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    Hello I me call(appeal) vincent I am of norkerque in France I have a project I am going to have a seig c0 which I am going to put in CNC for the manufacturing of ballcock of peche I have 37 years old to marry and 1 child

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    Probably better if you post in French then we will be able to under stand better. Or at least translate better.

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    Welcome to the forum Vincent!

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  6. #4
    Bonjour Vincent

    You want to use your machine to make something to do with fishing?
    If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:

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    oui mon projet a un rapport avec la pêche
    voila je suis compétiteur depuis quelque année dans un club et j'ai remarquer qu'il me fallait beaucoup de ligne de pêché pour parer a toute les situation dans les concours
    les ligne il faut les faire en double voir en triple avec des longueurs différente 2metre 2metre50 3metre et jusques 4metres50 avec des grammages différent de 0.20 gramme a 2 gramme et des formes différente style boule, olive, éfilé ,poire,bouteille
    hé bien tout sa ,sa coûtes cher quand le flotteur est 2euros 50 pièces
    je mettais fabriquer un petit tour avec une dremel mais le résultat n’était pas assez satisfaisant trop irrégulier alors je saute le cap
    je me vais me commander se petit tour
    C0 Baby Lathe - Arc Euro Trade
    que je vais mettre en CNC
    le soucis c'est que je ne suis pas très fort en informatique la je travaille sur galaad pour apprendre a me servir des programmes et j'attend d'avoir le tour pour voir avec quelle moteur pas a pas je vais l'equiper est aussi avec quel carte
    d'ou ma présence sur les forums pour recueillir toute les infos et les idées que l'on pourrai m'apporter
    ce tour servira a tourné que du balsa ou quelque petite pièce en laiton
    voila en espérant ne pas avoir était trop long
    bonne fêtes de fin d'année

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    Ok if my translation is good you would like to build a machine to help set up multiple 'rigs' for your clubs fishing poles? You would also like to make the 'floats' for these rigs. Am i correct?

    My French is not good even though we spend a lot of time near Chinnon.
    If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:

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    You would be better going to a larger lathe, The C0 isn't really suitable for CNC without a lot of work.
    There are some guys making floats on C3's and SC3's all automated with bar feed etc.
    John S -

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    He might even be better using a multi line forth axis on a router. single drive and have a row of fixtures to do few at a time? with the materials he will be using he could get away with small DC motors as the cutter heads?
    If the nagging gets really bad......Get a bigger shed:naughty:

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    Modern floats are done in a high density foam, it's ground to shape with diamond coated type slitting saws as it cannot be turned without breaking up.
    Making the older wooden floats is too slow, The C3's I posted about turn out over 1,000 floats per day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2e0poz View Post
    He might even be better using a multi line forth axis on a router. single drive and have a row of fixtures to do few at a time? with the materials he will be using he could get away with small DC motors as the cutter heads?
    I tried to help a guy with one of those Chinese 3020 shitters who wanted to do that but it was just too long winded and pointless.

    John's suggestion is the best way by far from what I've learned.

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