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 Posted: Thu Jun 20th, 2019 05:36 am
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Jan Hendriks
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Hi ,again 
showing some pics of the extremely rare Nordicos' ..
below is the Dc  version using what we all recognise as a fixed cup on the skirt and a banana gear under the skirt
these fans are a constant oscillator ..no.. on /off switch




Banana gear





Both these fans have had new cogs ,cog carriers, bushes and Carden shafts ,etc etc ..





NOW
Below is the Ac version .
.it had had the nose punched out of it ,now in process of "stick" welding the cast, slowly slowly 




   

it uses a sliding cup to hold the shaft on the skirt and do the oscillating  ...
...pic explains better than I can.. :D :D




previously all the brass work was missing .from the sliding cup upward , to stop the fan moving somebody had drilled 2 holes and placed 2 bolts in it to clamp together :X as can be seen above ..below pic ... is hidden with silver solder ..no more holes    :clap:





Now silver soldered up , 45 %silver rods I like to use 




close up of this this boilermakers welding below ,once clean will be hidden under the new authentic japan finish :cool:...as all my fans are ..
.Thank you Rick   




was the arrival of the 2 mm diameter cheese head bolts yesterday that bought these never ending projects  just a step closer to finishing , bolts to hold the sahft in the cups 
..the dc has been my longest job yet ha  3 + yrs, both fans were just stump's.. 
 
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pair of very rare birds these two  ..



excuse the yellow lines on Ac .. I spent weeks with a little Mack brush ,nothing was safe from lines / stripes  ,
while I was practising 





Back in the cupboard ..till next time 




 have other fans waiting first   ...to assemble 



below is a open cog Delio I'm building , with lots of Nickel on show ...







having a help full machinist ..makes  a big difference eh ..
cheers from down here 
jan

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 Posted: Thu Jun 20th, 2019 01:33 pm
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James Henderson
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Can a oscillating mechanism get any more complicated! Great work Jan.

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 Posted: Tue Nov 12th, 2019 03:33 am
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Dan Nguyen
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:D:D:D



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 Posted: Wed Nov 13th, 2019 01:42 am
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Mike Petree
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That's a really interesting mechanism. Hope you make a video of it ! 

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