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    stainless steel workpiece .A 12mm open drilling process & the same drill hole .A 15mm endmil counter bore 6mm depth 10 holes.CHIP locking how to solve it
    Last edited by [email protected]; 12-29-2017 at 09:05 AM. Reason: error typing

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    We need much more info, .this isn't a dollar a letter telegram, ............and as we can be ''quite nice'' a please / thank you don't go amiss either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    stainless steel workpiece .A 12mm open drilling process & the same drill hole .A 15mm endmil counter bore 6mm depth 10 holes.CHIP locking how to solve it
    Post #1. Which one are you having the problem with? The 12 mm drill or the 15mm end mill? I'm guessing the drill, But that would only be a guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    stainless steel workpiece .A 12mm open drilling process & the same drill hole .A 15mm endmil counter bore 6mm depth 10 holes.CHIP locking how to solve it
    no coolant and chips often stick to tool

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    WHAT THE FUCK is chip locking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    WHAT THE FUCK is chip locking?


    LOL...wondering about that myself.

    Assume its lack of lubricant/coolant and chips welding in flutes. If thats is the problem...flood coolant or cutting oil and/or slow the tool down, peck to allow chips to escape.

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    use a coolant tru spindle in combination with the collets with coolant holes. or if possible you can mill the counterbore in a helix shape

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    WHAT THE FUCK is chip locking?
    Its when you just made some awesome home made green chile salsa, or french onion
    dip(the real way with REAL carmelized onions) and the old lady is pissed at you
    because you didn't take the trash out, so she locks the chips in the closet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobw View Post
    Its when you just made some awesome home made green chile salsa, or french onion
    dip(the real way with REAL carmelized onions) and the old lady is pissed at you
    because you didn't take the trash out, so she locks the chips in the closet.
    And you in the dog house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Limy Sami View Post
    And you in the dog house.
    The dog house I built is nicer than the "house" (1963 double wide) I used to live in.
    I could handle that.. Its been dubbed the "Dog Majal".

    The real punishment is when she takes the remote and puts the TV on LifeTime.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobw View Post
    The real punishment is when she takes the remote and puts the TV on LifeTime.
    The trick is to have a second, hidden remote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mtndew View Post
    WHAT THE FUCK is chip locking?
    I thought it was the reason I have scars all down my arms and back and in my ear canal. Running a Manual Lathe, is "chip blocking" I thought it might be lost in translation or the written word.

    Maybe "chip locking" is when Bob's wife just wants to watch reruns on Chips. Or some political agenda with Children and health insurance. Or when your eating in England and the french fry gets stuck in your throat. OR a Golf thing.

    R

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    if you are fluent in multiple languages maybe you can say something about a persons english. you might want to be more tolerant of a persons english. in England many Americans have been told they speak bad english too. and in the UK they have accents like Scottish and Welsh and others where you can easily be not understood.
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    i saw a documentary on old English from 900 years ago and the "english" like 90% of i could not understand it, thats how much a language can change.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMF_TomB View Post
    if you are fluent in multiple languages maybe you can say something about a persons english. you might want to be more tolerant of a persons english. in England many Americans have been told they speak bad english too. and in the UK they have accents like Scottish and Welsh and others where you can easily be not understood.
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    i saw a documentary on old English from 900 years ago and the "english" like 90% of i could not understand it, thats how much a language can change.
    That's true Tom, I very rarely, if ever, understand a fucking word of what you say, and I don't even hear your accent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMF_TomB View Post
    if you are fluent in multiple languages maybe you can say something about a persons english. you might want to be more tolerant of a persons english. in England many Americans have been told they speak bad english too. and in the UK they have accents like Scottish and Welsh and others where you can easily be not understood.
    .
    i saw a documentary on old English from 900 years ago and the "english" like 90% of i could not understand it, thats how much a language can change.
    FYI Scottish and welsh are not English except when it comes to government hand outs, they both took a vote on it so its no longer accent, it can be there own bloody language too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobw View Post
    The dog house I built is nicer than the "house" (1963 double wide) I used to live in.
    I could handle that.. Its been dubbed the "Dog Majal".

    The real punishment is when she takes the remote and puts the TV on LifeTime.
    Or worse yet hallmark channel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    Or worse yet hallmark channel.
    One of the worst is the ID channel.. Murder and Death.. I get enough real life
    in real life, I don't need to watch it on TV also.. That's the Misses normal TV..

    The funny thing with the Lifetime threat, when she carries it out... Its usually
    a crappy movie that ends up not being all that bad, and far better than "How to Kill
    Your Husband" on the ID network.

    I can't complain.. She lets me watch Football, Racing, South Park, The Simpsons, Gold
    Rush and all the other stupid stuff that I enjoy... Stuff that has NOTHING to do with
    real life... She can't handle Bob's Burgers and Lord of the Rings, and I think I finally
    pushed her over the edge on the Harry Potter. And the fit she pitches if I put on Ancient
    Aliens is award winning. (I don't like that show either, just the reaction).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Milland View Post
    The trick is to have a second, hidden remote.
    The secret is to have a second, hidden female..

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    Quote Originally Posted by [email protected] View Post
    stainless steel workpiece .A 12mm open drilling process & the same drill hole .A 15mm endmil counter bore 6mm depth 10 holes.CHIP locking how to solve it
    The chips are clogging the counter bore and galling the machined surface? Is my best guess.

    The solution would be improving chip evacuation. Maybe, blow out the holes after drilling is a simple example.

    Does it look like this galling - Google Search
    Last edited by Cheshire; 01-01-2018 at 11:56 AM. Reason: add info

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    Quote Originally Posted by DMF_TomB View Post
    if you are fluent in multiple languages maybe you can say something about a persons english. you might want to be more tolerant of a persons english. in England many Americans have been told they speak bad english too. and in the UK they have accents like Scottish and Welsh and others where you can easily be not understood.
    .
    i saw a documentary on old English from 900 years ago and the "english" like 90% of i could not understand it, thats how much a language can change.
    Oh fuck off.
    Don't presume to know my intentions or tolerances.

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