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Workshop Tour
 
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A quick tour of my model engineering workshop ' shed' were I do my stuff - Model engineering and Steam engine engineering with a lathe and a milling machine
Views: 3718 Ade Swash
A GUIDED TOUR OF MY WORKSHOP
 
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A GUIDED TOUR OF MY WORKSHOP ....... a quick look around my workshop and all of the wonders within - it is not spacious, modern or sophisticated - but it works for me :-)))) IF ANYONE WISHES TO MAKE A SMALL DONATION TOWARDS THE COST AND THE TIME THAT IT TAKES ME TO MAKE THESE VIDEOS - PLEASE USE THESE LINKS: https://www.paypal.me/keithappleton https://www.patreon.com/keithappleton .............. THANK YOU ........ PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE FOR LINKS TO MORE MODEL STEAM VIDEOS ON MY CHANNEL: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk ......
Views: 16832 Keith Appleton
WORKSHOP HAND TOOLS - MODEL ENGINEERING FOR BEGINNERS - PART #15
 
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IF ANYONE WISHES TO MAKE A SMALL DONATION TOWARDS THE COST AND THE TIME THAT IT TAKES ME TO MAKE THESE VIDEO TUTORIALS PLEASE USE THESE LINKS: https://www.paypal.me/keithappleton https://www.patreon.com/keithappleton .............. THANK YOU ........ PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE FOR LINKS TO MORE MODEL STEAM VIDEOS ON MY CHANNEL: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk ...... Workshop Hand Tools - Model Engineering For Beginners - Part #15 - an overview of some of the smaller hand tools commonly found in a Model Engineer's Workshop.
Views: 8885 Keith Appleton
Thompstone Workshop Engine
 
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Based on a general arrangement drawing that was in issue No4 of Model Engineer Magazine
Views: 709 MrJasonSB
Turning a Garage in to a Workshop
 
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This video shows the steps I have taken to turn a garage in to an insulated workshop. Next up I will be filling it with machine tools ready to work on Engineering projects.
Views: 59813 MrCrispin
Workshop Update
 
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A quick tour of my new workshop to show the progress up to now.
Views: 10794 MrCrispin
My Tiny Workshop
 
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Views: 155531 JohnnyQ90
A tour of my workshop.
 
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This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Views: 720 arthurhoulton47
Workshop Engineering
 
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Apprenticeships in Toolmaking and Fitting (MAMF), Career Traineeship in Engineering and Various precision Engineering programmes are offered in our Training Centres in Sligo and Ballina. Apprentices must be registered with an Employer before they start the programme. Learners on Traineeships participate on a significant Work Based Element module as part of their Course.
Views: 1477 SB
Setting up a compact Workshop on a Budget - 2014
 
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Hey all! I decided to put together a video showing how I turned a tiny storeroom into a fully functional workshop, using budget techniques over the years to build up my tools and set-up. Yes, it was a tiny hole in the wall. But not for long! If you're interested in getting involved with making projects then I highly recommend having a watch and adapting my setup to your own space and needs! As always please feel free to contact or comment with any questions or comments. Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss any future 3D Printing Reviews, Tutorials or Projects! --- Like what we do? Visit us at makersmuse.com for more information about Makers Muse! Say G'day to us on Twitter and Instagram @makersmuse Ways you can support Maker's Muse: -Want to buy a 3D Printer but don't know where to start? Get our eBook here! https://gumroad.com/products/NBvg/ - Support us on Patreon https://www.patreon.com/makersmuse?ty=h -Buy a T-shirt! http://www.redbubble.com/people/makersmuse/shop - By using our amazon affiliate links US - http://amzn.to/1Ym50j1 UK - http://amzn.to/1PJICdR Or a direct donation through Youtube And lastly, a BIG thanks to the community, and those who have supported us here at Makers Muse! ----
Views: 110887 Maker's Muse
A BUDING ENGINEER My workshop and some progress with my Elliott mill and lathe
 
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This is my Elliott machine that i have been given and i have used for much of my early milling and lathe work
Views: 3985 dansrailways1
Home Workshop Engineering - Making a Frame Stretcher
 
