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From: email@example.com (Gibbo)
Date: 15 Dec 2002 16:36:49 GMT
Organization: AOL, http://www.aol.co.uk
Subject: Re: Core gapping techniques and general SMPS magnetics stuff
Winfield Hill wrote:
>> Chris Carlen wrote:
>>> It would seem very difficult to get it flat with a dremel tool.
>> Here's how I grind the center leg down using a dremmel. I can get
>> a surface that looks almost as good as a professionally ground leg
>> using the finest grinding disc.
>> The dremmel is mounted in the clamp from a rounter attatchment
>> (which has fine depth adjustment) bolted to the chassis.
>> | ||
>> | _______||<---Steel plate 5mm thick
>> | | ||
>> | |______\
>> | |\ <--- Grinding disc on dremmel
>> | ______| \ Poking through hole in plate
>> | | ||
>> | |_______||
>> | ||
> More detail on the router attachment - clamp - chassis stuff?
Dremmel do 2 router attatchments. One of them is a table router where the
dremmel tool sits underneath the platform and you move your workpiece round the
top. The clamp that holds the dremmel tool is removable and has a worm screw
for depth adjustment. This clamp is removed and bolted horizontally to a
platform (an old saw bench in my case). Then a vertical steel plate is welded
to the platform with a hole in it where the dremmel grinder disc protrudes. The
tool is horizontal at an angle of round 70' to the vertical plate.
The ascii diagram above is looking down on it from above.
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