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Grizzly G0709 lathe cutting multi start thread

Posted By on April 4, 2015


A short vid, on the grizzly G0709 lathe showing one of many ways to cut multi start threads by indexing the chuck.

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Comments

22 Responses to “Grizzly G0709 lathe cutting multi start thread”

  1. Jay Tee says:

    I was looking at the DRO

  2. Paul Baker says:

    lot of negative comments on here, maybe you ppl are wannebees, give the guy
    a break .He’s made a vid ,he has his own “method” of doing stuff. I’m an
    engineer with 40 yrs experience,we all do things in a different way. This
    world is so full of failures trying to troll like they know stuff, why
    don’t you all go away and at least attempt to achieve something with your
    meaningless lives. 

  3. Gary C says:

    Good video but the background radio is really annoying. You have to compete
    to be heard over the top of it. I cant understand why people make a good
    video and spoil it by “enhancing” it with crap music. But that said, nice
    good quality educational video. Keep em coming.

  4. Raymond Stanis says:

    All that you show helps a lot *many thanks!*

  5. Rolando Escobar says:

    Awesome video Jay Tee. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Keep up the great
    work! 

  6. Alex Vogt says:

    or you could engage the half nut at two intervals instead of taking out an
    indicated part and heavy chuck. that is why the feed-screw dial has half
    and whole numbers on it or odds and evens.

  7. Seth Watson says:

    Here’s another vote for killing the background music. Very distracting.
    What are the applications for something like this? I get that soda and beer
    bottles use a multi start, but is there anything in the machining world? 

  8. chuck smalfus says:

    Why are you stopping the spindle every pass? I haven’t done a whole lot of
    threading but have done a fair amount and just use the chasing dial to tell
    when to close the half nut.
    Starting the machine that much is tough on the motor and starter contactor
    as we’ll as the mechanics.
    Nice vid though 

  9. vikruss says:

    Thanks for putting in a lot of patience and work to make this video, but at
    least one thing i don’t get, Why did you have to shut down machine every
    time you go for another pass?

  10. Stephen Hodge says:

    No undercut? How is that possible? Do you have a stop!

  11. anthony knight says:

    iv never seen a double lead thread used on any thing what would you use it
    for and woulden’t a single lead with more threads work the same
    .great video tho

  12. Lenny Codella says:

    Thanks I am just learning on Metal always did wood this is much different
    and it was a great lesson Thanks 

  13. Danu Al says:

    I do not think that you learned in school, to do multiple thread with
    turning universal/chuck ! It’s bullshit and waste of time this video!
    Look closely on youtube, you’ll probably find a better teacher than your
    teacher alcoholic.
    Do not have to mind me telling you the truth, it’s just my opinion.

  14. pilotoelguapo says:

    KILL THE MUSIC!!

  15. Jadon Cramer says:

    There are so many ways to do things, I like seeing as many as possible.
    Thanks for taking time to make the videos. I wanted to see the Grizzly
    Lathe, but watched some other videos cuz I like your creativity. Good Job.

  16. nraynaud1 says:

    Hi, I think someone on youtube (mrpete222, maybe) recommended that you
    don’t do the thread relief with the threading tool, because it makes a
    sharp last turn of thread that’s cutting. I think he was proposing a 45°
    tool.

  17. Teo Patino says:

    even though , it seems to rooky this way of generate a multiple lead thread
    , I find it very smart if your looking for accuracy.

  18. Richard H says:

    That was very informational very good

  19. Anand Rajamani says:

    Nice use of the six pins on the chuck. Out of curiosity, how would you do
    something like a 4 lead leadscrew, which does not divide into 6?

  20. Alan Solingen says:

    pretty slick.

  21. 1903A3shooter says:

    Have you ever heard of doing a double lead thread with the thread dial. 

  22. John Noneyabizz says:

    not boring at all…..seems you are pretty happy with the G0709.

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