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Dec 3, 2007

 


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#35474 Dec 3, 2007

311.+shipping is the price I managed to cut down to... the more I make, the cheaper they'll be as it's easily understandable.



Regards,



Jose Canela







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From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Floyd Blue

Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2007 19:37

To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [Phishing] - [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock







Hi,

I missed the original thread on this system, so could you tell me what

the suggested price will be for the setup? I might be interested.

Floyd

--- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> , "jose canela" jcanela@...> wrote:

>

> Yes, you can regulate the ammount of pressure between the blocks

(the washer is there just because of traction). Also Pressure against

the worm wheel (I'm also thinking of adding one to lock it like it

were to press from the worm wheel). (In fact there's a sleeve with a

small curvature with is the "radius" from the pivot point in wich the

East block travels.)

>

> This is the way in which it will be easy and confortable to

adjust as accurately as possible in order to get smaller PE (although

this is specifically addressing guiding and NOT PE) since it is

intended to make PE smoother and therefore guidable...

>

> Regards,

>

> Jose Canela

>

>

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>

> From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

[mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of ecrins666

> Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2007 15:04

> To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> Subject: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

>

>

>

> Hmmm pretty esciting. If I read your pictures correctly one has to

> substitute the oiginal base of the worm blocks. The second point that

> comes to mind is that the blocks are NOT a single piece but you can

> regulate the amount of pressure of one block ressed against the gear.

> Is that correct? Do you have any tracking figures yet?

>

> Thanks for the effort, gimmi

>

> >

> > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with my cell

> just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some comments on

> the "why" of this slightly altered design from the RS Wormblock by

Rainer.

> >

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> >

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> >

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> >

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> >

> >

> > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and we're

> testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches so precision

> is as accurate as it can be).

> >

> > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind of

> teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price was

> supposed to be 332.'. but I managed to cut it down to 311.'.. If

> anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small how to to

> mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > Jos. Canela

> >

> > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the demand

> for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this let me

> know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the second

> production.

> >

> >

>

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#35475 Dec 3, 2007

Could you please tell me what "311...+shipping is the price " is in US

dollars?

Floyd --- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com, "jose canela" jcanela@...> wrote:

>

> 311...+shipping is the price I managed to cut down to... the more I

make, the cheaper they'll be as it's easily understandable.

>

> Regards,

>

> Jose Canela

>

>

>

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>

> From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

[mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Floyd Blue

> Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2007 19:37

> To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

> Subject: [Phishing] - [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

>

>

>

> Hi,

> I missed the original thread on this system, so could you tell me what

> the suggested price will be for the setup? I might be interested.

> Floyd

> --- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> , "jose canela" jcanela@>

wrote:

> >

> > Yes, you can regulate the ammount of pressure between the blocks

> (the washer is there just because of traction). Also Pressure against

> the worm wheel (I'm also thinking of adding one to lock it like it

> were to press from the worm wheel). (In fact there's a sleeve with a

> small curvature with is the "radius" from the pivot point in wich the

> East block travels.)

> >

> > This is the way in which it will be easy and confortable to

> adjust as accurately as possible in order to get smaller PE (although

> this is specifically addressing guiding and NOT PE) since it is

> intended to make PE smoother and therefore guidable...

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > Jose Canela

> >

> >

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> >

> > From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of ecrins666

> > Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2007 15:04

> > To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> > Subject: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

> >

> >

> >

> > Hmmm pretty esciting. If I read your pictures correctly one has to

> > substitute the oiginal base of the worm blocks. The second point that

> > comes to mind is that the blocks are NOT a single piece but you can

> > regulate the amount of pressure of one block ressed against the gear.

> > Is that correct? Do you have any tracking figures yet?

> >

> > Thanks for the effort, gimmi

> >

> > >

> > > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> > concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with my cell

> > just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some comments on

> > the "why" of this slightly altered design from the RS Wormblock by

> Rainer.

> > >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg>

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg>

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg>

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg>

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> >

> > >

> > > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and we're

> > testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches so precision

> > is as accurate as it can be).

