Stagecoach Spoke and Hub Lathe



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Description Spoke and hub lathe designed and built by Doug Youvan and James Karr (pictured) at Copperhead Stagecoach Co. in Frontenac, Kansas, USA. For spokes, the lathe blade follows the up - down motion of a stylus (on the right) that tracks rotary asymmetric objects as the stylus and blade transverse the template and wood stock, respectively. As a hub-cutter, a one cubic foot piece of white oak is cut using a static guide that elevates the blade as a function of left-right distance.
Date November 2002(2002-11)
Source Own work
Author Doug youvan


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