Making A Lathe Chuck Back Plate

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  • Tristan Grimaux
    Tristan Grimaux  2 hours back

    21:50 porno

    • Adam Bumgardner
      Adam Bumgardner  1 days back

      Cast iron doesn't contract and expand as much as ordinary steel, same reason surface plates/master plates are cast iron

      • O obscurancy
        O obscurancy  1 weeks back

        I bet there is more hands and fingers

        • Jason Hendrix
          Jason Hendrix  1 weeks back

          The best way to find center of a circular bore with a shaper is to increase your tolerance until you're in spec.

          • Kirit vara
            Kirit vara  2 weeks back

            Gr8 work sir. I am having problems cutting UNF thared like 24,20,18,like fine thared

            • Graham Dawes
              Graham Dawes  2 weeks back

              Very nice. Trying to buy a made one you need to look in the UK for an old chuck with a backplate there are loads about now we are full of bust factories. . Then simply cut the diameter to the one you need for the new chuck.

              • Vince Dibona
                Vince Dibona  2 weeks back

                @18:03 - giggity

                • George Escaped
                  George Escaped  2 weeks back

                  chuck the 4 jaw into the 3 jaw...easy peesy lemon squeezy!

                  • Peter Impens
                    Peter Impens  3 weeks back

                    Hi Tony, Can you make a back plate L00 8" and ship it to the Netherlands? Pricing? Thanks Peter

                    • Tom Kitta
                      Tom Kitta  3 weeks back

                      That chuck currently sells for under 100 USD in Canada - 111 CAD to be precise and is the standard chuck for "Chinese". I have to make the 3rd back plate in my life - a D1-3 for a small lathe I just purchased. Maybe I do better then D1-6 back plates I made. One of these back plates is for 8" chuck that has the SAME threads as your lathe - I just have to recycle that back plate and put in a new one I make.

                      • Society Unplugged
                        Society Unplugged  3 weeks back

                        2:20 It's for vibration and cast iron will remain more precise over time. The latter maybe needs some explanation. When steel get's an dent or you'll fit in the lathe with an burr between the lathe and backplate, the damage has less consequences with cast iron than steel. With cast iron it's easier to file away.

                        • schummiehugo
                          schummiehugo  4 weeks back

                          HI TECH CHUCK.. THIS IS A H,S (0:10 ) this is no shit kids........match later ....25:56. HAAAAAAAAAAA !!!!.. ( it,s still shit ! ) hahahahaaaaaaaaaa.

                          • ROOFAKT
                            ROOFAKT  4 weeks back

                            150 to win.

                            • Matthew Combs
                              Matthew Combs  4 weeks back

                              the thing that gets about this is vernacular, like someone says 'i'll give clearance of one hundred thousandths' and at first i'm thinking 'oh so one hundredth thousandth or .00001' and they're like 'no, one HUNDRED thousandths, no th on the one hundred' and i'm like so 'you mean 1 tenth' and then get people that jump into fractions like 11/64ths or 3/16 or something equally annoying. Like holy shit I don't have all the goddamn fractions memorized and my digital measurement tools don't use fractions, just stick to decimals god dammit or fuck it let's just switch to metric already.

                              • Rob Adams
                                Rob Adams  4 weeks back

                                put a 90 degree x on the sphere then brake that down to 45 degree then between 90 and 45 degree marks measure distance.in between for alignment make mark at that point and center on cutting tool.

                                • J C
                                  J C  1 months back

                                  I've never machined anything on a standard lathe, though I have machined many, many brake rotors and drums on a brake lathe. 😄 More than once I've found myself cutting parts manually instead of letting the machine feed the tool across the face of the rotor. 😁 Yea, I was having fun lol

                                  • CAULEYJR
                                    CAULEYJR  1 months back

                                    They are made of cast iron becausex cast iron absorbd vibrations better than steel and it helps with harmonics when cutting.

                                    • Ben Boor
                                      Ben Boor  1 months back

                                      From my understanding, I was always told that cast iron was used because it helps deaden harmonics.

                                      • Robert Jordon
                                        Robert Jordon  1 months back

                                        lerning

                                        • aydin chevalier
                                          aydin chevalier  1 months back

                                          I love your works

                                          • DJH com
                                            DJH com  1 months back

                                            4:50 – Uri Geller couldn't even read an indicator dial...

                                            • neoplasmax
                                              neoplasmax  1 months back

                                              I feel like I started this hobby way too late in life.. So much can do on these machines and time it takes experimenting and trying different things plus research and watching vids, I feel pressed for time.. Also, this is not the only hobby...

                                              • Herp Derpington
                                                Herp Derpington  1 months back

                                                I have studied this video for over 3 years now and have reached the inescapable conclusion: If you had punched the stock with your first two knuckles instead of ring/pinkey knuckles it would have come out straight... HOWEVER, after watching your other videos I can safely say that imparting that much raw power would have also formed a black hole that would have ended all life as we know it. But I mean that's a totally acceptable price for a perfectly straight cut.

                                                • Tommy Chandler
                                                  Tommy Chandler  1 months back

                                                  Very interesting and educational...enjoy your videos...thanks

                                                  • Tom Herd
                                                    Tom Herd  1 months back

                                                    Question on MATERIAL used? I needed a back plate for my SB 10K lathe (bench lathe belt driven). I got a manufacture's back plate (old one used) and intended to cut it down to the size I needed. However, I found it was very difficult to turn down. Using a carbide insert tool when a cut was started the chip came off glowing red hot. Thus, I stopped at once. Perhaps a deeper cut should be made, but my lathe can not handle that, and I didn't want to harden the thing.
                                                    Do you have any thoughts as to what material it is made of. It is some kind of steel, but?

