I have cnc machine with rotary head.
I recently took an early retirement from a office furniture manufacturer with a
position of cinncinatti cl707 laser operator.
I went golfing one day and being a "big boy" with a bad back was having
trouble squatting to tee my ball. Being the inventive type I decided to make a device to solve my problem.
My design included a device that not only will tee the ball but will also tee the ball at 3 adjustable tee heights using individual probes.
I will be applying for a patent shortly.
I joined CNC zone because I am looking for somebody, (preferably local) with a 4 axis router/mill with rotary axis to do some prototyping work for me and later possibly small run production until I am confident the product will "fly".
The part I need is made from 2" PVC pipe 4" long or 10" long if 2 parts are cut from 1 blank.
the cutout needs to be cut square with the center of the pipe.
I have Deltacad and can send a 2D .dxf of the part.
I am in process of training myself to do 3d modeling of the parts.
Any help will be greatly appreciated.
I'd be glad to help you. Send files and I take a look.
Mark Reynaert, President Mark Mold and Engineering MrMold@aol.com http://markmold.com
This coming from experience as I had to give up the game because of 2 back surgeries. I used to get others to put it on the tee and fish it out of the cup for me. I played a few more rounds like that, then I could not play at all any more. Golf is probably the roughest sport to play if you have back trouble, believe it or not.
Interested in quoting! Please send any dwg's you have to firstname.lastname@example.org Also the machine we have is a mill/turn. This means in one machine it has milling and lathe capabilities.