rmaynard

How To Drill A Steering Wheel

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@rmaynard  And we still don`t know how to drill a steering wheel...

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It's magic, and magic is never the same after you know how the trick is done.

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1 hour ago, rmaynard said:

It's magic, and magic is never the same after you know how the trick is done.

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Give the engineers some solace, get @buckrancher in here to give us the scoop! :D

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ID: 30   Posted (edited)

I should have taken a picture it involves a Bridgeport mill a 6" Kurt vise a right angle knee a fixture I made with a 3/4" pin and three Kant twist clamps a 1"x1 1/2" spacer

one edge finder a 1/4" two flute endmill a center drill a 15/64" drill and a 1/4" reamer

 

Brian

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Ah, That's what I thought....:ROTF:

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43 minutes ago, buckrancher said:

I should have taken a picture it involves a Bridgeport mill a 6" Kurt vise a right angle knee a fixture I made with a 3/4" pin and three Kant twist clamps a 1"x1 1/2" spacer

one edge finder a 1/4" two flute endmill a center drill a 15/64" drill and a 1/4" reamer

 

Brian

Well I was going to suggest that, just wasn't sure if you needed a 1"x1.5" or a 1"x1.25" spacer:rolleyes:.

 

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See, I told you that once you know how the trick is done it's no longer the same.

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I have lined up the shaft hole in a drill press, clamped every thing solid, raised the drill out of the hole, (when happy with alignment) & put mating part on shaft & drilled, and been pretty successful that way, but  I would probably sent it out too, knowing someone who could do a job like that. There are many machine shops that would have botched a job like that. That one looks to me to be superior.  

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That's a great example of why machine work itself is cheap - but the setup will cost you a fortune , lol . Sort of like t-shirts , first one is $500 , after that - $6.50...

 

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