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In this video a frame stretcher is produced for my 5" gauge steam locomotive. This component sits between the two side frames of the loco to space them correctly and hold them together. This particular stretcher also serves another purpose which will become clear in a future video.
Views: 14886 MrCrispin
A SIMPLE REPAIR TO A STEAM FITTING - IN THE WORKSHOP
 
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A Simple Repair To A Steam Fitting - In The Workshop to replace one that broke far too easily on a Stuart Number 8 engine that I reviewed a while back ..... IF YOU ENJOY WATCHING MY VIDEOS AND WOULD REALLY LIKE TO HELP ME BY BECOMING A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" TO HELP FUND THE PRODUCTION OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Models Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk
Views: 5821 Keith Appleton
Home Machine Shop Tool Making - Machining A Finger Plate Clamping Tool - Part 2
 
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Machine Shop Tool Making, Machining A Finger Plate Clamping Tool - Part 2, by Clickspring. A Finger Plate clamping tool is a valuable tool in any workshop, and is a great mini mill and mini lathe project. In this second and final part of the Finger Plate clamping tool build, I finish off the tool, by making the clamping finger, lifting screw and drilling jig bushings. Thanks for watching. If you enjoyed the video please give a thumbs up, and leave me a comment. If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring Project Plans available from the Clickspring Store: http://www.clickspringprojects.com/store.html You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D "Machinery's handbook": http://amzn.to/2pi7XE5 Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ Digital Calipers: https://amzn.to/2IkFh4O Dormer A190202 Jobber Drill Set, 1.0 mm - 6.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2DR5fdb Dormer A190203 Jobber Drill Set, 6.0 mm - 10.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2ITfeTa Blue Matador Abrasive Paper - https://amzn.to/2IAFiBT Loctite 231097 603 Retaining Compound, 10 mL: http://amzn.to/2pid6vR Abbreviated Transcript: 00:28 Anyway first things first, it needs to be marked out on a strip of mild steel plate. The symmetry of the part means that if I mark off the various dimensions along a center line, 00:56 I can then construct the rest of the shape using an engineers square and protractor. I must get around to buying some radius gauges for marking out. In the meantime, this washer will do the trick. You can see I'm opening up four holes. 02:21 The two outer ones are for later threading, and the two inner ones will form the end curves of the internal slot. 02:52 To make the slot, I started out with an undersized slot mill, and then once I had broken through, I moved the cutter closer to the line on each side, to bring the slot to size. 03:18 So thats the inside cutting complete, now for the edges. The band saw takes care of most of the waste stock. And I used the belt sander and filing machine to bring it closer to the line. 04:00 I've left it a little short of the line , to allow for a bit of finishing later. Now for those chamfered surfaces. First the depth of cut is marked out. And then its off to the mill. 04:45 This part is like the base; the surface of the raw stock is kind of rough. So I gave it a bit of time on some 240 grit paper, to clean it up and to leave a nice surface finish. And that's the clamping finger complete. You can see how it can be swung around the stud, to bring either end into use. 05:26 Now for the Lifting screw thumb wheel. This one was made very much like the clamping nut. I started with the knurl; trimmed off the end, and then drilled and threaded the center. 06:07 Once parted off, it becomes a bit hard to hold, so I used this cap screw as a mandrel, and did the rest of the turning while it was on that. I used a graver to form the dome. And then gave it very light touch with some emery paper. 06:45 A bit of loctite holds the threaded rod in place, and that's the tool basically done. All I need to finish the job, is a set of bushings for the cross hole jig. 07:08 Now the bushings are basically just a shouldered cylinder, with a hole drilled down the center, matching whatever size drill you intend to use for the cross hole. 08:33 I've faced off the end of the rod to have a look at the hole; As best as I can tell, its where it should be. The drilling feels quite stable, and the tool is easy to hold. 08:49 I can see this tool is going to get a lot of use on the belt sander and filing machine too. And if I'm working on something that tends to grab like brass, I can lock it down on the vise,and know that its going to sit tight. References: Finger Plate Clamping Tool books and plans (let me know if you are aware of any others): "Workshop Practice Series Number 31" Stan Bray http://www.teepublishing.co.uk/books/workshop-practice-series/ "Tools For The Clockmaker And Repairer" John Wilding http://www.ritetimepublishing.com/ "The Model Engineers Workshop Manual" George H Thomas http://www.teepublishing.co.uk/books/in-your-workshop/model-engineers-workshop-manual/ "Model Engineer Magazine" Edition Vol 104, Issue 2596, 1951 Commander W.T. Barker http://www.itech.net.au/modelengineer/ "The Machinist's Bedside Reader" Guy Lautard pages 88-91 Machine Shop Tool Making, Machining A Finger Plate Clamping Tool - Part 2
Views: 279582 Clickspring
Home Workshop Engineering - Fitting Horn Blocks Part 2
 
