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    Lightbulb Downloadable CNC Wall Chart

    Hi everyone! We made a CNC Wall Chart that compiles go-to reference materials for CNC machinists. For instance the chart has info on common milling materials, G-Code reference charts, a Drill & Tap chart (in inches and millimeters), and more. If you're interested, you can download the chart here: Bantam Tools Wall Chart cnc-wall-chart-picture.jpg

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    How much junk mail comes with it when you give out your e-mail address?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How much junk mail comes with it when you give out your e-mail address?
    C'mon, don't you know you are supposed to make throw away gmail accounts for this stuff??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike1974 View Post
    C'mon, don't you know you are supposed to make throw away gmail accounts for this stuff??
    I got one. It fills up so fast it isn't even funny.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How much junk mail comes with it when you give out your e-mail address?
    I just put in your email address...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    How much junk mail comes with it when you give out your e-mail address?
    Quote Originally Posted by jancollc View Post
    I just put in your email address...
    Whenever some place wants an address and phone number I use the ones I had 25 years ago. It seems some of those spammers know when a phone number can't possibly doesn't match an address. I bet some poor person that owns my old house gets lots of junk mail.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dualkit View Post
    Whenever some place wants an address and phone number I use the ones I had 25 years ago. It seems some of those spammers know when a phone number can't possibly doesn't match an address. I bet some poor person that owns my old house gets lots of junk mail.
    You know who's the worst? I contacted one of those Obamacare "Navigators" about 4 years ago. They were listed on the WA State exchange website. Did it online, was stupid enough to give my real phone number. Big mistake.

    Now I get daily robocalls on my cell for health insurance, spoofed phone numbers, my blocked caller list is many pages long now- several hundred numbers.

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    Given the file how does one print a nice sized wall reference chart?
    Buy a clue from Valenite, Sandvick , Kennametal.
    You print these up on poster size laminated stock in volumes and give them away like free candy.
    Better than calendars as they stay up for years.

    I can't even see the whole chart/sheet, how would I know I want one and a paper one is not going to last long in a machine shop.
    Easy to draw one of the up and put on the net, another to make the commitment of your own money behind such advertising.
    Bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbideBob View Post
    Given the file how does one print a nice sized wall reference chart?
    Buy a clue from Valenite, Sandvick , Kennametal.
    You print these up on poster size laminated stock in volumes and give them away like free candy.
    Better than calendars as they stay up for years.

    I can't even see the whole chart/sheet, how would I know I want one and a paper one is not going to last long in a machine shop.
    Easy to draw one of the up and put on the net, another to make the commitment of your own money behind such advertising.
    Bob
    The engine machine shop my buddy owns still has calendars up from the '80's, but the girls are very good looking and just as scantily clad.

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    What's a CNC machinist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by plastikdreams View Post
    What's a CNC machinist?
    dude-3d-character-pushing-large-green-button-hgc5tc.jpg
    ..………………….

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    Quote Originally Posted by Larry Dickman View Post
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    That's rich

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    Multiple threads with same subject posted by OP, no response after harvesting my email, BEWARE, this is a spammer collecting email addresses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    The engine machine shop my buddy owns still has calendars up from the '80's, but the girls are very good looking and just as scantily clad.
    But they are babushkas now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichaelP View Post
    But they are babushkas now.
    I am glad someone buys the babushka calendars, please dont post any pics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob F. View Post
    I am glad someone buys the babushka calendars, please dont post any pics.
    Scantily clad babushkas must look yummy to any CNC machinist who provided his real e-mail address to the OP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drcoelho View Post
    Multiple threads with same subject posted by OP, no response after harvesting my email, BEWARE, this is a spammer collecting email addresses.
    He's only ever made Two posts. Why on earth did you ever click on that?

    What's about 1/16th of a Tormach? Apparently Bantam are at this level of technology.



    Mickey Mouse Desktop PCD machines at Sub $4k. I sincerely hope that company isn't paying that prick S.E.O (Search Engine Optimisation) money. Could he / she get the wrong demographic, if they tried.

    It goes without saying, given the way this place is high priority Google engine searched.

    bantamtools.com are dirty spam-bots, email harvester's
    bantamtools.com are dirty spam-bots, email harvester's
    bantamtools.com are dirty spam-bots, email harvester's
    bantamtools.com are dirty spam-bots, email harvester's

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    Quote Originally Posted by drcoelho View Post
    Multiple threads with same subject posted by OP, no response after harvesting my email, BEWARE, this is a spammer collecting email addresses.
    You really may want to think twice about getting a CNC...

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    screenshot_2019-04-20-bantam-tools-wall-chart.jpg

    A better picture without the popup....

    I think it's best just to keep using the charts, that I already have...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbideBob View Post
    Given the file how does one print a nice sized wall reference chart?
    Buy a clue from Valenite, Sandvick , Kennametal.
    You print these up on poster size laminated stock in volumes and give them away like free candy.
    Better than calendars as they stay up for years.

    I can't even see the whole chart/sheet, how would I know I want one and a paper one is not going to last long in a machine shop.
    Easy to draw one of the up and put on the net, another to make the commitment of your own money behind such advertising.
    Bob
    I still have a chart hanging on the side of the shop fridge from Precision twist drills. I think I have had it 25 years. It was a give away at a So Cal machinist supply store I used to frequent back in the day.


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