1st & 2nd Generation
Rose Engine

-Fabrication notes 1/27/10
- Prototype Rose Engine
- Rubber & rosette cam
- Turning the index wheel
- Drilling the index wheel
- Cutting a Rosette cam
- Fabricating T-nut
- Rubber assembly
- Spindle & bearings
- Pivot axle & bearings
- Spindle & frame
- Index wheel installed
- Rocking stop arm
- Rose Engine ready to test
- Chuck holding work
- Turn aluminum on wood lathe
- Hand crank and handle
- Threading follower
- Copy a cam
- Drilling a cam
- Finished rosette cam
- Router assembly
- Boring bar cutters
- Chuck adjusting Spider
- Overhead drive
- Cutting frame
- Rose Engine with router
- Rose Engine with router
- Overhead crane
- Drilling frame
- Collet Chuck
- Hardinge compound 9/5/11
- X-Z compound ways 12/28/11
- Test results - Gallery
- Description of a Rose Engine
       by Jon Magill
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Rose Engine & Ornamental Lathe
Spindle frame, spindle shaft, bearings, rosette cam nut, drive pulley and rubber assembly.

The bearing block mounts are milled flat and drilled and tapped for the bearing block bolts and alignment pins. The left bearing block mount is tapped for the rocking return spring and the rocking stop. Both front and back rubber plates are drilled and tapped for the rubber clamp. The bearings and pulley are pressed on the spindle shaft (the spindle is resting on temporary blocks).

Work capacity is 16.5 inch diameter. The maximum thread cutting length is 1.5".

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