Looks like a good idea to me.
As you say, its alot of numbers crunching to determine values.
Perhaps pendulum placed in front of a grid or graduated scale, then using a highspeed camera will reveal among other data, hammer speed, material deflection at failure, etc.
thats common thing in europe.
’Engineer’ is a skilled mechanical tradesworker.
”Diploma Engineer” or ”Dipl. Ing.” indicates university certification. Europeans often proud to display their social/academic rank.
Its commonly displayed professional title much like americans are used to seeing Dr...
If you plan to start out making a living at it, you’ll probably need to do more than just knives. In my case its knives, trinkets and architectural / decorative smithing, and recent years tapered way back on knife & trinket work.
Some may think its blasphemy. But we made FAR more money selling...
Great Phones !
I really enjoy seeing non-Western Electric stuff from the Bakelite timeframe.
Infact, several my knives over the years incorporate bakelite from broken phones into their handles or scabbards.
We dont line our coalforges. But one forge, I replaced its bowl after 15 years or so, and it was well used before we got it.
If you try backyard clay, dont mix sand with it.
Just lay it on, let it dry several days.
Even so, it will probably contain moisture. Slowly heat up its initial...
Great to see. Thats proper design.
Its SSRs is only for temperature control.
The lowpower doorswitch operates a two pole ”safety relay”.
As it should be.
Regardless of supply voltage, Both current carrying conductors are interrupted when the door is open.
The option’specs of that kiln simply state, ”The switch used for this feature is a true safety switch and is designed specifically for safety applications.”
In my professional life, I would interpret as that switch interrupts power source. But absent schematic or explaination from...
As mentioned, carbide drillbits.
I use StrongArm drill bits. They are used by locksmiths and safe specialists to drill thru hardplate inserts.
Just get the oil, speed and pressure right. They work very well.
Hello Motor Geeks !
I have a 2hp 3Ø 240-480V ninewire motor.
Problem is, its peckerhead was ripped out. All its wires are intact, but numbertags missing.
Its easy enough to measure resistances to determine the “Y” and secondary coils.
Any ideas how to determine which secondary coil belongs...