> > >

> > > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind of

> > teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price was

> > supposed to be 332...'... but I managed to cut it down to

311...'.... If

> > anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small how to to

> > mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> > >

> > > Regards,

> > >

> > > Jos.. Canela

> > >

> > > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the demand

> > for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this let me

> > know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the second

> > production.

> > >

> > >

> >

>

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#35478 Dec 3, 2007

That depends on exchange rates of course... try www.oanda.com for more info. It's the way I do it everytime I buy something from the US.



Regards,



Jose Canela









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From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Floyd Blue

Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2007 22:00

To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [Phishing] - [Phishing] - [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock







Could you please tell me what "311.+shipping is the price " is in US

dollars?

Floyd

--- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> , "jose canela" jcanela@...> wrote:

>

> 311.+shipping is the price I managed to cut down to... the more I

make, the cheaper they'll be as it's easily understandable.

>

> Regards,

>

> Jose Canela

>

>

>

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> From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

[mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of Floyd Blue

> Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2007 19:37

> To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> Subject: [Phishing] - [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

>

>

>

> Hi,

> I missed the original thread on this system, so could you tell me what

> the suggested price will be for the setup? I might be interested.

> Floyd

> --- In Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> , "jose canela" jcanela@>

wrote:

> >

> > Yes, you can regulate the ammount of pressure between the blocks

> (the washer is there just because of traction). Also Pressure against

> the worm wheel (I'm also thinking of adding one to lock it like it

> were to press from the worm wheel). (In fact there's a sleeve with a

> small curvature with is the "radius" from the pivot point in wich the

> East block travels.)

> >

> > This is the way in which it will be easy and confortable to

> adjust as accurately as possible in order to get smaller PE (although

> this is specifically addressing guiding and NOT PE) since it is

> intended to make PE smoother and therefore guidable...

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > Jose Canela

> >

> >

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> > From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of ecrins666

> > Sent: segunda-feira, 3 de Dezembro de 2007 15:04

> > To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> > Subject: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

> >

> >

> >

> > Hmmm pretty esciting. If I read your pictures correctly one has to

> > substitute the oiginal base of the worm blocks. The second point that

> > comes to mind is that the blocks are NOT a single piece but you can

> > regulate the amount of pressure of one block ressed against the gear.

> > Is that correct? Do you have any tracking figures yet?

> >

> > Thanks for the effort, gimmi

> >

> > >

> > > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> > concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with my cell

> > just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some comments on

> > the "why" of this slightly altered design from the RS Wormblock by

> Rainer.

> > >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> >

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> > >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> >

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> > >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> >

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> > >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> >

> clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> > >

> > >

> > > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and we're

> > testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches so precision

> > is as accurate as it can be).

> > >

> > > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind of

> > teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price was

> > supposed to be 332.'. but I managed to cut it down to

311.'.. If

> > anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small how to to

> > mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> > >

> > > Regards,

> > >

> > > Jos. Canela

> > >

> > > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the demand

> > for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this let me

> > know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the second

> > production.

> > >

> > >

> >

>

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#35486 Dec 4, 2007

Claude,



there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) . This is another design I found to work better from my point of view. I only rely on facts and not theorizations of this or that since if they were true the original goods were good enough... and they aren't. The application of the JCW is based on some points



Easy assembly

Very High precision worm

High precision adjustments

Better guiding

Faster results



I'm absolutely sure that I could reinvent the wheel and someone wouldn't like it or get it so I'm doing this so people can have a choice. My mount doesn't even give me problems... That's one of the reasons I'm doing this, so everyone who does not have the patience to go down the lane I did still guides well and gets decent photos.



Regards,



JC



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From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Claude Hermann

Sent: ter.a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 3:44

To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock







Jose,



I am afraid I must agree with Rainer. It looks as if in this design we

still have the two separate blocks which still have the ability to

introduce mis-alignment into the equation. I would think that any

solution to the existing problems would necessitate a one piece

bearing/worm assembly. Where am I going wrong in this assumption?



