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Old 03-10-2019, 06:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have been looking at the oneway drill wizard to use for cross drilling. I have a jet 1221 vs lathe. The oneway seems to use a one inch post size. Is there a 5/8 inch post version?

If not, what system do you use for cross drilling. I want to do it in conjunction with my lathes indexing.


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Ed (Yo Yo Spin) used to be a member here and he used on to do some pens and various other items with it. Inlay Turnings

No it does not come with a smaller post and at times many times it is too long and needs to be cut down. Not all drill motors fit in it. I believe the 1220 is too short to use this because it can not get to centerline. I have one with intentions of using but my lathes are 1014 and 1220 and I believe I looked and it did not fit outside of the post will not fit. I was going to make an adapter to reduce to 3/4" but that would have raised it even higher so that was out. There have been people here who have made their own system and it worked. I would say do a search here for those. Many people use their metal lathes for drilling holes. I do not have a metal lathe and do all my work on wood lathes and can accomplish many different things.

I use a router and platform because it gives me alot more flexibility to do things. I not only can drill holes but also make slots for segmenting. If you want to read about my setup there was a thread in the segmenting forum titled My Jig. I warn you though that using a router is something you need to be familiar with. I am in fact doing a little tweaking with my jig because I will be making a few more pens with it in the near future. I am currently working on 5 pens and a project for my brother but it will be something I want to do before I switch from making pens this year.
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Thanks John

I will check out the thread with your jig. I have used routers in cabinet and trim work but not in this context.


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I just saw this. I ask the demonstrator if his lathe was a 1221. I have 2. I would like it for drilling holes around the blanks to full with crushed stone/powder. Thank you for the post and I will get back to you if he answers me.

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John types much faster than me, and is smarter. Thanks John.
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I will check out the thread with your jig. I have used routers in cabinet and trim work but not in this context.


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Here is the thread My Jig

There is many good threads in this forum if you are serious about segmenting. Worth looking through them.

Here are some examples of pens I did using that set up.
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If you want to read about my setup there was a thread in the segmenting forum titled My Jig.
Apparently I am too dumb to accomplish the search. I tried all of the methods I knew and could not get it to come up.

Maybe someone smarter than me can find it and post a link.
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Here are some threads on the subject in the past. I believe there is someone here who makes something for this. Do not know name.

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If you want to read about my setup there was a thread in the segmenting forum titled My Jig.
Apparently I am too dumb to accomplish the search. I tried all of the methods I knew and could not get it to come up.

Maybe someone smarter than me can find it and post a link.
I posted them for you. Read above post.
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