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Re: RSG Mounting Problem
Original poster: "Jim Lux" <jimlux-at-earthlink-dot-net>
Look for a Vbelt pulley or a chain sprocket with the right shaft size and
screw/bolt it to the wheel.
What about the shaft and hub used to hold buffing and grinding wheels?
A drill chuck backwards (they have a threaded end, which you run through
your wheel and tighten the bolt on) and you clamp the chuck on your motor
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tesla list" <tesla-at-pupman-dot-com>
Sent: Sunday, January 11, 2004 12:23 PM
Subject: RSG Mounting Problem
> Original poster: "Ian McLean" <ianmm-at-optusnet-dot-com.au>
> Hi everyone,
> Anyone know where I can get a hub for a half inch shaft (cheap) that I can
> use for my tungsten SRSG? Only thing holding up it's completion. Prefer
> four hole connector plate on the end, and hollow all the way through, with
> grub screws. Having lot's of trouble trying to find something I can use
> attach to my 12" diameter, 1/4 inch thick HDPE platter.
> The motor spindle is 1/2" dia shaft with a flat down one side, ideal for a
> 1/2" holed assembly with one or two grub screws. I would prefer the hole
> go all the way through the hub for best alignment capability. Any ideas
> where I can get something like this anyone ?
> Oh how I wish I had access to a lathe ...
> PS: I am in Sydney, Australia.
> Thanks and regards