The price doesn't scare me away, but I am a little lost in the design

here versus Rainer's original design. Please help me to understand your

design and it's application.



Regards,



Claude



--- Rainer rsbfoto@... mailto:rsbfoto%40rsfotografia.com> > wrote:



> Hi Jos.,

>

> Interesting, Sorry but I have to ask and it may sound harsh, but

> there is too much involved here as to make me spend US $ 450.00 which

>

> is not better as what I already have:

>

> . where is the improvement against what we have already ?

>

> There are still 2 separate blocks which are the evil of all our

> problems. I do not see nor have read about the fact if you are using

> thrust bearings or not.

>

> As already mentioned in another post the connection of both blocks

> via a traverse is the most important improvement and having that, you

>

> can even forget about having a floating arrangement. This means you

> can spare the base plate.

>

> With no traverse you will never be able to align the 2 blocks

> absolutely straight. Measuring against the 360 teeth dust cover and

> think the blocks are aligned, is a big misbelieve.

>

> The next evil is the allocation of the reduction gear and the

> misalignment against the worm axis. Using the traverse as the holder

> for the reduction gear will make it better to align the shaft against

>

> the worm.

>

> You should think about adding that traverse as well as the thrust

> bearings. Without thrust bearings you will overload any used ball

> bearing even if you use angular ball bearings. The pressure on the

> worm has to be significant in order to take out any axial play and

> that can only be done using thrust bearings.

>

> Why would you want to go down to 0,001mm ~ 0.00005" ? I do not see a

> sense in that. Better keep the 0.01mm ~ 0.0005" and better invest the

>

> additional cost for adding a traverse and 2 thrust bearings :-))

>

> Just my 1 One Euro to the whole matter :-))

>

> I have to admit that I like your base plate :-)

>

> saludos Rainer

>

> >

> > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with my

> cell just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some

> comments on the "why" of this slightly altered design from the RS

> Wormblock by Rainer.

> >

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg>

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg>

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg>

> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg>

> >

> > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and

> we're testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches so

> precision is as accurate as it can be).

> >

> > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind of

> teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price was

> supposed to be 332. but I managed to cut it down to 311.. If

> anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small how to

> to mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > Jos. Canela

> >

> > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the demand

> for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this let me

> know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the second

>

> production.

> >

> > geo.yahoo.com/serv? geo.yahoo.com/serv?>

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#35490 Dec 4, 2007

Hi Jos.,



I just read this answer from you to Claude where you wrote

> there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) .



:-)) Think about the thrust bearings :-))



I am not theorizing a bout anything :-)) I know what I am talking

about ...



You could have mentioned it in the first posts when presenting your

design with photos and you could have spared all the critics which

came later :-)))



saludos Rainer



>

>

>

> Claude,

>

> there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) . This

is another design I found to work better from my point of view. I

only rely on facts and not theorizations of this or that since if

they were true the original goods were good enough... and they

aren't. The application of the JCW is based on some points >

> Easy assembly

> Very High precision worm

> High precision adjustments

> Better guiding

> Faster results

>

> I'm absolutely sure that I could reinvent the wheel and someone

wouldn't like it or get it so I'm doing this so people can have a

choice. My mount doesn't even give me problems... That's one of the

reasons I'm doing this, so everyone who does not have the patience to

go down the lane I did still guides well and gets decent photos. >

> Regards,

>

> JC

>

---------------

>

> From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

[mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Claude Hermann > Sent: ter..a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 3:44

> To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

> Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

>

>

>

> Jose,

>

> I am afraid I must agree with Rainer. It looks as if in this design

we > still have the two separate blocks which still have the ability to

> introduce mis-alignment into the equation. I would think that any

> solution to the existing problems would necessitate a one piece

> bearing/worm assembly. Where am I going wrong in this assumption?

>

> The price doesn't scare me away, but I am a little lost in the

design > here versus Rainer's original design. Please help me to understand

your > design and it's application.