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This video shows the steps taken to fit home made split journal bearings as I progress with my 5" gauge steam locomotive.
Views: 17679 MrCrispin
ME Student Machine Shop
 
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A look into the Student Machine Shop in the Mechanical Engineering Department at UC Berkeley.
Views: 67562 BerkeleyME
A MODEL STEAM WHISTLE & VALVE ASSEMBLY - IN THE WORKSHOP
 
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A Model Steam Whistle & Valve Assembly - In The Workshop - In this video I am making a working Live Steam Whistle which attaches directly to a commercial Steam Whistle Valve. These items were bought from my friends at http://www.blackgates.co.uk ....... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL, OR EVEN MAKE A SMALL DONATION VIA 'PAYPAL" TO HELP ME MAKE MORE OF THESE MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton or ..... http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton There are links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk
Views: 7155 Keith Appleton
360 Deg View Small Backyard Engineers Workshop A Few Space Saving Ideas
 
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This is a view of my workshop when I first set it up. IT HAS NOW BEEN COMPLETELY CHANGED & UPGRADED. To see upgraded workshop and filming studio click on the link at the end of this short video.
Views: 4768 Steve Jordan
WORKING AT THE STEAM WORKSHOP #1 - MAKING A START
 
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Working at The Steam Workshop. (http://www.steamworkshop.co.uk) This is the first in a series about working in the "The Steam Workshop" helping to renovate and rebuild miniature Steam Locomotives. In this first video of the series I show what the job is all about and that a lot of patience as well as a good bit of experience really helps when it comes to restoring miniature steam locomotives to their former state and usually improving them along the way........... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY FOR BEGINNERS - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk.
Views: 20393 Keith Appleton
USING J-B WELD IN THE WORKSHOP TO REPAIR A MODEL STEAM ENGINE
 
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Using J-B Weld In The Workshop To Repair A Model Steam Engine. J-B Weld is a two pack epoxy mix with steel reinforcement and my use of this product can seen in the video. I have no connection with the company who manufacture this product and I paid full retail price for my pack of it. IF ANYONE WISHES TO MAKE A SMALL DONATION TOWARDS THE COST AND THE TIME THAT IT TAKES ME TO MAKE THESE VIDEOS - PLEASE USE THESE LINKS: https://www.paypal.me/keithappleton https://www.patreon.com/keithappleton .............. THANK YOU ........ PLEASE VISIT THE WEBSITE FOR LINKS TO MORE MODEL STEAM VIDEOS ON MY CHANNEL: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk ......
Views: 13614 Keith Appleton
HOW TO MACHINE A STEAM ENGINE CYLINDER - MODEL ENGINEERING FOR BEGINNERS #5
 
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http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton This is "MODEL ENGINEERING FOR BEGINNERS" a free tutorial series by Keith Appleton which covers most aspects of the hobby of model engineering starting with basic Lathe operation. This one shows how to machine a model steam engine cylinder. Full of useful tips & explanations.The series is full of tips for the amateur model engineer based on my many years of model engineering experience. The series is very easy to understand - designed for the complete novice beginner. IF ANYONE WISHES TO MAKE A SMALL DONATION TOWARDS THE COST AND THE TIME THAT IT TAKES ME TO MAKE THESE VIDEO TUTORIALS PLEASE USE THESE LINKS: https://www.paypal.me/keithappleton https://www.patreon.com/keithappleton .............. THANK YOU ........ For a Complete Playlist of videos on this channel, please go to my website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk
Views: 244966 Keith Appleton
WORKING AT THE STEAM WORKSHOP #4 - MAKING SOME MINOR REPAIRS
 
