[Noisebridge-discuss] From wheel to pulley

Torrie Fischer tdfischer at hackerbots.net
Fri Mar 20 17:53:45 UTC 2015


Most router bits also have a bearing on them that prevents the bit from 
cutting too deep into the wood. In that case, you wouldn't need to nail down 
the disk at the right spot on the router table; you could just clamp it to a 
workbench and have at it.

On Friday, March 20, 2015 10:08:03 AM Winston Wolff wrote:
> How about combining the router with your idea,
> 	"Build a construction that wheel hold the wheel above the table saw, in a
> way that I will be able to rotate the wheel above the saw." See
> illustration attached. Get a piece of plywood, attach wheel to plywood with
> a nail, place on router table and rotate wheel up to router bit.
> 
> —Winston



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