>

> Regards,

>

> Claude

>

> --- Rainer rsbfoto@... mailto:rsbfoto%40rsfotografia.com> > wrote:

>

> > Hi Jos...,

> >

> > Interesting, Sorry but I have to ask and it may sound harsh, but

> > there is too much involved here as to make me spend US $ 450.00

which > >

> > is not better as what I already have:

> >

> > ... where is the improvement against what we have already ?

> >

> > There are still 2 separate blocks which are the evil of all our

> > problems. I do not see nor have read about the fact if you are

using > > thrust bearings or not.

> >

> > As already mentioned in another post the connection of both

blocks > > via a traverse is the most important improvement and having that,

you > >

> > can even forget about having a floating arrangement. This means

you > > can spare the base plate.

> >

> > With no traverse you will never be able to align the 2 blocks

> > absolutely straight. Measuring against the 360 teeth dust cover

and > > think the blocks are aligned, is a big misbelieve.

> >

> > The next evil is the allocation of the reduction gear and the

> > misalignment against the worm axis. Using the traverse as the

holder > > for the reduction gear will make it better to align the shaft

against > >

> > the worm.

> >

> > You should think about adding that traverse as well as the thrust

> > bearings. Without thrust bearings you will overload any used ball

> > bearing even if you use angular ball bearings. The pressure on

the > > worm has to be significant in order to take out any axial play

and > > that can only be done using thrust bearings.

> >

> > Why would you want to go down to 0,001mm ~ 0.00005" ? I do not

see a > > sense in that. Better keep the 0.01mm ~ 0.0005" and better invest

the > >

> > additional cost for adding a traverse and 2 thrust bearings :-))

> >

> > Just my 1 One Euro to the whole matter :-))

> >

> > I have to admit that I like your base plate :-)

> >

> > saludos Rainer

> >

> > >

> > > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> > concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with my

> > cell just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some

> > comments on the "why" of this slightly altered design from the RS

> > Wormblock by Rainer.

> > >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> > > >

> > > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and

> > we're testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches so

> > precision is as accurate as it can be).

> > >

> > > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind of

> > teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price was

> > supposed to be 332... but I managed to cut it down to 311.... If

> > anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small how

to > > to mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> > >

> > > Regards,

> > >

> > > Jos.. Canela

> > >

> > > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the

demand > > for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this let

me > > know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the

second > >

> > production.

> > >

> > > geo.yahoo.com/serv? geo.yahoo.com/serv?>

> >

>

s=97359714/grpId=2103530/grpspId=1705082806/msgId=35467/stime=11966908 > > 34/nc1=3848614/nc2=4507179/nc3=4990213>

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

> > >

> >

> >

> >

>

>

>

>

>

>

> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

>







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#35493 Dec 4, 2007

Rainer,



I welcome all criticism gladly. Some I actualy go into deep thinking about them .. some I have ruled out... if not I'd become one more guy trying to make something, always changing it to please every opinion and I'd never get it done.



I'm glad you know what you're talking about... if you want to you can discuss that with me via msn or skype so we can have a deeper look at that.. I really don't mind that.... Rest assured however that what I've experimented will also be taken into account since it's empirical knowledge.



Regards,



JC





---------------



From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Rainer

Sent: ter.a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 18:29

To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock







Hi Jos.,



I just read this answer from you to Claude where you wrote

> there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) .



:-)) Think about the thrust bearings :-))



I am not theorizing a bout anything :-)) I know what I am talking

about ...



You could have mentioned it in the first posts when presenting your

design with photos and you could have spared all the critics which

came later :-)))



saludos Rainer

>

>

>

> Claude,

>

> there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) . This

is another design I found to work better from my point of view. I

only rely on facts and not theorizations of this or that since if

they were true the original goods were good enough... and they

aren't. The application of the JCW is based on some points >

> Easy assembly

> Very High precision worm

> High precision adjustments

> Better guiding

> Faster results

>

> I'm absolutely sure that I could reinvent the wheel and someone

wouldn't like it or get it so I'm doing this so people can have a

choice. My mount doesn't even give me problems... That's one of the

reasons I'm doing this, so everyone who does not have the patience to

go down the lane I did still guides well and gets decent photos. >

> Regards,

>

> JC

>

---------------

>

> From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

[mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of Claude Hermann > Sent: ter..a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 3:44

> To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

>

>

>

> Jose,

>

> I am afraid I must agree with Rainer. It looks as if in this design

we > still have the two separate blocks which still have the ability to

> introduce mis-alignment into the equation. I would think that any

> solution to the existing problems would necessitate a one piece

> bearing/worm assembly. Where am I going wrong in this assumption?

