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  1. Making accessories can make the sander multi-purpose。
  2. Thank you for your attention and discussion. I won't answer all the questions because there's too much space. Make a brief description here: 1 The yellow cylinder is the limit slider. In order to prevent the production of manual planing force in the sliding process, and many parts need to be processed are effective stroke, under which there is a "thimble" needed to process parts, to prevent parts from offset processing. The left and right sides of the base are respectively provided with two adjusting screws for adjusting the tilt angle of the base slide block. 3 The idea is based on a hand planer, the model listed in No. 6 upstairs is not suitable; the Planer itself has two side panels that can be used to adjust height and push-pull time limits; 4 usually thin and long parts are machined, although it can be easily accomplished with accessories on a lathe, machining Polyhedra without power heads and indexing devices is extremely difficult, even if there are no accessories on the milling machine. And some deformations are uncontrollable, so using this design in special cases is a conservative approach.
  3. Specially designed for the processing of slender masts. The base can be angled to achieve the desired taper. The dividing head can adjust the number of Polyhedra as needed, and can also be used to planing and cutting cylinder by hand.
  4. Use for making rope cake. Different specifications of diameter and center hole, height, just to replace the head can be.
  5. I don't think there's anything for sale. I'll just have to make it myself. It's about meeting my own needs, and it's also about demonstrating my own design philosophy. Because I have a bigger milling machine, the only dividing head has been bought by a friend of mine. . .
  6. Miniature sine dividing head specially made for drilling and milling of Proxxon.
  7. The first is used to bind pulleys and hand-wound wires. The second type is specifically designed for clamping small parts of the welding。
  8. Thank you for the compliment. There is no best. Only better. . . This forum will also let me learn more。
  9. Hello. The pursuit of better is my model not to give up the concept. I have developed or copied and improved things without selling a lot of assistive tools. After all, I have been doing this for more than 20 years. I wouldn't go to a manufacturer for these things, because mass produced things aren't guaranteed, and only the designer can understand the parts of the structure that need to be precisely controlled.

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