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Started by Jan, October 27, 2015, 06:49:00 PM
Quote from: kb0rvo on October 31, 2015, 05:10:10 PM That is very interesting, Jan. You are knocking some of the dust off my mathematical archives. You are correct in that definition of point. However, welcome to the English language, the language of EXCEPTIONS. I am not saying you are incorrect, only that our language can be strange at times! Here, (I cannot speak for all English speaking places) we do not normally say the point of the finger but the tip of the finger. Yet, we point with our finger! In pointing, if only the tip of the finger was considered, it would be hard to figure out which direction was being indicated.
Quote from: Ken S on October 31, 2015, 06:24:37 PMJan,Your double ended "kenjig" (Shall we call it the "janjig"?) is very clever. Good job! This topic illustrates the power of a forum. When an idea is shared by interested parties, it improves. It is exciting! Keep up the good work. Incidentally, using the second end for getting the leather honing wheel for the same set up seems logical to me. Having one end for (example) fifteen degrees and the other end for twenty degrees would start to get more complicated and prone to error.
Quote from: Jan on October 31, 2015, 08:51:07 PMI can also offer calculation of the stone-support distance for arbitrary wheel radius and projection length. It is not easy to estimate it from the Dutchman tables, because it often requires interpolation. I am testing an Excel spreadsheet for it. Jan
Quote from: Jan on November 08, 2015, 06:30:25 PMKen, the most simplified version of an Excel spreadsheet entitled "KENJIG_wheel_support_distance_1" is available for download at the following address: https://www.dropbox.com/s/ypbtaxgycgoyls0/KENJIG_wheel_support_distance_1.xlsb?dl=1
Quote from: Jan on April 25, 2018, 10:05:57 PMYou are welcome, Fernando! I am pleased that it is useful for you. Please keep in mind that the script works for T7 machine only. Jan
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