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Thread: Manually machining a differential -- how many other teams don't have CNC?

  1. #21
    That looks great. My first year of FSAE was as Driveline. My friend designed a torsen housing, I helped another member write some G-code and he ran it on a very expensive, very new HAAS machining center (that didn't belong to us). We also did a good bit of work to finish it on a manual mill.

    I'll just say, the CNC process was not trivial...
    Joseph Little
    Chrysler Group LLC
    CAE/Vehicle Dynamics Tools Development
    Mississippi State Motorsports Alum 2008-2010
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    Very nice work, you guys are gaining valuable skills in learning to run manual equipment. I machined a 2-part housing for UA in 2005, using nothing but manual equipment: Album
    Jason Stuffel
    -Zips Racing Alum 03-06

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    Mike Cook
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