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    That is the coolest effin thing i have ever seen

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    k i'm impressed

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    SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I miss a step...
    At the beginning the helmet is machined from the bottom, then from the top.
    How is it turned?

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    thanks super fine works mmmmmm

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    Default That is impressive indeed


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    Machinist porn .

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    I would kill to own a DUM60p DuoBlock...

    Only about $350k.

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    I can't do that in my sleep!
    Aaron

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    I was drawing toolpaths last night for machining inlet ports on petrol engines conventionally .....I will now abandon my efforts.

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    Truly awesome! I'm thinking the average joe isn't programming that. Need quite a product to back up that purchase.

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    I'm as impressed with the manual mills that Maho and Deckel used to make before they were combined

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    WOW!!! What more can anyone say, just glad that I wasn't the one given the job of programming it.

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    Here is another video done by the same guys, very well done indeed!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=reBPyJeyPac


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