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Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by jimsehr » Tue 14 May , 2013 2:18 am

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I am going to make some more cubes with a ball in a ball in them. In fact I am going to try to make one with 3 balls in it. I don't know if I can
hand make the form tools small enough but it will be fun to try.

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Re: Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by Denford Admin » Tue 14 May , 2013 9:08 am

That looks great!
Done on a Viceroy ?
I guess you saw Dazz's post ?...http://denfordata.com/bb/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=2100

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Re: Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by bradders » Tue 14 May , 2013 14:14 pm

Excellent work.

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Re: Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by jimsehr » Tue 14 May , 2013 16:08 pm

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I'm just an old retired machinist so I don't have CNC lathes to play with so all these parts were made on a old Logan lathe and all tools were
ground by hand with a bench grinder and lapped on the Logan using grit from the grinder mixed with a little oil. And I made a fixture to hold
the 1 inch cubes.

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Re: Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by Denford Admin » Tue 14 May , 2013 16:14 pm

They look great but the photo's won't zoom on photobucket :?

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Re: Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by jimsehr » Tue 14 May , 2013 17:43 pm

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I don't know why Photobucket will not zoom pics. But you can go to my Photobucket site to see my junk. jims_03

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Re: Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by Denford Admin » Wed 15 May , 2013 8:53 am

I mean when I go into Photobucket and click the magnifying glass on any of your photos, they appear the same size as the original :?

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Re: Ball in a ball in a cube.

Post by jimsehr » Wed 15 May , 2013 15:24 pm

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I am having the same problem with Photobucket since I went with the new upgrade.

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