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    I prefer not to say. And being that the pins, bushings, swing bolt and a few other small stainless parts are being made by another shop (They technically subb'd this out to me) that I work back and forth with, I don't really know the final price. I will say its 5 figures...

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    Groove machined in and deburred. Held +0.001, -.000" on diameter and width. Will have to see how they like it, may end up thinning the large bushing washers a touch as the swing arm needs a rubber hammer to convince to move at the moment. They may want it that way and let it wear in a touch with use.

    Now to hurry up and finish the bearing housing that gets clamped in there..

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    They sure could have simplified that thing and saved a lot of machining.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ewlsey View Post
    They sure could have simplified that thing and saved a lot of machining.
    Yeah, but then Jeff doesn't get the big payday....................................

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    Lol, that's not the way a paper mill works. They only know how much it costs them per hour if the machine is down.

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    I sure am glad this part is not any bigger or longer. You know its going to be scetchy when you have to shrink the turning tool up as far as it will go and still only have a little clearance. And the boring bar clears the end by maybe 1/4" on a tool change.

    I removed as much weight as I could on this in the Monarch so it wouldn't be too heavy hanging out of the chuck. Also capped the rpm quite low..


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    Dang it, I really should of put the stainless grade insert in the od tool before I clamped it way back in the turret and touched it off....

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    I'm thinkin' that you better let THCustoms run that set-up through his 'putor to see if it's safe, b/c it looks a tad bit scary from here!





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    So far its going just fine. Keep in mind everything has pretty much been roughed to within 1/8" or less. I sure wouldn't want to start with the original 323 lb 11" diameter slug in the turning center with a 8" chuck...

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    G50 S500!!!!!

    Really nice looking parts & the fact that a majority were made with a Haas is even more impressive!

    Quote Originally Posted by JP Machining View Post
    I sure am glad this part is not any bigger or longer. You know its going to be scetchy when you have to shrink the turning tool up as far as it will go and still only have a little clearance. And the boring bar clears the end by maybe 1/4" on a tool change.

    I removed as much weight as I could on this in the Monarch so it wouldn't be too heavy hanging out of the chuck. Also capped the rpm quite low..


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    Lol, I capped the spindle at 200. I'm over cautious.

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    I was jealous of DavidN's new welder so I picked this up at an auction the other day for a pretty good deal. Now just to find out if it works... But really I've been looking for a big mig welder for awhile as I always seem to be trying to weld way to thick of stuff for my Hobart Ironman 230, while this wont do pulse mig and probably not spool gun (not without a different feeder anyway) it will do spray transfer without even trying, something my little hobart couldn't even dream of doing.

    Its a Miller CP-302 with 22A feeder. 300 amps at 100% duty cycle.

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    Oh no yuh don't!
    Let's not get that spray-arc subject going again!



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    Quote Originally Posted by JP Machining View Post
    300 amps at 100% duty cycle.
    Jeebus! Bizzap!!!!!!

    Nice machine!

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    Thats 300 amps at 32v 100% duty. 390 amps at 32 volts 60% duty. I'm thinking you got to be running some pretty fat wire to get up to max amps.

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    Trust me, you will be happy. I picked up a Linde 400A unit 8 years ago and it'll blow holes in half inch plate if you turn it up a little.

    The feeder maxes out at 640ipm and you run it on 1.5 out of 10 (voltage setting) for quarter inch material.

    Mine does 100% duty, 400A at 38v. I love it because it's built out of a big 3ph transformer, and it has an inductance knob on the front. You can't beat big transformers for weld puddle characteristic!

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    Can't beat big amps for big plate................I still always have an eye out for a clean 450 Deltaweld with a decent feeder. They are usually really cheap because they are 3PH machines...........not that I need another welder. But up to 100% 450 amps and some 1/16" wire........yeehaw!!!!!

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