dominadorbudiao: i really like this video,more on Math such as fraction,division,geometry and trigonometry those are my worst subject on my early days,
arkomo54: Who plays the music
mrmikemanify: i got to get me some of those cutters
TomBrooklyn: Thanks for showing all those steps and explaining them. Thumbs up.
samuel pine: Perfect song selection !!!!!!!!
mpltm68 “Spankerfest”: Thanks for the video
Arnold's Design: Thank you for the round tuit. I guess I better get back to my shop.
ramikwaldh kwaldh: great video
i want to make gear
no teeth 28
out side diameter do =44mm
but i have only set gear cutter in inch. write in it
how to calculate these terms for choose appropriate cutter
vesperhbtmotor: I have a prototyping design for a production part that I need made can I send you the drawings so you can give me a quote on cutting 6 prototype gears? they are a 45 deg angle gear.?
robert garcia: i love the music at the end
MeMad Max: Very well done.
PHY104: i learned in 5 minutes something my lecturer was trying to teach me in one semester
stevenmorookian16: that is a big ass piece of brass.
0016bLitz: best gear machining video..
Jerry Hodges: I like your teaching style. Easy to understand. I have a 2" square steel rack 12" long with a DP4 and AP of 14.5 degrees (big teeth). I want to machine a steel spur gear for the pinion to lift and lower <100 lbs by crank. What is the smallest workable diameter gear I can make. Since I do not plan on buying an expensive gear cutter for just one gear, I am going to single point cut this on a lathe arbor/mandrel. Looking forward to more videos from you. Thank you.
TheRetiredtrucker: @EarlRausch Ya he tapped it using the drillpress. Drill the hole. insert tap into chuck and turn the spindle (or pulley on top) by hand. As long as you remember to break the burr every 3 turns, youll never break a tap
baldfatgit1: clever man love the vid :) music is good to :)
ELsayed Ayman: really thnks
JRoque250: Outstanding video, excellent diction from the narrator, great shop tools! In a world where everything's CNC these days, it's nice to see how it's done by hand.