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==Content Needed!==
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Machine Shop wardens, tool-owners and users!  Make this page more awesome and provide content about the voodoo you do so well!
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== Bench Grinder ==
 
== Bench Grinder ==
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== Equipment ==
 
== Equipment ==
*[[Acer 1440G Lathe]]
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*[[Bridgeport Mill]]
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== Table of Equipment==
*[[Edlund Drill Press]]
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*[[Sanford Surface Grinder]]
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== Useful Sites ==
 
== Useful Sites ==
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====Nails====
 
====Nails====
 
http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/trade_ind_ed/woodworking_posters/Nails.pdf
 
http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/trade_ind_ed/woodworking_posters/Nails.pdf
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=== Technique ===
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==== Abom79's channel ====
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Adam doesn't skip over much, so if a project takes 4 hours of shop time, there are probably 4 videos, each between 30 and 50 minutes long. Gives a good sense of pacing, order of operations, and general flow of work. For someone who's new to machining, this can be helpful:
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https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw3UZn1tcVe7pH3R6C3Gcng
  
 
== Trash ==
 
== Trash ==
 
* Please don't throw sheet metal, copper, or aluminum away. We recycle these.
 
* Please don't throw sheet metal, copper, or aluminum away. We recycle these.
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[[Category:Zones]]

Latest revision as of 21:03, 12 February 2016

Zone Information
I3detroit-machineshop.jpg
Zone Name Machine Shop
Zone Slogan "I'm a lame zone with no slogan"
Zone Coordinator(s) Brandon Biller
Zone E-mail
Map Area I
Zone Color Blue


Bench Grinder

Safety Notes

  • Do not use the bench grinder on aluminum as the aluminum flakes can trap heat in and cause the wheel to fracture.
  • Do not cut off any piece of your body

Equipment

Table of Equipment

Equipment Authorization Owner(s) Status
Acer 1440G Lathe Yes Nate BezansonTJ CookBrian WennbergAaron D Running
Bridgeport Mill No i3Detroit Running
Dake Band Saw No i3Detroit Running
DoAll DBW-1 Bandsaw-Blade Welder No Running
Edlund Drill Press No i3Detroit Running
MHC Shear Brake and Roll No John Sugg Running
Sanford Surface Grinder No Running

Useful Sites

Virtual Machine Shop

Information on a wide variety of machining operations.

http://kanabco.com/vms/library.html

Information on Gears

Timing Belts, Pulleys and Metric Gears

Info from Stock Drive Products/ Sterling Instrument (SDP/SI)

http://www.sdp-si.com/web/html/reference_library.htm

Lathe Machines

Introduction to the Mini Lathe

If you know how a dog works with a face plate you may not need to look, but otherwise

http://www.mini-lathe.com/Mini_lathe/Introduction/introduction.htm

Fasteners

Fastener Basics

http://www.boltdepot.com/fastener-information/Printable-Tools/Fastener-Basics.pdf

Wood Screws

http://www.boltdepot.com/fastener-information/Wood-Screws/Wood-Screw-Diameter.aspx

Nails

http://www.glencoe.com/sites/common_assets/trade_ind_ed/woodworking_posters/Nails.pdf

Technique

Abom79's channel

Adam doesn't skip over much, so if a project takes 4 hours of shop time, there are probably 4 videos, each between 30 and 50 minutes long. Gives a good sense of pacing, order of operations, and general flow of work. For someone who's new to machining, this can be helpful:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCw3UZn1tcVe7pH3R6C3Gcng

Trash

  • Please don't throw sheet metal, copper, or aluminum away. We recycle these.