Half a dozen. Frankly it would be considerably easier and faster to make them with a single set of ports - top, side, end, or any combination thereof. The universal six port idea isn't really a better mouse trap - just more work. I have an industrial mill with digital readouts but tool and work holding changes still add up quickMe? 2 in previous years, then 5 more since I started this thread plus the 6 I'm working on right now.
Over to you, Dan....
I'd like to put my order in for one of these blocks for an L295DT. I joined this site a while ago because the information people share here is wonderful, but this is my first time posting. I too want to tap into my hydraulic system so I can add remotes or a spool valve. My understanding from having read the previous posts is that the L295DT diverter block is the same as the L185. Please let me know if you can make me one. Thanks.Interest thus far:
gottabeorange - 2
Russel King - 1
Vigo - 1 (?)
ffhasselhoff - 1
Potential market thus far: 5. All in the US.
I know whatvyou mean lol. Have a 5 and 3 yo. My boy (3yo) could change a tire by himself if he had the strength to do it. I break the lugs loose and he spins them off, then tries to take the tire off. Funny to watch him. My daughter is all about operating the equipment, even if she can't quite reach the pedals.Oh he started young alright. At 3, he wanted to push the button. At 4, he'd graduated to squirting the cutting oil with the oil can (God I went through a lot of oil that year!) By 5 he knew his numbers and set the spindle speeds. 6 saw him sharpening old nails on the bench grinder. Over the next few years he diversified into bandsaw, drill press and bench sander. The current challenge is to see how far he can tap the pipe threads -- his record is 9mm deep in the aluminium before the taper gets the better of him and I have to take over.
Now, who wants the one made by the apprentice?