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Using a TAP as Thread Boring Tool

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Using a tap to cut threads?! I know, crazy, right? But just you watch!
In a pinch you can use a smaller tap of the right pitch to thread larger bores than the tap was intended for.

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21 févr. 2021

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Chuck Kleine
Chuck Kleine Il y a heure
What you need to watch in threading is oversize condition ,so to use a tap the proper way in lathe is float the tap so it follows the hole otherwise it acts like a boring bar. And gives you a oversize thread. Which also cause oversize if you feed too fast or to slow.
Chuck Kleine
Chuck Kleine Il y a heure
I guess you can do it this way
Chuck Kleine
Chuck Kleine Il y a heure
Taps have different rake angle for different materials as well
Chuck Kleine
Chuck Kleine Il y a heure
Inside threading needs different rake angle
Void Void
Void Void Il y a 2 heures
Why did I just now 6 days later get the notification when I've already watched it
mrunderhood
mrunderhood Il y a 3 heures
Found a 1 -24 tap on sale for $37.00
Fidwen- HD
Fidwen- HD Il y a 4 heures
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Kai Angulo
Kai Angulo Il y a 4 heures
This man, whoever he is, gives off big "Hi (hungry, angry, other descriptive adj.) I'm dad" vibes
Jeff Thompson
Jeff Thompson Il y a 6 heures
This is the chaotic-neutral way to cut a thread
Simon Broughton
Simon Broughton Il y a 7 heures
Hi Tony. Great video again! I've used this technique 'the other way around' - with the workpiece stationary and the tap spinning (CNC). It means different sized threaded holes can be machined with the same tap - obv. same pitch thus reducing tool changes! Also if an angle is ground on the 'leading edge' of the tap, similar to a drill bit, the hole can be bored first, then tapped. I believe this is called a 'thriller' (tap and drill-er)
dolita windo
dolita windo Il y a 8 heures
0:43 "Flea market taps" hit wayyyy to close to home
Joshua Smith
Joshua Smith Il y a 8 heures
you are amazing, good job
Eric Palmer
Eric Palmer Il y a 9 heures
skip to 6:20
FOGD
FOGD Il y a 12 heures
Awesome as always 👌
James Trumble
James Trumble Il y a 12 heures
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dolita windo
dolita windo Il y a 8 heures
subjects you deal with, but also for your bone dry humor. Thank you, please keep at it!
TBL
TBL Il y a 12 heures
Forgive my ignorance. How did you ensure you started cutting at the same position of the work piece after the first cut? Position counter on lathe drive?
bk
bk Il y a 14 heures
I learnt something new today.
James Hitchins
James Hitchins Il y a 16 heures
This Old Tony is the only celebrity I want to meet.
Alterna Masaki
Alterna Masaki Il y a 18 heures
the video being out of focus sometimes kinda hurts my eyes >.> hope you may see this and take care next times
Paladin Entertainment
Paladin Entertainment Il y a 19 heures
Who remembers episode 2, when he accidentally lodged a tap in a Assurian's head?
ajhatti2011
ajhatti2011 Il y a 20 heures
This commentary is top shelf.
AJ Wilson
AJ Wilson Il y a 21 heure
An "old" trick. I learned it back in 1970 when I went to work as a machine operator. Great for cutting fine threads in large diameter bodies. Company I worked for made hydraulic cylinders for aircraft. We used this trick to cut threads into cylinder bodies so gland rings could be screwed in.
Jeffrey Brookes
Jeffrey Brookes Il y a 23 heures
Less than a minute in and he's telling us to cut external threads with a tap?
Matthew Hopkins
Matthew Hopkins Il y a jour
What about infernal threads, I gotta wait another 2021 years for that episode?
SouthernBoy
SouthernBoy Il y a jour
Cool Tony thanks for the trick. Gonna call it the "I can't breath thread", G. Floyd Thread trick.
GaslitWorld f. Melissa B
Due to your humor, I'm giving you a digital hug and kiss. You're so cute. 😘
John Gurney
John Gurney Il y a jour
hi tony can you use this trick on steel as well or only brass
Wayne Raath
Wayne Raath Il y a jour
Prof TOT! Teatcher be your sorry ass!
Matthies Wesche
Matthies Wesche Il y a jour
Dude, I envy your talent for amking interesting, entertaining videos and your brilliant sense of humor. I really, REALLY enjoy watching your videos, not only for the interesting subjects you deal with, but also for your bone dry humor. Thank you, please keep at it!
Austin Page
Austin Page Il y a jour
i love this trick. been using it and old drill bits as boring bars for years.
Max Headroom
Max Headroom Il y a jour
you can make a tap from a second bolt. just cut the slots and harden it.
