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Whether you are a beginning machinist or a seasoned veteran, there is always something new to learn. This website features a collection of machining oriented videos that range from basic machining practices used on the lathe and mill, to advanced techniques for those looking to further their skills. There is even a tutorial section where you can watch and follow along as projects are built from start to finish from furnished and available drawings. Don’t feel like learning? Then visit the links page for one of the most extensive collection of machining oriented links on the web. There is a lot to see here so dig in and explore, you just might learn something new!

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I see that traffic has picked up both on my YouTube channel and here, so it looks like people are starting to get back in their shops and are looking for something to do. Ever since I made the project tutorial on the Micrometer Carriage Stop, you guys have shown a lot of interest in the clamp type knurling tool that I used, so I went ahead and designed one and just finished detailing the drawings. It should make a very useful project and will be fairly easy to make since it only has four unique machined parts. It’s been a little painful getting back to this webmaster stuff after being off all summer, but I managed to build the page and get links posted to all of the drawings. Unfortunately I didn’t have time to shoot the first video, so that will come later in the week, but at least you’ll be able to take a look at the drawings to see what’s ahead.

Tom

 

 

Instructional Videos

A collection of basic instructional videos covering safety, the use of measuring tools, operation of the lathe and milling machine and the grinding and sharpening of tool bits and drills.Learn More

Project Tutorials

A series of video tutorials centered around useful projects that you learn by building. The degree of difficulty ranges from basic projects selected for the beginner to more advanced projects for the experienced machinist.Learn More