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    mechanical design for groove

    Hi



    I need a mechanical mechanism for create some groove on the wood.

    number of Grooves are 30 and distance between each groove is 4 mm to the next and the wide of each groove is 2 mm it is like a comb tooth



    i find a machine that create comb tooth but i don't understand what mechanism does it used.

    here is the link of that video:



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voOR...ature=youtu.be



    Can you please help me to know what mechanical mechanism can help me?



    I am wait for your help.



    Thank you

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    Hi there.

    It seems you have either linked to a private video or that it may not available outside of your own country.

    Or is it just me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cake of Doom View Post
    Or is it just me?
    Nope, me too...

    BTW, I think your signature picture is brilliant!

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    I was searching for some tech data when that picture popped up. I promptly forgot about the data sheet and searched for a forum friendly size.

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    Yes, sorry

    please check link now is first post..



    i think he use the right hand for movement the wood to the blade for create grooves and left hand for feed the next tooth and next groove on the wood.
    Last edited by Kelly Bramble; 05-09-2014 at 06:54 AM.

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    Mount multiple saw blades on the arbor and cut all grooves at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timelord View Post
    Mount multiple saw blades on the arbor and cut all grooves at once.
    X2

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    That's far too easy. Use a floor mounted blade and move the saw table to the required distance.

    In all seriousness, for a one time or regular application, the posts above are your best option. Other than that, adjustable groovers/rebaters already exist so no need to reinvent the wheel.

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