TomBrooklyn: Thanks for showing all those steps and explaining them. Thumbs up.
mrmikemanify: i got to get me some of those cutters
waynekhue: great video !!! i know nothing about machining. because i am doing an
engine/transmission swap on my Jeep and there are some parts that don't
fit, so i am looking on the web to see how parts are made. this video shows
exactly what i need. thanks again.
Contw2: sum neat machinery
Shombroni: To the machinist in teh video. I gotta ask, since I don't know if I am a
newbie or a pro as a machinist. How long did set up time take you for all
those procedures? How long did cutting time per piece take?
0016bLitz: best gear machining video..
PHY104: i learned in 5 minutes something my lecturer was trying to teach me in one
ike eickholdt: Perfect! now I have more projects in front of me before I make a gear. Ok,
so now to find the design for a dividing head.
struckmand: dang that must of taken hrs to develope one gear
The Lightning Stalker: Aww, you have all the toys
MeMad Max: Very well done.
Bond james bond: I love the old school stuff. All the war equipment in ww2 was made on
manual machines back in the old days, blows my mind that such tight
tolerances could be kept before calulaters and modern measuring tools.
spidersinspace: Excelent video. Too bad the opportunities to develope and attain your level
of skill and knowledge are so few these days. There are still many young
folks out there that would love to learn these types of skills if given the
grantham418: From start to finish took about an hour.
CUBITO71: He is a real machinist. today everybody call themselves machinist but most
of them they only now how to push a bottom.
jim boo: You dont see the use of a dividing head with a index plate much more these
hettygreene: Loved it! Great video!
Andrew Schiraldi: CNC machinist of 5 years here, this is an awesome video. I'm learning the
old ways so I can do hobby machining on surplus manual machines. Stuff like
this is a great help!
grantham418: These formulas for gear cutting can be found in Machinerys Handbook if you
enjoy doing lots of math. Adding 2 teeth is part of the calculation. 2.157
is a constant that is divided by the diametrical pitch to determine cutting
depth. Glad you enjoyed the video.
Alex Qi: all the tools, the greatest cause for envy for a man...
Sandra Davis Sena: Great clip. I am making spur, bevel and helical gears in school. this was
nice to look at and I'll show it to my classmates.
798unionpipeliner: @123PSI well i'm 18 year's old started welding at the age of 9 I'm going to
join local 798 pipeliners union when i'm 20 year's old.
Thema inproblem: Nicely done! Thanks for sharing that with us.
travissn: Very informative, I have just started to make parts in a machine shop.
Thanks for making the video.
mpltm68: Thanks for the video
DoD511: Great for learning your video.
AMSroadrunner: Thank you so much for talking and telling us what you are doing!!!!!
LorianaVixen: Fantastic video! Thank you very much for posting!
srmaietta: nice work.. any tips for setting the involute cutter up on center height to
spitgalore: How come no cutting was used? Thanks.
robert garcia: i love the music at the end
leaghtristan: great video man thanks
BlakeMason2: Great vid! I think we'd love to see how you put the CL of the cutter on the
CL of the mandrel and how you determined the tooth depth. It looked like
only one cut per tooth, no finishing cut.
grantham418: Part of Bumble Boogie
cosast54: Nice video, When are you going metric?
bijibijmak: Can I make a bevel gear with the same machine and tools?
grantham418: 3/16 inch broach
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.?
adisharr: I love these videos - always wanted to get into machining but lack the
space and time. Definitely a future endeavor though :)
ELsayed Ayman: really thnks
Pablo Muñoz: Great video master.. thanks since Peru
YodasFishing: I really appreciate you sharing this with us amateurs. - Jimdz
wurft: pleas pleas pleas tell me what's the music between 3:23 and 4:46!
Perius: Good stuff. Reminds of the days when I was an apprentice. Making gears was
always frustrating when you had to do the math all by yourself. Luckily
technology advances. I remember when I first tried a CNC lathe. First
proper thing I made was a conical bolt with 3 threads, something that would
take ages in a manual lathe, took me 30min or so from starting to program
until the bolt was done.
tylerkb12: I'm a machinist and I'm 26! I dry hob like a dirty mother. I love it
wouldn't trade it for any job. I agree, more young guys need to get into it.
rmille261: Very good video. Thank you!
EarlRausch: Thank you for the video !. Sorry for my ignorance but after the key way was
cut the alien head hole was taped. What machine was used ? kinda looked
like part of a drill press ? I liked the idea of almost perfect alignment.
I cut a few gears back in 73 while in college, And watching this video
reminded me of those days, Head swimming,scared of missing a step,=Bad
grade :) Thanks to all of the commentators to , It is nice to read comments
that are not full of bickering and trash.