plate by eye over a punch mark in the approximate center of the plate. .It kortingsvoucher centerparcs can wait, for now.The outer is 3/16". .Wire, super glue, aluminum can, needle, vellum.Take the face plate out of the chuck and mount it on the spindle, then face it off so the front of the plate will be square to the head stock.Gear: A 1B 6-N32060A, worm: A 1 C55-55N32, the large bearing is numbered BR2, but I think there is a better number on the drawing.Warp wrapped the wire lamp (as a base) and lift the wire to create a slightly taller tip the lamp, where you'll put the needle (to make the luminaire movement smoother).Things You'll Need, bottle of soft drink 2 liters (preferably transparent or colorless).It just seems to go all over the place. .But at the moment, I don't have one. .Drill for a tapped hole for 6-32, 3/8" deep. .(via: Popular Mechanics ) (Images: Jennifer Bogo for Popular Mechanics loading).
Here it is, mounted up on the face plate, and that mounted up on the spindle. .
Make sure to start (and keep) the holes straight.The big ugly chunk on the end just has to be turned away, and what is left will be the makings of the rotating part of a rotary table.This table should fit on most small mills. .There will be a lot less cutting though, if the diameter of the piece isn't 3/8" too large to begin with. .Enco Tools web site you can find them there.After spotting these holes, drill through holes for #6 screws, and counter bore the holes to within 1/4" of the front of the plate.
This recess only needs to be about.015" deep, and it's really not a critical dimension.