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Working At The Steam Workshop - Part #4 - Making Some Minor Repairs ..... There are only 3 repairs on the engine that I need to do, and 2 of them involve sheared bolts. One is underneath one of the tanks and the other is one of the bolts that secures the expansion link outer bearing to the motion bracket. The 3rd repair involves the handrails that run along the top of the side tanks - I need a better way of fixing them to the tank top covers ...... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY FOR BEGINNERS - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk.
Views: 12509 Keith Appleton
WORKING AT THE STEAM WORKSHOP - REPAIRING A REGULATOR
 
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Working At The Steam Workshop - Repairing A Regulator This is a "Winson" 7 1/4" Gauge Great Western Steam Locomotive. The regulator pipe was fractured so it has been impossible to perform a hydraulic test on the engine. This video shows in detail how I repaired and modified the arrangement slightly.... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP ME AND BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" IN ORDER TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY TO HELP BEGINNERS IN THIS FASCINATING HOBBY - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk
Views: 8510 Keith Appleton
Lathe Workshop for Beginners Part 1, Turning
 
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I am not an engineer by trade , all I know is self taught, the methods I show may not be the usual way to do things, but they work for me!
Views: 934257 myfordboy
workshop
 
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Model Engineering workshop operated by Brian Stephenson http://www.modelenginesbrian.com/
Views: 403 Brian Stephenson
Home Workshop Engineering - Machining an Artifact
 
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In this video I machine an aluminium replacement for a broken plastic object. Machining is carried out on the Myford ML7, and Bridgeport M head with the aid of a vertex dividing head.
Views: 116070 MrCrispin
MODEL STEAM FITTINGS AND WORKSHOP TOOLS - IN THE WORKSHOP
 
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Steam Fittings And Workshop Tools - In The Workshop - In this video I show various high quality model steam fittings that I use most of the time - with the address onscreen where the items can be obtained. I also show the modification of one of the items and this video shows the Silver Soldering process in action. Also at the end of the video is a useful Workshop tip...... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" IN ORDER TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY TO HELP BEGINNERS IN THIS FASCINATING HOBBY - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk.
Views: 6178 Keith Appleton
Gear Cutting
 
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Here is the end of this series the cutting of the gears. It worked out very well I was happy with results. The website I got the Idea to make the gears came from "Model Engineer Workshop" I typed in C6 Lathe thread cutting and the information is there. Hope you enjoyed it. thanks for watching.
Views: 68 Charlie Pace
WORKING AT THE STEAM WORKSHOP #10 - BUFFERS AND SUSPENSION MODIFICATION
 
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http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton Working At The Steam Workshop - Part #10 - Buffers And Suspension Modification ..... in this Video I shop how I refitted the engine's Buffers with the unusual over complicated fitting and then I move onto an experimental modification to the suspension system..... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" IN ORDER TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY TO HELP BEGINNERS IN THIS FASCINATING HOBBY - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk.
Views: 8736 Keith Appleton
THE STEAM WORKSHOP - LIVE STEAM TEST ON A FREELANCE LOCOMOTIVE
 
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The Steam Workshop - Live Steam Test On A Freelance Locomotive - This is a freelance design model locomotive called "Caledonian" and this video shows the live steam test. I explain the procedures involved and the reasons behind a few of the details of running a miniature steam locomotive...... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO HELP ME AND BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" IN ORDER TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY TO HELP BEGINNERS IN THIS FASCINATING HOBBY - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk
Views: 12228 Keith Appleton
Work Shop Tour - New Workshop
 
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I new workshop tour as we recently went from renting a house to purchasing a home. My new electronics workshop has internal dimensions of just over 8'x14'. I've only been in it three weeks and I have a done of wishlist items to get to, recommendations welcome!
Views: 17259 Charles Ihler
VINTAGE STUART S50 MODEL STEAM ENGINE RUNNING IN THE WORKSHOP
 
