Now the gears in the pic I cant copy exactly as this is a different scale, so I had to measure the gears in the pic and then count the teeth. The spec is written bottom right in that pic, to achive that tooth count and that overall diamete the gears quite conveniently needed to be Mod 1 pitch. So I bought a wide 28t, mod 1 gear that I can cut in half and use both sides.
next the recess needs to be cut, so back on the rotary table. you can see the gear cut in half on the right.
I'm speechless... wish I had access to such tools. And I wish I had the brains for that kind of math. And I wish I had my own small warehouse space to do this kind of stuff with all those material resources. This is truly Amazing; labeling you the "King of Customs" would be an understatement. Rock On!
You're a wild man! Way to take on a serious project and run with it. I personally love to do big projects, but what you're doing is way more hardcore than anything I do. Keep it up!
Mr. Furious: D-do you mean my secret identity? 'Cause I couldn't...
Monica: No, I just mean your name.
Mr. Furious: My name. Ummm... wow. Okay... It's... Phoenix... Phoenix Dark... Dirk... Phoenix... Dark Dirk. I was christened Dirk Steel and then I changed it to Phoenix...
Monica: Forget about it. It's okay.
Mr. Furious: It's Roy! That's, that's my name. My... my real name is Roy.
Monica: Just. Be. Roy. Okay?
Made 2 more little fittings, getting the hang of these now, 2 small pieces of rod, drill one 2mm and bevel the end, hold against the 2nd mark wher the hole is drill 1.7 tap M2, then drill through 2mm and counter the top 3.5 then add M2 hardware, everyone with me? no? good......
Me looking grumpy
milled a recess both sides then drill and tap to attach the aforementioned fittings.
got the plastic gears I said about
all fitted together, starting to look like a leg, made a plastic capping to sit on the joint behind the ..... thing....... you know what I mean, its been a long day.