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If I could offer you an air operated, visually guided drilling machine, would it be a benefit to you ?
It drills upwards.
Cheers Andy
 

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I am intrigued to see what the machine is.
 

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When you say it drills upwards, how do you go about positioning the many locations needed for internal cuts with accurracy or indeed comfort if you have a lot to do?
 

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I don't need such a device but I really want to see what it is you have found and are teasing us about! :)
 

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Droogs":3qg00hsl said:
When you say it drills upwards, how do you go about positioning the many locations needed for internal cuts with accurracy or indeed comfort if you have a lot to do?
Well it's quite a specialised machine which projects a magnified image on to a screen with target grid.
Line up hole position on target, press pedal and Bobs your top kitchen manufacturer.....
Pictures ain't the best but.....
(Ignore dark bar across pic)
 

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AndyT":4x72txtw said:
I don't need such a device but I really want to see what it is you have found and are teasing us about! :)
Whaaat! Perfect accompaniment for the vintage scroll saw owner :wink:
 

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looks rather intriguing, in a very 50's scifi kind of way. Are you going to do a vid of it running? would be cool to see
 

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Looks like a printed circuit board drill. Would use 3mm shank carbide drills and run at very high speeds to drill 0.5 to 1mm diameter holes in fibreglass board.
 

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Myfordman":2m4t1i35 said:
Looks like a printed circuit board drill. Would use 3mm shank carbide drills and run at very high speeds to drill 0.5 to 1mm diameter holes in fibreglass board.
Spot on that man =D>
Do you want it?
I'm thinking it would make a great drilling machine or even (if adapted with the right cutters) a router table?
Cheers Andy
 

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