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    Quote Originally Posted by Machinist_max View Post
    I am looking for suggestions on strapping this to my flatbed.
    I have moved many machines and have a cdl, but have never moved something with a open top enclosure. I am afraid of twisting it.
    IS there pockets I can chain at the base or hook my binders to?
    You can download the manual from the Haas website that has all of the suggested methods for lifting and strapping it. If it doesn't have the original shipping brackets, you may want to make some, or plan on securing the door and spindle another way.

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    There are some places you can put straps over the castings, and you can also hook to the coolant chamber cutouts in the base. It seems like I have also bolted them down through the feet, straight to the bed of the truck. They don't weigh that much and they are pretty stable on the truck.

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    img_1135.jpgimg_1134.jpgimg_1133.jpgimg_1132.jpgimg_1123.jpg
    Well this is what I bought
    4926 HRS spindle on time!!!!
    750$ for the 4th axis
    Just needs a good scrubbing its kinds covered with that black dust that shops tend to create.
    The controller is perfectly clean

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    Quote Originally Posted by Machinist_max View Post
    img_1135.jpgimg_1134.jpgimg_1133.jpgimg_1132.jpgimg_1123.jpg
    Well this is what I bought
    4926 HRS spindle on time!!!!
    750$ for the 4th axis
    Just needs a good scrubbing its kinds covered with that black dust that shops tend to create.
    The controller is perfectly clean

    Good job, it looks better than mine That will clean up nice.

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    Any suggestions for cleaning the tool changer?

    How much do we trust fork extensions when picking this? I only have 36" forks, but have fork extensions. 48" is needed to get the weight 75% over the fork truck.

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    Also which rs232 to usb cables seem to work best with this mini?
    Im very much used to a usb thumb drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Machinist_max View Post
    Also which rs232 to usb cables seem to work best with this mini?
    Im very much used to a usb thumb drive.
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