Ashwani Kumar
Ashwani Kumar Il y a jour
Einstein of lathe..👍👍👍👍
yobb89
yobb89 Il y a jour
i have a hand and lathe fetish
This Old Tony
This Old Tony Il y a jour
you've come to the right place!
Jacob Jankowski
Jacob Jankowski Il y a jour
And if you don't have a lathe. No worries you can make one from a Chainsaw with just a couple licks on the bench grinder. 😉
YensR
YensR Il y a jour
Sooooo. That is very clever, but made me wonder: Can you use a tap to create an *external* thread using this technique?
Player1
Player1 Il y a jour
I don't care about thread, I just come for the speech and the dad jokes
Player1
Player1 Il y a jour
No disappointed
Axel Gieck
Axel Gieck Il y a jour
Witchcraft!!!!! Burn the heretic!
Larry D
Larry D Il y a jour
The first tooth on the tap is doing the cutting unless you brazed and set up the tap exactly perpendicular to the work piece which would be difficult to do then it doesn’t matter what thread pitch the tap is because you are setting the tpi on your machine
toijg avnnr
toijg avnnr Il y a jour
Tony have you ever threaded a square hole?
Andy Campbell
Andy Campbell Il y a jour
I don't know what's more captivating - the tips & techniques or the dry sense of humour ! Love it. My life have been changed watching this....
toijg avnnr
toijg avnnr Il y a jour
Extra tiny hands or enormous nut & bolt?
69jarinek
69jarinek Il y a jour
cool
Richard Thomson
Richard Thomson Il y a jour
Disappointed that you didn't cover my favourite method of making internal threads. I cut an external one and then turn the part inside out.
Richard Thomson
Richard Thomson Il y a jour
Hi TOT, any chance that you could send me a copy of the papyrus flick books of the previous 3 episodes in this series?
Don Codman
Don Codman Il y a jour
I bet its bloody hard to remember to diall out to go deeper for the internal thread . Interesting idea though ,thanks Tony.
Amberyooper
Amberyooper Il y a jour
Now there's an idea I would never have thought of...
Lovot Core
Lovot Core Il y a jour
I have a feeling this is also a way to get past the 1/2" boring bar problem, where finding a boring bar that can do holes less than 1/2" tends to be difficult, set the feedrate as anything besides the TPI on the tap, and it should cut a smooth hole instead.
sicesp
sicesp Il y a 2 jours
Inexplicable urge to defecate at 8:08
yoosrid
yoosrid Il y a 2 jours
great thanks
Mike G
Mike G Il y a 2 jours
who ever skipped to 6:22 shouldn’t be here
John S
John S Il y a 2 jours
Another awesome video... If I may be so bold as to offer up a suggestion. Could you do a video on making a set of magnetic parallels for the surface grinder?
cqvio doli
cqvio doli Il y a 2 jours
I really enjoyed the other episodes. The "Turning shale with granite inserts" tip was great.
okiedoak201
okiedoak201 Il y a 2 jours
Holy smoke.... Its like a light bulb just went off in my head...this is brilliant..👍
Brandon Walker
Brandon Walker Il y a 2 jours
Anyone else have to watch ToT videos twice? First time finding the hidden subscribe. Second time to actually watch the video.
Daniel Hicks
Daniel Hicks Il y a 2 jours
Extra tiny hands or enormous nut & bolt?
cqvio doli
cqvio doli Il y a 2 jours
How did your weld the tap on so accurately?
bradley morgan
bradley morgan Il y a 2 jours
Tony have you ever threaded a square hole?
This Old Tony
This Old Tony Il y a 2 jours
all the time!
