by Pedro Ruiz
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I started with different way of Dremel attachment and decided to redesign the whole thing.
I added a knob to threaded rod. There is slot for a small piece of 1mm thick metal sheet that goes to the slot in threaded rod. You can glue the knob on rod after you assemble the whole thing. There is a M6 nut soldered on rod on the other side.
In the chuck part, there are three plugs to cover the rods. Glue them in with superglue.
I designed two types of Carriage. One is the same height as the Chuck/Stock axis. The V2 is smaller and you can put some adapter on it.
download the files on: http://ift.tt/2peht9I
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