Featured in Model Engineers’ Workshop Magazine (No. 288, page 22), one of our M-DRO Digital Readout customers has written an article on how he has worked on a project to set correct rotation speed according to size of cutter and material being machined.
Andrew Carruthers said “the image shows the finished display clip mounted on the Digital Readout (DRO). I also wanted the end result to be aesthetically pleasing and in-keeping with the DRO I am installing but at the same time, be easily differentiated, so I chose the blue display to contrast with the red DRO display. This modification is inexpensive and a quick project to build and delivers valuable information to the operator. Only basic soldering skills and a few readily available parts from either your spares bin or online are required, the display case can be made from offcuts, or if available, 3D printed which is the route I took.”
To read the full article on how Andrew created his project and what was involved with a step-by-step guide, please click here. Discover our full range of DRO Kits here, alternatively, contact our Technical Product Specialist on 01992 455921.
(Credit: Andrew Carruthers, Model Engineers’ Workshop Magazine)
Featured in December’s Model Engineers’ Workshop Magazine (No. 288, page 13), one of our customers has written an article on how he has created a Micrometer Roller Box for ‘running down’ long thing workpieces, with the help of our 25mm (1") Digital Depth Gauge.
As mentioned in the article, a Roller Box is used on a capstan or turret lathe, which brings the next tool into operation as the turret is racked to and from. Our Digital Depth Gauge features a small diameter round pin which makes it easy to measure the depth of smaller spaces, perfect for the application Howard Lewis was using it for. It was used to ensure the slot depth in the tool bits was correct.
For more information about our 25mm (1") Digital Depth Gauge featured, please click on the link or contact our Technical Product Specialist on 01992 455921.
(Credit: Howard Lewis, Model Engineers’ Workshop Magazine)