Terrence Zellers
Terrence Zellers Il y a 2 jours
Have a "so you think you are mechaknuckical, huh?" challange. The story. About twenty years ago I went to an auction.... about over, only a few things left ... there's this very pretty little table. Nobody bids, the auctioneer gets down to two dollars and I shrug. Sold. I go over to pick it up... it's heavy. Dontcha know there's a SEWING MACHINE in it. Another shrug, I get home put it in the corner where I wanted a sometimes possibly marginally flat surface... But it's really pretty so I throw a piece of plywood over it. And there it's sat. Now this is an old ugly garage. About five years ago the little leaks in the roof went completely... old rubber roof kinda tore itself to pieces over one winter/spring. In a heavy rain it was worse than having no roof at all ... no joke. I had thrown tarps over most tools and stacks of things, but over about two months ... when it rained A LOT ... I rebuit the roof (rather than slightly slanted rubber, an A frame roof ... try that sometime on a slant roof and tell me you have no use for high school trigonometry.) Anyway, the only protection this had was a slab of now rotting plywood and not only had there been a little water in the garage every rain for years but for about a - very rainy - month it was bare to the sky. About five years ago.... (the garage has been bone dry ever since ... the wolf spiders got PO'd and took off, but the granddaddy longlegs and other web spinners love the new digs) Well last week my daughter who's been knitting and stitching for years visits and says something about wanting a real sewing machine. A tiny litttle dim grain of wheat bulb in my head goes off.... I think I have one! So I dig it out expecting a rusty piece of junk suitable only for fill in the next sinkhole I see. But surprise it's still incredibly clean. Some pieces even move.. So I crack it open. It's an old Gimbel's Deluxe model fwiw. Wow. The cams gears and slides are incredible. A transmission mechanic might be comfortable with it, but me, I broke it down to where I can clean and oil all the remaining moving pieces, but I'm really afraid that if I take it down much more it will be something I can't get back together and get the timing and angle relations right. Well I have everything moving freely and oiled up ... I'm going to use lithium grease on some sliding cams ... and I think I can get the rest of it all back together again for her. At this point I know WHAT everything does though with the sewing thing I'm still not sure I know the why of everything it does. But it should be a good gift for oldest daughter I'd bet your Maho doesn't have very much on the way of complexity over an old good quality mechanical sewing machine! (I *know* that my 3d printers aside from all the electronics are mechanical toys in comparison, and it puts even my (Chinesium mini) lathe to shame. So just for giggles the challenge is to pick up an old quality sewing machine(I'm surprised says here you can get them for a hundred on ebay... I don't think there's ANYTHING for sale to consumers matching that measure of precision machining you can buy today for less than a couple thousand ... if at all) and have some fun with it. As said I think I know *what* things do, but if you turn up something I hadn't noticed or even more can elucidate some of the why of some of the wierd movements going on in there I'd be interested. Obviously I have no right to demand anything, and this is more of a "you might think this fun and interesting" kind of thing. But I am really, really, really impressed by the complexity and quality of machining in these old sewing machines.
Alicia Antoniadis
Alicia Antoniadis Il y a 2 jours
Loved it. Thank you. Wish your videos would/could be longer. Sincerely, Alicia from Sweden.
Blind Bubba
Blind Bubba Il y a 2 jours
...mind officially blown...simplicity exemplified...
Insolia Creazioni Fai da Te
It's a nice tip!
beautifulsmall
beautifulsmall Il y a 2 jours
And I thought he was going to grind down a tap until there was one tooth left.
steamerpowered
steamerpowered Il y a 2 jours
I have indeed used a external tool for internal threads. Mind you it was a 4" thread... Also have used a parting blade to cut external box threads. :)
eyeballdude
eyeballdude Il y a 2 jours
I can’t really remember what you were talking about there around the 5:00 mark...I guess I was not...focused... 😂 The rest: Golden! At least in metric! Imperial...no so sure... I’ll do the maths and get back to yah 👍
annag cocl
annag cocl Il y a 2 jours
I just wanna say, the humor, the presentation, the information, it's just so perfect! Thank you so much for the hours of joy you have brought to me, This Old Tony!
toijg avnnr
toijg avnnr Il y a 2 jours
boring bars (and internal Chamfer Tools) out of them.
Headlock123456789
Headlock123456789 Il y a 2 jours
I’m barely able to follow a good chunk of this, but this man is just so dang entertaining it doesn’t even matter.
toijg avnnr
toijg avnnr Il y a 2 jours
FYI: You're Not Limited to running the same Thread Pitch if you grind off all but one point (per flute so you can still rotate it to a good one if not brazed in place {or if using a 4 flu
Sean Strain
Sean Strain Il y a 2 jours
Excellent... love the vids. Keep it up, great knowledge
Bruno Wiebelt
Bruno Wiebelt Il y a 2 jours
learned something thx
annag cocl
annag cocl Il y a 2 jours
Please make an instructional video on baking breakfast muffins.
ARIFIN kurang pengalaman
Very very very awasome...❤👍👍
Andrew Gotts
Andrew Gotts Il y a 2 jours
Not me. But I heard some people are happy to listen to you yabber on for hours.
Hey I'm a Maker
Hey I'm a Maker Il y a 2 jours
How did your weld the tap on so accurately?
Hey I'm a Maker
Hey I'm a Maker Il y a 2 jours
7:50 🌟😍
Ryan Slomkowski
Ryan Slomkowski Il y a 2 jours
Very nice spittle at 3:44 , excellent form 👏. It's ok, I get a little too excited about thread cutting too sometimes😁
m -
m - Il y a 2 jours
For metric fine x1,5mm you can use a normal m10 tap!!
