Tuesday, July 11, 2006

DIY Wooden Gear Cutting Indexing Jig

Wooden Gear Cutting Indexing JigHere's an ambitious and clever woodworker who made his own rotary indexing mechanism to cut large wooden gears on his table saw. He's combined parts from a 1940s remote servo, a car odometer, his own wooden box, a calculator, and a lot of ingenuity.

It's a lot of work, but an impressive result. There's other cool woodworking related stuff on Matthias Wandel's site.

Here's the link to the Wooden Gear Cutting Jig project page.

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