>

> The price doesn't scare me away, but I am a little lost in the

design > here versus Rainer's original design. Please help me to understand

your > design and it's application.

>

> Regards,

>

> Claude

>

> --- Rainer rsbfoto@... mailto:rsbfoto%40rsfotografia.com> > wrote:

>

> > Hi Jos...,

> >

> > Interesting, Sorry but I have to ask and it may sound harsh, but

> > there is too much involved here as to make me spend US $ 450.00

which > >

> > is not better as what I already have:

> >

> > ... where is the improvement against what we have already ?

> >

> > There are still 2 separate blocks which are the evil of all our

> > problems. I do not see nor have read about the fact if you are

using > > thrust bearings or not.

> >

> > As already mentioned in another post the connection of both

blocks > > via a traverse is the most important improvement and having that,

you > >

> > can even forget about having a floating arrangement. This means

you > > can spare the base plate.

> >

> > With no traverse you will never be able to align the 2 blocks

> > absolutely straight. Measuring against the 360 teeth dust cover

and > > think the blocks are aligned, is a big misbelieve.

> >

> > The next evil is the allocation of the reduction gear and the

> > misalignment against the worm axis. Using the traverse as the

holder > > for the reduction gear will make it better to align the shaft

against > >

> > the worm.

> >

> > You should think about adding that traverse as well as the thrust

> > bearings. Without thrust bearings you will overload any used ball

> > bearing even if you use angular ball bearings. The pressure on

the > > worm has to be significant in order to take out any axial play

and > > that can only be done using thrust bearings.

> >

> > Why would you want to go down to 0,001mm ~ 0.00005" ? I do not

see a > > sense in that. Better keep the 0.01mm ~ 0.0005" and better invest

the > >

> > additional cost for adding a traverse and 2 thrust bearings :-))

> >

> > Just my 1 One Euro to the whole matter :-))

> >

> > I have to admit that I like your base plate :-)

> >

> > saludos Rainer

> >

> > >

> > > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> > concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with my

> > cell just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some

> > comments on the "why" of this slightly altered design from the RS

> > Wormblock by Rainer.

> > >

> > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> > > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> > > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> > > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg>

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> > > > >

> > > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and

> > we're testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches so

> > precision is as accurate as it can be).

> > >

> > > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind of

> > teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price was

> > supposed to be 332.'. but I managed to cut it down to 311.'.. If

> > anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small how

to > > to mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> > >

> > > Regards,

> > >

> > > Jos.. Canela

> > >

> > > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the

demand > > for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this let

me > > know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the

second > >

> > production.

> > >

> > > geo.yahoo.com/serv? geo.yahoo.com/serv?> geo.yahoo.com/serv? geo.yahoo.com/serv?> >

> >

>

s=97359714/grpId=2103530/grpspId=1705082806/msgId=35467/stime=11966908 > > 34/nc1=3848614/nc2=4507179/nc3=4990213>

> > >

> > >

> > >

> > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

> > >

> >

> >

> >

>

>

>

>

>

>

> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

>













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#35494 Dec 4, 2007

Hi Jos.,



You know that I offered you my experience but you never contacted me.

You decided to go your way and you are free to do it.



Now that you have added the sentence that you will put a traverse on

it ok. One question is answered. Now that you explained me that you

will not use thrust bearings OK. That is fine for me.