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This is a Stuart Models S50 Steam Engine running on the bench in my workshop. The Stuart Models S50 is a model of a typical small Mill engine used to drive machinery at the turn of the century. This S50 model is a very old engine and has done a lot of running. It is the type with the gunmetal cylinder - more modern ones have cast iron cylinders.
Views: 29684 Keith Appleton
WORKING AT THE STEAM WORKSHOP #9 - FITTING THE COUPLING RODS
 
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Working At The Steam Workshop - This is Part #9 of the series and I am fitting the coupling rods and the connecting rods back onto the engine. There are one or two problems with this and I show the problems in detail in this video..... IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" IN ORDER TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY TO HELP BEGINNERS IN THIS FASCINATING HOBBY - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk.
Views: 9521 Keith Appleton
Spare Parts #8 - Making A D Bit Single Flute Milling Cutter
 
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Making A D Bit Single Flute Milling Cutter, by Clickspring The 'D' Bit is a piece of old school shop tech that I absolutely love to use. They're perfect for profile milling cutters, countersinks etc. as demonstrated in this video. But they are particularly well suited to drilling very deep, straight holes. They are incredibly accurate, and can leave a surface finish that approaches what you expect from a HSS reamer - And that's from a shop made drill! This video is related to: "Spare Parts #9 - Making A Rectangular Bluing Tray": https://youtu.be/uST7iJgC_gs If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D "Hardening, Tempering and Heat Treatment (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2KbZo6l "Basic Lathework (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2twVNIU Generic Dial Indicator 0.001": http://amzn.to/2FOFTyF Interapid Dial Test Indicator: http://amzn.to/2FPInwH Norton 1-by-2-by-8-Inch Fine/Coarse India Combination Oilstone, Red: http://amzn.to/2tTEPb0 Saint Gobain (Norton) - 4 Arkansas Stones + case: http://amzn.to/2HCOAMX Kaowool 24" X 12" X 1" 2400 F Ceramic Fiber Insulation: http://amzn.to/2pfsM3d Abbreviated Transcript: 00:17 Now the term "D Bit" has a fairly broad meaning, and can be used to describe a wide range of cutters with a D shaped cross section, but in this video I'm going to make a milling cutter to form a V shaped groove in brass, so the geometry will need to be something like this. 00:32 Starting with this length of drill rod, the first step was to face it to length. The cutter I'm making has an included angle of 92 degrees, and I do need it to be dead on, so rather than rely on the lathe protractor, using a dial indicator to get it exactly right. 00:50 The better the surface finish on the cutting edge, the better the finish the cutter will leave on the part. 01:27 I remove the bulk of the stock using an end mill like this, and then rotate the work through 90 degrees to finish the rest of the stock removal, and create a recess behind the flat. This recess becomes quite helpful when sharpening the cutter, which I'll show you later. 01:40 With the flat just short of the half way mark for sharpening, the bulk of the metal removal is complete. A little bit of time on the coarse stone brings it even closer to the centerline, and also removes the burrs and tools marks in preparation for hardening. 02:01 A coating of boric acid and denatured alcohol, along with soft iron wire can help to reduce the oxidation scale that would normally build up during the heating process. 02:23 I used some emery paper to clean up the surfaces, and a quick test with an old file confirms the part is glass hard. At this point it's much too brittle to be of any use, and needs to be tempered. 02:36 Ideally I'd use a heat treating oven for this, but I don't have one, so instead I use the oxide colors as a guide. I heat it gently from the shank end, and let the heat slowly walk up the length of the cutter. 02:47 The oxide colors do roughly indicate the surface temperature, but I give it plenty of time for the heat to pass into the interior and transform the structure of the metal. 03:01 Emery sticks can again be used to brighte up the surface, and the cutter is ready to be sharpened, using the coarse medium and fine oilstones. 03:12 And you can see the recess ensures that the cutter naturally sits flat on the stones, so that the entire surface is being sharpened parallel to the axis of the cutter. 03:33 For one thing, quench hardened carbon steel can't compete with carbide or HSS, so I find its best to not be too ambitious with the depth of cut and feed. 03:42 And to be technically correct, a side cutting D Bit really should have clearance angles behind the cutting lip, much like an engraving cutter. 03:49 But it's difficult to form the relief angles for this sort of profile without a tool and cutter grinder, and in practice I've found that if I keep the feed rate modest, I can get away with leaving them out, without too much penalty. 04:17 They're particularly well suited to drilling very deep, close tolerance holes, and can be tailored to suit a specific requirement, for example in this case a square bottomed to the hole. 04:25 They're a great way to solve those unusual cutting problems that crop up from time to time, that might otherwise require spending money, on an expensive cutter. References: "The Model Engineers Workshop Manual" pg 94 George H Thomas The many forum posts on the subject of D Bits by John "Bogstandard" Moore Making A D Bit Single Flute Milling Cutter, by Clickspring.
Views: 1049784 Clickspring
WORKING AT THE STEAM WORKSHOP #7 - COMMENCING REASSEMBLY
 
