Bob's Super Simple 4th Axis

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Kayvon
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Re: Bob's Super Simple 4th Axis

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It's an old thread, but a good one!

Here's a link to a ravioli rolling pin I made for my wife using the 4th axis. Lots of pictures.
http://perryprojects.blogspot.com/2018/ ... g-pin.html

I'm very pleased with how it turned out. Regretfully, I haven't used the 4th axis since then. The Ravioli Pin was the perfect project for it, though.

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Re: Bob's Super Simple 4th Axis

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Thanks for the link to your Raviroller!
I'm thinking of dusting off my fourth axis and putting it back to work.
Bob

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Re: Bob's Super Simple 4th Axis

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What are you making next, Bob?

Related to another topic I started, haven't you built a couple wooden clocks? I'm trying to figure out which designers to consider for my next one.

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Re: Bob's Super Simple 4th Axis

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I've built a couple clocks from Brian Law. I used Imperial measurements instead of Metric for all axles. Otherwise, his vectors worked well. I have not used wooden clocks for telling time. I just like them as kinetic art.
Bob

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