Machining of metals in my workshop.

I have several devices in my workshop which are allowing me machining of metals such as a steel, brass, and aluminium. I have a small modeling lathe Proxxon FD 150/E and precise milling machine Proxxon MF 70. The mill is being prepared to converse to CNC machining. I have almost all required components to converse this machine to CNC. I have just started machining and I must learn yet a lot. I have also some additional equipment like cutters for mill and lathe, precise vise, and a clamp for the mill which I can use to precise drilling holes on the plan of circle in equal distances or cutting rounded parts, but it will be not needed, when I end with remaking of this milling machine to CNC.I am planning to buy a saw for cutting metals and I need several other additional equipment. My workshop is still developing. I don't have a lot of financial resources for investing, so I try to buy exactly this what I need. Additionally, I need some organization in my machining workshop, and I plan to adapt more surface for my works. I am working and learning alone, and to help I have only Google and AI from the Internet. I have a lot of work yet to do. For now, I am focused on machining brass, because it is nice in machining material easy to machining. I must buy more raw materials for machining right now, because this quantity of material what I have is not sufficient for long-term learning.The lathe I have allows for longitudinal and transverse turning, as well as drilling of sleeves (with a drill up to 6.5 mm in diameter) and conical surfaces. It has two gears on the V-belt and smooth speed regulation. It can work with steel and other non-ferrous metals, as well as with plastics such as plexiglass. However, it is a miniature lathe (15 cm in centers), but it has a through hole in the spindle enabling the passage of shafts to the diameter. 8 mm to enable turning longer elements. All these parameters predefine the purpose of the device for modeling, jewelry and watchmaking work, just like in the case of the MF 70 milling machine. Mastering the skills of turning on a lathe and handling with milling machnes will allow me to gain a possibility to realize my most ambitious goals in mechnical technology based on application of centrifugal force and inertial effects and also will be usful in other application of technology that I plan to use.

I plan first to build a project based on the application of several heavy rollers rotating on assymetric orbit, there will be three the same inertial generators located on 120 degrees angle between them. The device is based on assymetric distribution of centrifugal force created during the work of the device, which is coming from the weight of the rollers in motion. This device first will be built using micro scale.