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http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton Working At The Steam Workshop - Part#7 - Commencing Reassembly - The more interesting part of the job begins now - putting it all back together. This is a reload as I called the last video Part #6 and this is Part #7 . . . obviously a senior moment {:-))) This video shows the reassembly of the water pump followed by preparing the Horns in the freshly painted frames to accept the axle boxes. I also show how I cleaned up the suspension components.....IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON", OR IF YOU WISH TO SUPPORT ME VIA 'PAYPAL" IN ORDER TO HELP ME FUND THE PRODUCTION OF MANY MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST MODEL STEAM ENGINE TUTORIAL VIDEOS - MAINLY TO HELP BEGINNERS IN THIS FASCINATING HOBBY - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.paypal.me/keithappleton or ........ http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton There are also links to many more of my videos from the MainSteam Website: http://www.mainsteam.co.uk.
Views: 10098 Keith Appleton
Spare parts #9 - Making A Rectangular Bluing Tray
 
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Making A Rectangular Bluing Tray, by Clickspring It can be a bit hit and miss getting a consistent, uniform blue on long slender parts like clock hands. So I made a third component for the bluing tray set, to do the job right. Using a scrap piece of brass left over from the frames of the current clock build, I used a shop made D bit to mill some grooves so that it could be folded into the shape of a box. The other videos that this video is related to are: "Spare Parts #8 - Making A D Bit Single Flute Milling Cutter": https://youtu.be/jlNxvnOxMCE "Home Machine Shop Tool Making - Making A Versatile Bluing Tray": https://youtu.be/8h1Uf9bkc3E If you would like to help support the creation of these videos, then head on over to the Clickspring Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/clickspring You can also help me make these videos by purchasing via the following Amazon Affiliate links: Cameras used in this video: Panasonic GH5 - https://amzn.to/2rEzhh2 Panasonic X920 - https://amzn.to/2wzxxdT Tools & Shop Products: "Solidworks 2013 Bible": http://amzn.to/2FObS1D "Milling: A Complete Course (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2K2QZ97 "Hardening, Tempering and Heat Treatment (Workshop Practice Series)" - https://amzn.to/2KbZo6l Kaowool 24" X 12" X 1" 2400 F Ceramic Fiber Insulation: http://amzn.to/2pfsM3d Blue Matador Abrasive Paper - https://amzn.to/2IAFiBT Dormer A190202 Jobber Drill Set, 1.0 mm - 6.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2DR5fdb Dormer A190203 Jobber Drill Set, 6.0 mm - 10.0 mm x 0.1 mm Size: https://amzn.to/2ITfeTa YG1 NC Spotting Drill 8% Cobalt HSS 1/8 to 1/2" 120 Degree 5 Pc Set CNC Machine: https://amzn.to/2G7ylv6 Dykem 80300 Steel Blue Layout Fluid, Brush-in-Cap (4oz): http://amzn.to/2HGPaJJ Abbreviated Transcript: 00:03 This bluing tray set that I made in a previous video has been working well for bluing screws and other small parts. 00:20 Some of the blued parts coming up in the clock build in the near future, are quite long and thin, so a longer tray will be required when I blue them. 00:29 However the box shape would present a bit of a challenge at the soldering stage if it was made of separate parts, so I'm making it as one piece that can then be folded into shape. Now there a quite a few ways to tackle this job, but I thought I'd show you a mill equivalent of the super glue arbor you've seen me use so often on the lathe 00:54 I'm using this block of aluminium to hold the workpiece, and the first thing I'm going to do is give it a light resurface with this flycutter. The flycutter is shop made, and has quite a lot of mass in the disc, and generally gives me a smooth cut. 01:30 Acetone cleans off the surface, and a light coating of glue is enough to hold the part. Once the work is in position, pressure from the spindle holds it in place as the glue cures. 