Remise en état Emco Unimat 3

Papynano
Papynano
Compagnon
15 Juil 2009
1 384
Savoie
Hello

On the previous page (3) of this discussion thread you have the plan of all the parts of the Kit.For the sprockets I bought steel sprockets but they also sell plastic it is module 1 some must be double see triple it is the case for small to 25 teeth.

I made some modifications two plates for the cascade of pinions I take them in sandwiches so that they stay in line.

The pinion to reverse the rotation of the lead screw relative to the spindle is the subject of a small modification but nothing very important

look at the photos to better understand. I did this so that the sprockets did not work on the tip of the teeth every time it fed hard.

Bonjour
A la page précédente (3) de ce fil de discussion tu as le plan de toutes les pièces du Kit.Pour les pignons j'ai acheté des pignons en acier mais ils en vendent également en plastique c'est du module 1 certains doivent être double voir en triple c'est le cas pour les petits à 25 dents.
j'ai apporté quelques modifications deux plaques pour la cascade de pignons je les prends en sandwichs pour qu'ils restent bien en ligne.
Le pignon pour inverser la rotation de la vis mère par rapport à la broche fait l'objet d'une petite modification mais rien de bien important
regarde les photos pour mieux comprendre. J'ai fait ça pour que les pignons ne travaillent pas sur le bout des dents à chaque fois il engraine bien à fond.
 
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MikeS
Nouveau
7 Jan 2021
6
Northampton UK
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On the previous page (3) of this discussion thread you have the plan of all the parts of the Kit.For the sprockets I bought steel sprockets but they also sell plastic it is module 1 some must be double see triple it is the case for small to 25 teeth.

I made some modifications two plates for the cascade of pinions I take them in sandwiches so that they stay in line.

The pinion to reverse the rotation of the lead screw relative to the spindle is the subject of a small modification but nothing very important

look at the photos to better understand. I did this so that the sprockets did not work on the tip of the teeth every time it fed hard.
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Hi Jean Noel,
Many thanks for the details.
Yes, I have seen the pictures you posted. DO you have a full list of the pinion gears that I would need to get to make this work?
Also do you have a print of the method of using the pinions to make the various threads?
Thank you very much for the help you offer me.
Mike.
 
Papynano
Papynano
Compagnon
15 Juil 2009
1 384
Savoie
Good evening, the list is here on this plan, there is the possibility of having nylon sprockets instead of steel.

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MikeS
Nouveau
7 Jan 2021
6
Northampton UK
Hi Jean Noel,
Thank you for all of this.
I will now research where I can find these parts.
Have a great day.
Mike.
 
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