The index plate has 60 1/8" diameter holes around the rim, three countersunk holes for mounting to the pulley, and a 1.1" center hole to clear the lathe spindle. I supply 3 #6 screws for mounting to the pulley.
Price: $35.00 with free US First Class Mail. (Other shipping contact me, I will ship to the UK, Canada and Australia)
40-50-60 hole deluxe index
plates, $75.00 with free US First Class Mail.
See the new 40-50-60 hole plate below.
Contact me to order.
Although I previously sold a complete kit
including the pin and block that locks the pin, I have found it
uneconomical to do so.
I am only selling the index plate itself, with mounting screws, but without the index pin and block. You can easily make one yourself, or come up with a spring loaded plunger, etc.
|The Index plate. 60 holes 1/8" Aluminum recycled sheet. Made on the Taig CNC Mill.|
Here are the dimensions of the 60 hole index plate. Dimensions may vary somewhat.
The center hole is now 1.1" so it fits the new spindle.
You will need to make a Centering Plug to mount
the index plate to the pulley.
(both items not included with the kit)
The centering plug dimension should now be 1.1" rather than .75" as I have changed the design to fit the new spindle.
|Index plate mounted to the headstock, showing one design of indexing pin (not included).||Top view.|
|This is one design for the indexing
pin block. Other possibilities: Spring loaded plunger, spring arm, ball
(items not included with the kit)
NEW 40-50-60 hole deluxe index plates, $75.00
with free US First Class Mail.
The plate has three rows of holes, 1/8" diameter. I am only offering it with a 1.1" center hole, but it can still be used on the older lathes with no problems.
The 40 hole circle will divide 2,4,8,10,20,40
|The deluxe plate mounted on a Taig headstock. You will have to figure out a index pin mounting system, there is a lot of room on the top and sides for one.|
|Ignore the implied precision of the 4.1000" diameter (when I was young I loved calling out dimensions to 5 places...what a newb), in practice it's 4.1" with some wiggle room as the OD doesn't need to be exactly to size and it depends on a lot of factors when milling and truing up. Most dimensions are +/- .001"|