Machining Connecting Rods & Other V8 Engine Parts| WW219

After 5-Axis machining our V8 engine block, one of our interns, Alex, wanted to go the extra mile. Today we’ll machine connecting rods using a custom fixture, the handle for the crank using mickey mouse corners, and finally some legs, which allow us to display the engine AND are the first and last crank shaft mounting brackets. Let’s dive in!
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Awesome 5-Axis V8 Engine Block | http://bit.ly/2N6Kb72
Our 5-Axis Machining Journey | http://bit.ly/2P9p4CC
Mickey Mouse Corner Help | http://bit.ly/2xGBY4K
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TTS Shearhog # 35571 | http://bit.ly/2y7GBpU
Lakeshore Carbide:
1/4″ Variable 3 Flute End Mill for Aluminum
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3/16″ Variable 3 Flute End Mill for Aluminum
http://bit.ly/2OYwPM4
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