When you know what your base plate for the G11's will cost please

contact me. I could be interested in 2 of them.



saludos Rainer



>

>

>

> Rainer,

>

> I welcome all criticism gladly. Some I actualy go into deep

thinking about them .. some I have ruled out... if not I'd become one

more guy trying to make something, always changing it to please every

opinion and I'd never get it done. >

> I'm glad you know what you're talking about... if you want to

you can discuss that with me via msn or skype so we can have a deeper

look at that.. I really don't mind that.... Rest assured however

that what I've experimented will also be taken into account since

it's empirical knowledge. >

> Regards,

>

> JC

>

>

---------------

>

> From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

[mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Rainer > Sent: ter.a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 18:29

> To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

> Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

>

>

>

> Hi Jos.,

>

> I just read this answer from you to Claude where you wrote

>

> > there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) .

>

> :-)) Think about the thrust bearings :-))

>

> I am not theorizing a bout anything :-)) I know what I am talking

> about ...

>

> You could have mentioned it in the first posts when presenting your

> design with photos and you could have spared all the critics which

> came later :-)))

>

> saludos Rainer

>

> >

> >

> >

> > Claude,

> >

> > there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) . This

> is another design I found to work better from my point of view. I

> only rely on facts and not theorizations of this or that since if

> they were true the original goods were good enough... and they

> aren't. The application of the JCW is based on some points

> >

> > Easy assembly

> > Very High precision worm

> > High precision adjustments

> > Better guiding

> > Faster results

> >

> > I'm absolutely sure that I could reinvent the wheel and someone

> wouldn't like it or get it so I'm doing this so people can have a

> choice. My mount doesn't even give me problems... That's one of the

> reasons I'm doing this, so everyone who does not have the patience

to > go down the lane I did still guides well and gets decent photos.

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > JC

> >

---------------

> >

> > From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%

40yahoogroups.com> > [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%

40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of Claude Hermann > > Sent: ter..a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 3:44

> > To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%

40yahoogroups.com> > > Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

> >

> >

> >

> > Jose,

> >

> > I am afraid I must agree with Rainer. It looks as if in this

design > we

> > still have the two separate blocks which still have the ability to

> > introduce mis-alignment into the equation. I would think that any

> > solution to the existing problems would necessitate a one piece

> > bearing/worm assembly. Where am I going wrong in this assumption?

> >

> > The price doesn't scare me away, but I am a little lost in the

> design

> > here versus Rainer's original design. Please help me to

understand > your

> > design and it's application.

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > Claude

> >

> > --- Rainer rsbfoto@ mailto:rsbfoto%40rsfotografia.com> > wrote:

> >

> > > Hi Jos...,

> > >

> > > Interesting, Sorry but I have to ask and it may sound harsh,

but > > > there is too much involved here as to make me spend US $ 450.00

> which

> > >

> > > is not better as what I already have:

> > >

> > > ... where is the improvement against what we have already ?

> > >

> > > There are still 2 separate blocks which are the evil of all our

> > > problems. I do not see nor have read about the fact if you are

> using

> > > thrust bearings or not.

> > >

> > > As already mentioned in another post the connection of both

> blocks

> > > via a traverse is the most important improvement and having

that, > you

> > >

> > > can even forget about having a floating arrangement. This means

> you

> > > can spare the base plate.

> > >

> > > With no traverse you will never be able to align the 2 blocks

> > > absolutely straight. Measuring against the 360 teeth dust cover

> and

> > > think the blocks are aligned, is a big misbelieve.

> > >

> > > The next evil is the allocation of the reduction gear and the

> > > misalignment against the worm axis. Using the traverse as the

> holder

> > > for the reduction gear will make it better to align the shaft

> against

> > >

> > > the worm.

> > >

> > > You should think about adding that traverse as well as the

thrust > > > bearings. Without thrust bearings you will overload any used

ball > > > bearing even if you use angular ball bearings. The pressure on

> the

> > > worm has to be significant in order to take out any axial play

> and

> > > that can only be done using thrust bearings.

