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« Reply #375 on: June 11, 2017, 10:58:19 AM »

Thanks to all  Smiley

Meanwhile, I have build a gauge to smooth the tread of the small wheels.
Just as here being planned, it worked:
From an 8.0 mm aluminum rod material was removed by turning to 7.0mm in the front region, an 0.8mm and a 2.5mm hole was centered recess drilled.
The 0.8mm hole was drilled with an 1.0mm tap.
Four 1.5mm holes at a distance of 2.3 mm (calculated from the middle) were drilled also. From hole to hole the rod was rotated 90 °.


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Into two of the outer holes 1.5 mm brass pins are inserted. An 1.0mm screw fixed all centrally.
After that I was able to turn the outer surfaces.

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« Reply #376 on: June 11, 2017, 12:58:29 PM »

Another adequate development. -- Russ
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« Reply #377 on: February 14, 2018, 02:27:14 PM »

The last few months, I didn´t handle on model building.
I had another construction site.
A new milling machine was purchased as a pre-assembled part set.
I had reported at the Buntbahn Forum about it. Post from 2017/07/06 click Please us Google translation, if you want.

Soon I will continue to build my models ☺
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« Reply #378 on: February 14, 2018, 08:27:09 PM »

Good to hear you will be resuming model work soon!
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« Reply #379 on: February 15, 2018, 01:32:19 PM »

I was wondering where you were .... -- Russ
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« Reply #380 on: April 15, 2018, 01:20:29 AM »

At the moment I am using the milling-free time to draw what has remained lying around, so that the milling machine will soon get something to do again.
It has already passed a few days, where I had last worked on the old port crane. ( Contribution from 2012/08/06 )


From the boom of the old Münzel crane, unfortunately, I have only a few photos, which can only guess the rough dimensions.

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Münzel-Kran_Lauenburg (Copyright W.Hinsch-LEA)


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Münzel-Kran_Lauenburg (Copyright W.Hinsch-LEA)

The search on the Web revealed a few images of old harbor cranes that revealed a few more details, e.g. hier. A wonderful archive of historical pictures!

So I'll try to construct the job as best I can.

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I borrowed the black background sketch in the above picture in the German eisenbahn magazin 82/3 and scaled it to 1: 22.5.

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« Reply #381 on: April 16, 2018, 10:53:23 PM »

hi Frithjof.
how are you I went through the photo reference on Hamburg I really enjoyed it cheers Kim.
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« Reply #382 on: April 18, 2018, 06:12:30 PM »

Nice. I like the look of that crane. It will make an interesting model.
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« Reply #383 on: April 29, 2018, 03:02:09 AM »

Hi Frithjof,

Crazy stuff!

What is the brand of lathe that you use? Proxxon?

Franck

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« Reply #384 on: April 29, 2018, 04:20:45 AM »

Brilliant work as usual.

The photos on the site where you introduced the new milling machine need no translation.  They are very easy to follow and illustrate how you do things quite well.   

Can you please tell us who is the manufacturer of the new milling machine?
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« Reply #385 on: May 03, 2018, 02:29:46 PM »

@ Kim & @ Ray
Cranes have always been my favorite - especially the old ones

@Franck
My lathe came from this company: click

@Lawton
The manufacturer of the my new milling machine P1: EMS-Möderl



About 1 1/2 years ago I searched for large gears for the winch of the lifting bridge (post #314). 

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I got from Karl Heinz a reference to a Polish company that Cogwheels produces gears to order. Within a few days I had several neatly made small parts lying in front of me - and at a super price!

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The production of the large wheel with 43.43mm diameter has been postponed several times. First, no material was available in the required diameter, then the new machine, which should make the production was not set up ... on my last request, I got unfortunately no answer.
Then by chance I came to a 3D print of this gear, but in plastic.
It worked with the existing smaller brass gears. However, I was not sure how the plastic would endure a permanent load on the fairly small teeth. So the parts remained lying in the box once. Wink Wink

After my positive brass casting experience with Shapeways, I then dared - today came the highly polished part of the post.

In the comparison with the plastic part can be seen in the brass version of the gear tips slight rounding. I suspect that the hand polishing has broken the tips a bit.
Since the gears mesh well, I assume a safe operation on the finished winch.

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« Reply #386 on: May 04, 2018, 11:00:16 AM »

Thanks for the link to the mill.
Another question.  Which CAD software do you use?
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« Reply #387 on: May 18, 2018, 08:08:29 AM »

Hi Lawton,
it´s Inventor®: please look here
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