Grumplo
Grumplo Il y a 3 jours
I knew this episode would come out any decade
MAKGA
MAKGA Il y a 3 jours
It would be nice if this would work on 4340 hardened steel.
glen denton
glen denton Il y a 3 jours
Soo your telling me you take a tap that’s the same thread per inch as the print ask for setting the feed rate as the threads per inch and moving it in just like you would a boring bar is that what your doing?? I’m a machinist and I never seen this in my life if it really works I love to know I more
David Wedel
David Wedel Il y a 3 jours
My bad , I just realized this is for newbie
David Wedel
David Wedel Il y a 3 jours
I always thought a tap was a thread boring tool.
martin altria
martin altria Il y a 3 jours
What about threading boxes ? Landis and Herbert... and Alco or Fetter thread rolling ?
dan mackintosh
dan mackintosh Il y a 3 jours
Thread cutting videos... They don't come along often but when they do, they're... videos about cutting threads. cool tip there, like it.
oldSawyer
oldSawyer Il y a 3 jours
FYI: You're Not Limited to running the same Thread Pitch if you grind off all but one point (per flute so you can still rotate it to a good one if not brazed in place {or if using a 4 flute tap}) effectively turning the tap into a Single Point Threading Tool with all of the Clearances Built In. . . I've done that many times over the years with old broken taps making mini boring bars (and internal Chamfer Tools) out of them.
Allan
Allan Il y a 3 jours
Please make an instructional video on baking breakfast muffins.
Atetus94
Atetus94 Il y a 3 jours
Noice!
yuitr loing
yuitr loing Il y a 3 jours
stuff! Thanks alot.
Thunder Dick
Thunder Dick Il y a 3 jours
I invented this as well as quotation marks the number 5 and spousel abuse oh yeah and the thing where you scratch your head while you're thinking YOUR ALL WELCOME and I almost forgot I invented the phrase you're welcome as well so you're welcome for you're welcome
Daniel Lopez
Daniel Lopez Il y a 3 jours
All of us under 6Ft use taps to make threads.
Mike Pettengill
Mike Pettengill Il y a 3 jours
Will wonders never cease?
yuitr loing
yuitr loing Il y a 3 jours
3:48
nelson k
nelson k Il y a 3 jours
WORKS GREAT WITH SPIRAL TAPS TOO. THOSE PESKY CHIPS DON'T BIND IT UP. sorry about shouting...
TRAV K
TRAV K Il y a 3 jours
Very cool trick, but no mention of speeds and feeds for pitch of threads...
TRAV K
TRAV K Il y a 2 jours
@Nick K Hey thank you! Don't know how I missed that.
Nick K
Nick K Il y a 2 jours
Try looking at 7:30 in video again to get your answer
John King
John King Il y a 3 jours
tedious
Steven Connor
Steven Connor Il y a 3 jours
I have single point cut stuff much smaller for my previous job making electron microscope parts lol. You employ the 'cut fresh air' method with multiple passes method to your arsenal.
Anton Art
Anton Art Il y a 3 jours
"except it breaks the very first time you use it" OH MY GOD how true that is 🤣
Blood Gamers
Blood Gamers Il y a 3 jours
I don't need to be around in another 2021 years, by that time my conversion from manual human to cnc human will be complete
sticky170
sticky170 Il y a 3 jours
7:22 $21,15
Diving Eagle
Diving Eagle Il y a 3 jours
Maybe its just for me a stupid Question, but you said that u brazed your Tap on. Is there a difference between brazing and welding for example a tap on, and if yes what is the difference ?
Diving Eagle
Diving Eagle Il y a 3 jours
@This Old Tony very very thank you❤️
This Old Tony
This Old Tony Il y a 3 jours
Brazing is lower temperature and (if you're careful) shouldn't cause as much trouble with the tap than welding might. Sort of like soldering.
John Button
John Button Il y a 3 jours
good tip and good video format ...many years ago I made some microphone stand bases that used a 7/8"-27 thread pitch ...pretty close to that 1" bore.
Levi Morey
Levi Morey Il y a 3 jours
A piece of paper in your sleeve that says trick,
S. N.
S. N. Il y a 3 jours
I generally never use machines of these sorts. I probably never will. Your videos are exceptionally satisfying for me to watch, and the corny jokes are absolutely glorious. Neat fucking channel Old Tony.
Jonas Nordmark
Jonas Nordmark Il y a 3 jours
You are the best 👍
MebeSoco
MebeSoco Il y a 3 jours
Can never have too many tools in the tool chest.
Mike Morgan
Mike Morgan Il y a 3 jours
This Old Tony, you're like my favorite shop teacher. Only with less cursing and more fingers.
Uluc Pamuk
Uluc Pamuk Il y a 3 jours
3:48
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