01:44 I can now machine all of the exposed surfaces in the one operation, starting with the perimeter. I've made this D Bit cutter specifically to cut the v grooves. Click the link if you'd like to see a video showing how this was made. 02:18 The cutter has an included angle of 92 degrees, which is going to help when it comes to bending everything to shape later. I also shifted the cutter across to take a final skim cut on the sides of each groove, to create a little more space for the solder to fill. 02:39 And as always with superglue, a gentle heat breaks the bond. The little corner pieces need to be removed before I can fold the box to shape, so I used a jewellers saw takes care of those, and then I tidied up the saw cut on the belt sander. 03:18 I set about forming it into the shape of a box, with some flux, silver solder and tying wire. Now that the brass is annealed, it bends easily without cracking, leaving a small gap for the solder. 04:30 The brass holds the box shape well when its cool, but it'll flex and sag quite a lot when under heat, so I used some soft tying wire to bind it all together for the soldering operation. A little more flux, and then a good measure of silver solder was placed into position, enough to form a decent fillet when it flows. 05:41 The corners came out quite close and square, but I decided it would be better to round them off, to match the curve of the bent edges. Then I took the part back to the mill, to form the thread for the handle. 06:14 Now the tray should lean comfortably on the handle when its sitting on the bench, so the feet need to be positioned slightly forward of the center of gravity to achieve this. Using a scrap rod, I decided on a pivot distance that gave a good result, and then formed the holes and threads for the feet. References: "The Model Engineers Workshop Manual" pg 94 George H Thomas The many forum posts on the subject of D Bits by John "Bogstandard" Moore Making A Rectangular Bluing Tray, by Clickspring.
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Workshop best find - The super awsome green trolle
 
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I took a trip to a model engineering auction a couple of days ago, I thought I'd update you on one of the best finds ever! I'm currently tidying the workshop and getting things organised and put away, stay tuned for the video of the box of hand tools! woodcraftbpw.com
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WORKSHOP TOPICS - PART #1 - FITTING A ROTARY TABLE
 
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Workshop Topics - Part #1 - Fitting a Rotary Table to my Milling Machine. This Rotary table was bought from www.rdgtools.co.uk to be used in addition to my old "Vertex" Rotary Table. It is designed so that it can be changed quickly from vertical to horizontal operation. In this video I show the product up close and find a few minor anomalies with it, but it is basically OK and after all it wasn't a very expensive item for what it is.........http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton IF YOU ENJOY WATCHING MY VIDEOS WHY NOT BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON". TO SUPPORT ME AND ALLOW ME TO MAKE EVEN MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST TUTORIAL AND GENERAL INTEREST VIDEOS - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton..
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Lathe Machine Operation
 
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A STUART SIRIUS STEAM ENGINE - IN THE WORKSHOP
 
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A Stuart Sirius Steam Engine - In The Workshop ..... This is a Stuart Sirius that I recently added to my collection. This is the first test of the engine to see how well it runs. http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton IF YOU ENJOY WATCHING MY VIDEOS WHY NOT BECOME A PATRON OF MY YOUTUBE CHANNEL VIA "PATREON". TO SUPPORT ME AND ALLOW ME TO MAKE EVEN MORE OF THESE SPECIALIST TUTORIAL AND GENERAL INTEREST VIDEOS - PLEASE GO TO: http://www.patreon.com/keithappleton.
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Piping | Pipe Fabrication Workshop Model
 
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