Home Shop Machinists Podcast – Episode 22 – Fixtured Beer and Electro Dance Music

To confirm that we indeed are back to recording semi regularly here is another episode!  We would like to specifically thank Stefan for our very on topic podcast title!  Also many thanks to Magnus / Philter for the very brief soundbite intro (track was Sunrise from Queen of Crows).  Checkout Philter’s latest album here: https://Philter.no

Just a few of things we talk about (in no particular order):

All that and much more for another 2+ hour episode!

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Max’s website: The Joy of Precision and also his Youtube channel:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdMt_havo3BxZJscvRCOGcw Max’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joyofprecision/.  Also be sure to check out Max’s Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/joyofprecision

Stefan Gotteswinter website: http://www.gtwr.de/  and also his Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/syyl  Stefan’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stefan_gtwr/.  Stefan is also on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/stefangtwr

Justin’s Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/thecogwheel  Justin’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecogwheel/.

4 thoughts on “Home Shop Machinists Podcast – Episode 22 – Fixtured Beer and Electro Dance Music

  1. Gents: I suggest a helical coupling for the pinion mill! They are readily available due to the 3D printing industry. They are silent and don’t have any slop. Note that I say slop, as they do have a bit of elastic windup, depending on the design.

    On the EDM side, I designed and built a home EDM unit many years ago. In my typical fashion, its over the top 😉 I designed a switching current source for it(essentially a switching power supply with a constant current output where the set current is turned on and off rapidly). I used a stepper for the electrode feed, with adjustable reference voltages for “go up” and “go down”. A modern design could be easily made from an Arduino brain and a little stepper driver. My experience is that EDM is done with oil, rather than DI water. If you have any conductivity in the water you move toward electrochemical etching/machining. Which is a cool process too!

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  2. OiOi Lads,
    Just catching up on the podcast.
    Other than the History of Rome yours is the second podcast and first machining podcast I listened to. It is still the best. Season 2 is even better than the first.
    Love your work.
    Cheers
    Franky

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