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#1 my65pan

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Posted 10 January 2012 - 06:37 PM

These are the coordinates by degrees that I used to cut my box cam. These go around the cam counterclockwise rather than clockwise like in the plans.

1 .925
36 .925
37 .9343
38 .9437
39 .9529
40 .9623
41 .9716
42 .9809
43 .9903
44 .9996
45 1.0089
46 1.0183
47 1.0276
48 1.0369
49 1.0462
50 1.0555
51 1.0649
52 1.0742
53 1.0835
54 1.0929
55 1.1022
56 1.1115
57 1.1208
58 1.1302
59 1.1394
60 1.1488
61 1.1581
62 1.1674
63 1.1768
64 1.1861
65 1.1954
66 1.2047
67 1.2141
68 1.2234
69 1.2327
70 1.2421
71 1.2513
72 1.2607
73 1.2700
74 1.2794
75 1.2887
76 1.2980
77 1.3073
78 1.3167
79 1.3259
80 1.3353
81 1.3446
82 1.3539
83 1.3633
84 1.3726
85 1.3819
86 1.3913
87 1.4006
88 1.4099
89 1.4192
90 1.4286
91 1.4379
92 1.4472
93 1.4565
94 1.4659
95 1.4752
96 1.4845
97 1.4938
98 1.5032
99 1.5125
100 1.5218
101 1.5312
102 1.5405
103 1.5498
104 1.5591
105 1.5685
106 1.5778
107 1.5871
108 1.5964
109 1.6056
110 1.6151
111 1.6244
112 1.6337
113 1.6431
114 1.6524
115 1.6617
116 1.6710
117 1.6804
118 1.6897
119 1.6990
120 1.7083
121 1.7177
122 1.7269
123 1.7363
124 1.7456
125 1.7550
126 1.7643
127 1.7736
128 1.7829
129 1.7923
130 1.8016
131 1.8110
132 1.8202
133 1.8295
134 1.8389
135 1.8482
136 1.8575
137 1.8670
138 1.8762
139 1.8855
140 1.8949
141 1.9042
142 1.9135
143 1.9225
144 1.9321
145 1.9415
146 1.9508
147 1.9601
148 1.9694
149 1.9788
150 1.9881
151 1.9974
152 2.0067
153 2.0161
154 2.0254
155 2.0348
156 2.0440
157 2.0534
158 2.0627
159 2.0720
160 2.0813
161 2.0907
162 2.100
210 2.100
211 2.0911
212 2.0820
213 2.0733
214 2.0644
215 2.0555
216 2.0466
217 2.0377
218 2.0288
219 2.0199
220 2.011
221 2.0021
222 1.9932
223 1.9843
224 1.9754
225 1.9665
226 1.9576
227 1.9487
228 1.9398
229 1.9309
230 1.9219
231 1.9131
232 1.9042
233 1.8952
234 1.8864
235 1.8775
236 1.8686
237 1.8597
238 1.8508
239 1.8418
240 1.8330
241 1.8240
242 1.8152
243 1.8063
244 1.7974
245 1.7884
246 1.7800
247 1.7707
248 1.7617
249 1.7528
250 1.7439
251 1.7350
252 1.7261
253 1.7172
254 1.7083
255 1.6994
256 1.6905
257 1.6816
258 1.6727
259 1.6638
260 1.6549
261 1.6460
262 1.6371
263 1.6282
264 1.6194
265 1.6104
266 1.6015
267 1.5926
268 1.5837
269 1.5748
270 1.5659
271 1.5570
272 1.5481
273 1.5392
274 1.5303
275 1.5214
276 1.5125
277 1.5036
278 1.4947
279 1.4858
280 1.4769
281 1.4680
282 1.4591
283 1.4502
284 1.4413
285 1.4324
286 1.4235
287 1.4146
288 1.4057
289 1.3968
290 1.3879
291 1.3790
292 1.3700
293 1.3612
294 1.3523
295 1.3434
296 1.3345
297 1.3256
298 1.3167
299 1.3078
300 1.2989
301 1.2900
302 1.2811
303 1.2722
304 1.2633
305 1.2544
306 1.2455
307 1.2366
308 1.2277
309 1.2188
310 1.2098
311 1.2009
312 1.1920
313 1.1831
314 1.1742
315 1.1653
316 1.1564
317 1.1475
318 1.1386
319 1.1297
320 1.1208
321 1.1119
322 1.1030
323 1.0941
324 1.0852
325 1.0763
326 1.0674
327 1.0585
328 1.0496
329 1.0407
330 1.0318
331 1.0229
332 1.0140
333 1.0051
334 .9962
335 .9876
336 .9784
337 .9695
338 .9606
339 .9517
340 .9428
341 .9339
342 .925
360 .925

#2 MikeinMn

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Posted 21 January 2012 - 02:21 AM

I just got my box cam cut out using your coordiates. Turned out great, thank you for posting them. I was surprised how smooth the cut was. It will take very little work to finish it.
Thank you for sharing this information
Mike

#3 my65pan

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Posted 29 January 2012 - 10:22 PM

I just got my box cam cut out using your coordiates. Turned out great, thank you for posting them. I was surprised how smooth the cut was. It will take very little work to finish it.
Thank you for sharing this information
Mike


Great, I'm glad it worked out for you too. It's kind of time consuming making all of those plunge cuts, but certainly better than a hacksaw and a file. :D
I just used a couple of stones and a gray abrasive wheel to dress the cam surfaces on mine, and then polished them up with a cloth wheel and some rouge.

Edit: I looked for your build thread, but didn't see it. Post pics please.

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Posted 30 January 2012 - 01:56 AM

Wish I'd of taken more pics during machining but I think I've only taken on or two crappy cell phone pics. I will try to post some pics of my progress. Its been about a year of working on them (building three cuz I foolishly thought it wouldn't take much more time but infact made 3x's as much work :lol: :lol: ) and now they are starting to look like gatling guns. Really cool when the parts all start coming together and fitting :shock: .
Each cambox took several hours to mill the slot but it was well worth the effort.
Thanks Mike




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