Anand Rajamani: Very good use of an indexing head. I was wondering if this is how it's done. Man, that is a slow feed. Do you need to go that slowly? How long did it take to cut the whole gear?
bala zen: fantastic to see - very old time i was work with milling machine universal type and didnt even get chance to cut helical gear once before i move from machine shop work to designing and R&D
Adam Muehlbauer: Machines making machines.
metalwiddler: Good job, CNC's have crushed this industry now, this is a setup you hardly ever see anymore. Two thumbs up
Robert Whitt: THATS NOT THE POINT MPETERSON.... A GOOD MACHINIST DOESNT NEED THE EXACT TOOL.
Robert Whitt: NOW THATS IMPRESSIVE! HATS OFF!!!!!
Rick Taylor: Nice demo. Thanks for posting. Later, Rick.
Chaitanya Nayak: can u explain the calculations of dividing head for cutting helical gears pleaaaasseeeee,,....
applejak2000: Do you indicate in (using a sine bar or something) that helix angle that the universal table is swung around to? Or perhaps I should ask how do you get the angle of the machine table accurately?
cosast54: In Greece and the Milling machine was Russian
cosast54: Wow the last time i did that was in 1977 !
steve buch: Impressive, that's most definatley good work.
mpetersen6: Cool, but it is also what they nake gear hobbing machines for
FridayMorningHero: Really want a mill of that grandeur...
GeneralG1810: Nice to know there's still some quality tradesmen out there that dont really on CNC good job
Alonzo Branson: Now THAT'S heavy metal!
ytmachx: I would really like to be able to do that too.
Armer gong: Last time I seen this done way back 1978 like the comment below says the good old days