> > >

> > > Why would you want to go down to 0,001mm ~ 0.00005" ? I do not

> see a

> > > sense in that. Better keep the 0.01mm ~ 0.0005" and better

invest > the

> > >

> > > additional cost for adding a traverse and 2 thrust bearings :-))

> > >

> > > Just my 1 One Euro to the whole matter :-))

> > >

> > > I have to admit that I like your base plate :-)

> > >

> > > saludos Rainer

> > >

> > > >

> > > > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> > > concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with

my > > > cell just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some

> > > comments on the "why" of this slightly altered design from the

RS > > > Wormblock by Rainer.

> > > >

> > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg> > > > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w2.jpg> > > > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> > > > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg

clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg> > > > > >

> > > > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and

> > > we're testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches

so > > > precision is as accurate as it can be).

> > > >

> > > > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind

of > > > teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price

was > > > supposed to be 332.'. but I managed to cut it down to 311.'..

If > > > anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small

how > to

> > > to mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> > > >

> > > > Regards,

> > > >

> > > > Jos.. Canela

> > > >

> > > > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the

> demand

> > > for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this

let > me

> > > know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the

> second

> > >

> > > production.

> > > >

> > > > geo.yahoo.com/serv? geo.yahoo.com/serv?>

geo.yahoo.com/serv? geo.yahoo.com/serv?> > > > >

> >

>

s=97359714/grpId=2103530/grpspId=1705082806/msgId=35467/stime=11966908 > > > 34/nc1=3848614/nc2=4507179/nc3=4990213>

> > > >

> > > >

> > > >

> > > > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

> > > >

> > >

> > >

> > >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> >

> > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

> >

>

>

>

>

>

>

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#35495 Dec 4, 2007

Will do.



Rgds,



Jose Canela





---------------



From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of Rainer

Sent: ter.a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 23:07

To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com

Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock







Hi Jos.,



You know that I offered you my experience but you never contacted me.

You decided to go your way and you are free to do it.



Now that you have added the sentence that you will put a traverse on

it ok. One question is answered. Now that you explained me that you

will not use thrust bearings OK. That is fine for me.



When you know what your base plate for the G11's will cost please

contact me. I could be interested in 2 of them.



saludos Rainer

>

>

>

> Rainer,

>

> I welcome all criticism gladly. Some I actualy go into deep

thinking about them .. some I have ruled out... if not I'd become one

more guy trying to make something, always changing it to please every

opinion and I'd never get it done. >

> I'm glad you know what you're talking about... if you want to

you can discuss that with me via msn or skype so we can have a deeper

look at that.. I really don't mind that.... Rest assured however

that what I've experimented will also be taken into account since

it's empirical knowledge. >

> Regards,

>

> JC

>

>

---------------

>

> From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

[mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of Rainer > Sent: ter.a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 18:29

> To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com>

> Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

>

>

>

> Hi Jos.,

>

> I just read this answer from you to Claude where you wrote

>

> > there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) .

>

> :-)) Think about the thrust bearings :-))

>

> I am not theorizing a bout anything :-)) I know what I am talking

> about ...

>

> You could have mentioned it in the first posts when presenting your

> design with photos and you could have spared all the critics which

> came later :-)))

>

> saludos Rainer

>

> >

> >

> >

> > Claude,

> >

> > there will be a transverse plate there rest assured :) . This

> is another design I found to work better from my point of view. I

> only rely on facts and not theorizations of this or that since if

> they were true the original goods were good enough... and they

> aren't. The application of the JCW is based on some points

> >

> > Easy assembly

> > Very High precision worm

> > High precision adjustments

> > Better guiding

> > Faster results

> >

> > I'm absolutely sure that I could reinvent the wheel and someone

> wouldn't like it or get it so I'm doing this so people can have a

> choice. My mount doesn't even give me problems... That's one of the

> reasons I'm doing this, so everyone who does not have the patience

to > go down the lane I did still guides well and gets decent photos.

