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    Hi Guys.

    Rapidturn has even made it to the far flung shores of New Zealand !

    I thought a thread of videos and photos and Rapidturn related information would be useful.

    I start the ball rolling with an unpacking and inspection video - more to follow.

    Please post any videos you can to this thread.

    Cheers Keen



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    This will be nice! I see so little real life use of this tool.
    Thanks keen! I know it takes time and effort to make the videos.



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    I don't recall if I posted this or not:


    Threading is 20 tpi at 600 rpm. The actual threading starts at about 2:00 in the video.



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    Looks good.

    I recommend you put a small chamfer on the end of your part before you start threading.

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    Yes. I would always do so on a manual lathe but I was anxious to play with my new toy!



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    Quote Originally Posted by mountaindew View Post
    This will be nice! I see so little real life use of this tool.
    Thanks keen! I know it takes time and effort to make the videos.
    Thanks - Here is part 2...





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    Sweet. Will the RT work as a continual 4th axis? Looked like it can index.



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    The RT motor is powered by the spindle VFD. I suppose that you could add another VFD without program control but that is certainly not the intended mode of operation. Indexing is with manually selected detents.



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    Quote Originally Posted by kstrauss View Post
    Yes. I would always do so on a manual lathe but I was anxious to play with my new toy!
    yeah, I was guessing that was a "cool look how easy this is" kind of part.

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    Yikes! 7.5 Richter scale earthquake last night.

    I think my one can be renamed RapidShake.

    No major damage - just stuff fallen over or on the floor as far as my sleep deprived brain can see.

    Keen



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    your lucky you are in wellington it was worse over here in Blenheim.

    <img src="https://ivxo1q-dm2305.files.1drv.com/y4mENMmTr_Cabc7pR0FUdB6gtbADq2JbuG4_rGy0eBQvLJx19pTi6TqMUIJN0xgOyDIc0gWoxYhS38HpbSTFGdfaK-o42IOU6jczrhDpfpCOTNGL1X6hvZCbgj0y35gqmq1YGTrWwShYGV-C7lXA2esy0Pi_WfnBSyroDLSGXwce4uSr1U7op7srdi78rispHCa_K4aFlTlJPVkkNWMfgh_Tg?width=60&height=60&cropmode=none" width="60" height="60" />

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    Quote Originally Posted by daniellyall View Post
    your lucky you are in wellington it was worse over here in Blenheim.
    Glad your OK!

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