Posted by Bluebird590 on October 22, 2019 at 12:49:04:
In Reply to: Calculating gear lead posted by STEVE GREEN on October 21, 2019 at 15:22:58:
I run a Barber Coleman 16-16 it has a 15 machine constant and this is what I do.
Let us say my gear lead is 64.955806
You divide the lead by the machine constant.
My machine has a 15 constant
So 15/64.955806 = .230926779
.230926779 = 41/63 X 22/62 four gear lead setup.
Therefore, if you take your machine constant / your lead gear set (.94440) you will get your lead of the gear.
Machine constant / .94440 = lead of gear
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