                                                    The end result is I started another back plate from scratch and will set this one aside rather than ruin it.

                                                    • Tom Herd
                                                      Tom Herd  3 weeks back

                                                      @XtreeM FaiL That is where I was going as well, and/or some special alloy steel. Thanks!

                                                    • XtreeM FaiL
                                                      XtreeM FaiL  3 weeks back

                                                      Tom Herd Hardened steel comes to my mind.

                                                    • Tom Herd
                                                      Tom Herd  1 months back

                                                      @Tommy Chandler I would rather have used cast, but the back plate I used was an original old one. Dumbbell idea is interesting, I may have to start looking around at some 2nd hand shops for one. Thanks.

                                                    • Tommy Chandler
                                                      Tommy Chandler  1 months back

                                                      I saw a video that the person used old cast iron weights (dumbbell type). That worked good, and old Tony said cast iron is really what they are made from..

                                                  • Shane Johnson
                                                    Shane Johnson  2 months back

                                                    Dude your a beast I’ve learned a lot watching your videos!! Subscribed!!!

                                                    • Jochem Bonarius
                                                      Jochem Bonarius  2 months back

                                                      Hi TOT, I have a challenge... I also want to make a backing plate, but for a 4 jaw chuck... that's just as big as my 3 jaw... the stock doesn't fit the 3 jaw. Unless I tape it to the chuck...
                                                      Any ideas how I can do it myself?

                                                      • 77racing
                                                        77racing  2 months back

                                                        Need content . Must know if Tony is alive. Much sad.

                                                        • JB
                                                          JB  2 months back

                                                          Making a Bridgeport mill cam ring. https://youtu.be/Kd8-oZ4se6k

                                                          • Michael Exman
                                                            Michael Exman  2 months back

                                                            more mutant fingers

                                                            • Alfie Gillies
                                                              Alfie Gillies  2 months back

                                                              You know what allways pisses me off about this bloke he keeps saying "this video is getting to long" no no it isn't

                                                              • Glenn Dube
                                                                Glenn Dube  2 months back

                                                                So I bought a lathe last week and it arrived here on the weekend (meaning I drug it here myself. Through a door and down some steps to get it out) and just realized it's the same kind of lathe ( Colchester right?) you have, Looks like the same model and everything. I had no idea they were so common as the guy I got mine from shipped it from England 30 years ago. it was advertised as an English lathe. What's it like? my lathe at the place I worked at was a giant lodge and Shipley but I only need small parts now and this one's in nice shape but with too small a motor

                                                                • Glenn Dube
                                                                  Glenn Dube  2 months back

                                                                  @This Old Tony yes that's the one. They are still in business and were able to send a manual. Since the electrics have been reduced to a simple on/off function with no reverse and too small a motor I have some work to do. Maybe a frequency drive. In reeed to make springs, super slow would be nice... ahhb spoke too soon. Colchester wrote back and sent a new manual, mines actually a Master 6.5 x 36

                                                                • This Old Tony
                                                                  This Old Tony   2 months back

                                                                  yep Colchester student. congrats!

                                                              • GK Production
                                                                GK Production  2 months back

                                                                Who the he’ll is Stefan?

                                                                He seems a pretty laid back guy!
                                                                Good vid! I might go ahead and have a try myself making one of these!

                                                                • Society Unplugged
                                                                  Society Unplugged  3 weeks back

                                                                  Watch some more TOT video's and you'll notice that Stefan Gotteswinter (and Adam Booth) are Tony's YT friends.

                                                              • Luke Wilkes
                                                                Luke Wilkes  2 months back

                                                                I love that with the comedy I still learn something
                                                                Love your vids

                                                                • jefke12321
                                                                  jefke12321  2 months back

                                                                  3:05 love the magic of video editing XD

                                                                  • ss
                                                                    ss  2 months back

                                                                    WOW! That's amazing, Tony. They don't teach that in trade school. 03:09

                                                                    • Tomislav Farkas
                                                                      Tomislav Farkas  2 months back

                                                                      i am a profesionall cnc lathe worker and can tell you why your thread shutters, its because your 60° angle cut in both sides, normaly you would try to move -z a litte bit to only cut on one side of the material.

                                                                      • carabela125
                                                                        carabela125  3 months back

                                                                        Is that Mike ? Holding the mic ?

                                                                        • Adam Luka
                                                                          Adam Luka  3 months back

                                                                          it was so nice and fun , thank you for the Video

                                                                          • Mark Lowry
                                                                            Mark Lowry  3 months back

                                                                            Adam Booth would have a stroke at the thought of eyeballing a keyway and calling it good enough 🤣

                                                                            • Karlo098
                                                                              Karlo098  3 months back

                                                                              what is the outro song called

                                                                              • Gamblor
                                                                                Gamblor  3 months back

                                                                                I feel pre-press.

                                                                                • Juan Ar
                                                                                  Juan Ar  3 months back

                                                                                  That is talent.

                                                                                  • tuge saurus
                                                                                    tuge saurus  3 months back

                                                                                    this video got good music I´ like it!!

                                                                                    • james LANDERS
                                                                                      james LANDERS  3 months back

                                                                                      Belly laughed pretty hard when you brought in that third hand for the thread wires like it was no big deal. love this channel.

                                                                                      • ExpertMinecraft
                                                                                        ExpertMinecraft  3 months back

                                                                                        I wanna see it at 150 strokes per minute

                                                                                        • Joseph Smith
                                                                                          Joseph Smith  3 months back

                                                                                          Thanks again, I like your honesty when things don't go exactly to plan

                                                                                          • Ed’s World
                                                                                            Ed’s World  3 months back

                                                                                            13:17 is that what Old Tony looks like?