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Philly panel drilling

Started this discussion. Last reply by mike hadley 11 hours ago. 8 Replies

Help wanted,Does anyone have a drilling / hole drawing for a seven knob philharmonic, I can work out the control shaft and dial dimensions, it's the position of the two eye tubes that is causing me a…Continue

new philly

Started this discussion. Last reply by mike hadley on Monday. 11 Replies

I managed to get my hands on a pointer dial Philharmonic, unfortunately all I have is the chassis, no power supply cabinet or speakers, the chassis number is kk-163, and Kent has added this to the…Continue

homemade parts escutcheons bezels etc

Started this discussion. Last reply by Norman S Braithwaite Sep 22, 2017. 15 Replies

Inspired by a recent post from Dave Poland, I thought that I would show a method of reproducing dial escutcheons etc, first is epoxy and the second from a process I used to mess around with as a kid,…Continue

dogbone resistors part 2

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jon Ketron Jul 2, 2017. 1 Reply

I was just going through some old photographs of the restoration of my allwave fifteen, I decided to update the post I placed a while back about dogbone resistors,so here is the process, I don't…Continue

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mike hadley replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"Aha that does explain the difference, still really useful drawing just the same, common sense says where to drill holes."
11 hours ago
Scott Seickel replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"The drawing is correct.  You have a 7 knob set- it is a dial pointer, correct?  We don't count the push/pull switch as a knob, otherwise it would be an 8 knob set.   :-) On the 9 knob sets, there is nothing where your scratch…"
12 hours ago
mike hadley replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"Scott: you have the center shaft, the one under the tuning control marked as "eliminate for 9 knob sets, my philharmonic has the scratch suppressor pull switch located here, the outer top two switches are not fitted, Mike"
13 hours ago
Scott Seickel replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"Very slightly revised layout below.  I made the dial hole 7-7/8", even though mine is 7-15/16".  My bezel fits fine, but the slightly smaller hole is ok also.  Better to be slightly smaller.  I also lowered the eyes by…"
14 hours ago
mike hadley replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"Scott Thanks for this, exactly what is wanted Mike"
17 hours ago
Scott Seickel replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"EH%20Scott%20Philharmonic%20Panel%20Layout.pdf Here is a CAD drawing of the front panel layout.  If you have access to a cnc router, I can supply the cad file.  Kent, can you upload this to the files section so others can find it in the…"
17 hours ago
David C. Poland replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"from a Scott Philharmonic panel drilling layout drawing (source forgotten): The eye holes are 5/8" radius - so a 1 1/4 (or even 1 1/8 th " spade bit is suitable.   Center points of eye holes are 8 inches apart and  9 inches…"
23 hours ago
Scott Seickel replied to mike hadley's discussion Philly panel drilling
"I can take some measurements, but I am not exactly sure what you are looking for?"
yesterday
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Philly panel drilling

Help wanted,Does anyone have a drilling / hole drawing for a seven knob philharmonic, I can work out the control shaft and dial dimensions, it's the position of the two eye tubes that is causing me a problem.many thanks in advanceMikeSee More
yesterday
mike hadley replied to mike hadley's discussion new philly
"Thanks Kent, looks like a couple of terry clips and some pressed steel molding should do the trick, I ma already have these somewhere in the junkpile. Mike"
Monday
Kent King replied to mike hadley's discussion new philly
"Here are a few images of the tuning eye bracket:"
Monday
Kent King replied to mike hadley's discussion new philly
"FYI...I still have a few reproduction metal "bat handle" knobs as Scott pictured. When EHSHS repro'ed the bandswitch dial, we made a smaller number of the Philharmonic style knobs too. I don't have many of them. All proceeds go…"
Monday
David C. Poland replied to mike hadley's discussion new philly
"Nice effort to show the mechanism. FYI - the standard brown plastic knobs are 1 inch diameter, The larger tuning knob is more like 1 3/8 inch diameter. Is what my pointer Philharmonic has. Actually, the AW-15 AW- wood with inlay 23 type knobs might…"
Monday
mike hadley replied to mike hadley's discussion new philly
"Removing the dial from a philharmonic, the logging scale was not working, the tuning was very stiff, the log pointer and tuning pointer traveled around the dial together, this was because one of the drive gears had come adrift, only one way to fix…"
Sunday
mike hadley replied to mike hadley's discussion new philly
"Thanks Scott, i was going to reproduce a set of knobs aw15 style, this is still a fair way off, the dial is now off and the mechanics cleaned and repaired, tho old lubricant had set like concrete, took best part of the morning to get apart, I will…"
Sunday
Scott Seickel replied to mike hadley's discussion new philly
"Hi Mike, As for the notch filter, that can easily be adjusted by varying the capacitor values slightly. When you are ready, I have a Spice simulation that I can send you to find out what values will work best. The original knobs for this set are…"
Sunday

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