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > JC

> >

---------------

> >

> > From: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> mailto:Losmandy_users%

40yahoogroups.com> > [mailto:Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> mailto:Losmandy_users%

40yahoogroups.com> ] On Behalf Of Claude Hermann > > Sent: ter..a-feira, 4 de Dezembro de 2007 3:44

> > To: Losmandy_users@yahoogroups.com mailto:Losmandy_users%40yahoogroups.com> mailto:Losmandy_users%

40yahoogroups.com> > > Subject: [Phishing] - Re: [Losmandy_users] Re: JCWormblock

> >

> >

> >

> > Jose,

> >

> > I am afraid I must agree with Rainer. It looks as if in this

design > we

> > still have the two separate blocks which still have the ability to

> > introduce mis-alignment into the equation. I would think that any

> > solution to the existing problems would necessitate a one piece

> > bearing/worm assembly. Where am I going wrong in this assumption?

> >

> > The price doesn't scare me away, but I am a little lost in the

> design

> > here versus Rainer's original design. Please help me to

understand > your

> > design and it's application.

> >

> > Regards,

> >

> > Claude

> >

> > --- Rainer rsbfoto@ mailto:rsbfoto%40rsfotografia.com> > wrote:

> >

> > > Hi Jos...,

> > >

> > > Interesting, Sorry but I have to ask and it may sound harsh,

but > > > there is too much involved here as to make me spend US $ 450.00

> which

> > >

> > > is not better as what I already have:

> > >

> > > ... where is the improvement against what we have already ?

> > >

> > > There are still 2 separate blocks which are the evil of all our

> > > problems. I do not see nor have read about the fact if you are

> using

> > > thrust bearings or not.

> > >

> > > As already mentioned in another post the connection of both

> blocks

> > > via a traverse is the most important improvement and having

that, > you

> > >

> > > can even forget about having a floating arrangement. This means

> you

> > > can spare the base plate.

> > >

> > > With no traverse you will never be able to align the 2 blocks

> > > absolutely straight. Measuring against the 360 teeth dust cover

> and

> > > think the blocks are aligned, is a big misbelieve.

> > >

> > > The next evil is the allocation of the reduction gear and the

> > > misalignment against the worm axis. Using the traverse as the

> holder

> > > for the reduction gear will make it better to align the shaft

> against

> > >

> > > the worm.

> > >

> > > You should think about adding that traverse as well as the

thrust > > > bearings. Without thrust bearings you will overload any used

ball > > > bearing even if you use angular ball bearings. The pressure on

> the

> > > worm has to be significant in order to take out any axial play

> and

> > > that can only be done using thrust bearings.

> > >

> > > Why would you want to go down to 0,001mm ~ 0.00005" ? I do not

> see a

> > > sense in that. Better keep the 0.01mm ~ 0.0005" and better

invest > the

> > >

> > > additional cost for adding a traverse and 2 thrust bearings :-))

> > >

> > > Just my 1 One Euro to the whole matter :-))

> > >

> > > I have to admit that I like your base plate :-)

> > >

> > > saludos Rainer

> > >

> > > >

> > > > This is prototype #3 (the first as far as you guys are

> > > concerned)... take a loot athe the (crappy) photos I took with

my > > > cell just 5 mins ago. The bolts aren't final. I'll write some

> > > comments on the "why" of this slightly altered design from the

RS > > > Wormblock by Rainer.

> > > >

> > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w1.jpg>

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clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w3.jpg> > > > > > > clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg clientes.netvisao.pt/jcanela/w4.jpg>

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> > > > All machining is done down to 0,01 mm on the prototype and

> > > we're testing going down to 0,001 mm(milimiters and not inches

so > > > precision is as accurate as it can be).

> > > >

> > > > This is just a sample so please take this just as some kind

of > > > teaser for all those already in my list for the pieces.Price

was > > > supposed to be 332.'. but I managed to cut it down to 311.'..

If > > > anything changes I'll let you know... I'll also make a small

how > to

> > > to mount this in both G11 and GM8.

> > > >

> > > > Regards,

> > > >

> > > > Jos.. Canela

> > > >

> > > > PS- For now I'm only going to produce enough to supply the

> demand

> > > for people who have mailed me so if you intend to order this

let > me

> > > know 'cause I don't want people to be waiting for weeks on the

> second

> > >

> > > production.

> > > >

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