[Noisebridge-discuss] From wheel to pulley

Nir Lev nlev0nlev0 at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 00:29:55 UTC 2015


The illustration is how I mad the wheel, but I'll need to understand how to
build a construction like this (from 4:50) to hold the wheel above the
router /table saw.

Making Wooden Pulleys: https://youtu.be/OmGXE8dmn2g

Also, with the router, I'd need some help with how to actually clamp the
router to a hole in a wooden table /stable plank. I'll try to look for
guides for that next time I'm in the workshop (tomorrow and Tuesday).

On Friday, March 20, 2015, Torrie Fischer <tdfischer at hackerbots.net> wrote:

> 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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