Using Tree taper boring head on the milling machine to bore tapered holes for a rack to hold my Cat 40 tool holders.
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Great synopsis of the video by brs_workshop
• Shot of mill and toolholders in drawers
• Designing racks from leftover materials around the shop
• Using a 'universal' protractor bevel to measure the taper
• Calculating the angle from the protractor reading. Calculator used is a HP48GX. These are out of production but enjoy a following. The program shown is not standard on a Ti-8x series. The 48GX is quite expensive used. The 48G is easy to find and usually inexpensive by comparison (check ebay).
Amazon link: (48GX used) https://www.amazon.com/HP-HP48GX-Expandable-Graphic-Calculator/dp/B00004TFKZ/
• Rob proceeds to do the closest thing to carpentry we're likely see on this channel.
• Mechanical pencil is probably an Uni Kurutoga. Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_pg_1?sf=col&fst=p90x%3A1&rh=i%3Aaps%2Ck%3Auni+kurutoga&keywords=uni+kurutoga&ie=UTF8
• Step drilling the holes.
• Overview of the Tree boring head.
• Looking at the custom carbide cutter.
• Modification of cutter to improve performance
• Chamfer Meister in use
• Using a low-angle chamfer in the mill. AKA Using a 5-digit mill with a $$$ insert cutter to approximate a $150 wood router with a $30 bit ;)
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