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    Scojen,

    The sauce can be added to the butter in the coolant tank.

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    Don't forget if you do it on a mill you need the fixturing thingys to tilt the turkey At 15 degrees to keep the juices in the cavity. You don't have to worry about the juices running out out when you turn it 180 to distribute them because it's freaking impossible to figure out how to get set the dohickeys set up to do it.



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    oh no!
    i had my boss order a through the tool basting fluid brush. tried out my program. i kept bumping up the rpm and got to 100 and one of the wings expapanded and broke the new baster. fortunately we ordered 2 tools. so i figured i would tie the wings down with string. i ran 2 birds and the string's knot unravelled and the same thing happened again. then i remembered something: the reason i wear velcro shoes is because i dont know how to tie knots. we have 20 turkeys to baste and are 4 days overdue on the order.

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    I would reduce the rpm to 99 and try again, 99.5 rpm would be better but most machines won't accept decimal RPM's.

    If we go UP real slow on speeds and feeds to make sure we don't break things, I feel it is also important when using the wrong tools, equipment, and operator to reduce the speed/feed even slower to make sure we find the EXACT point where it starts to work properly. This saves a lot of time because if we overshoot into the safe zone it will take us montths to increase feed/speed enough to come back into the failure zone again and verify it's boundries.

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    so that's how you spell
    dohickeys

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    Doohickies


    Bill,
    The best philosophy on basting and machining in general that I have ever read!

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    Will your advice about slowing down is bad, Pi should stay at high rpm, maybe even more extreme to 102 rpm but im not sure technology today could handle that, also it might be wise to use negative insert, just reverse your spindle and you have negative inserts, you can use G96 -102 just incase you forgot the code (so you dont have to read your manual )

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    Tues--99 rpm
    wed--99.01 rpm
    thur--99.02 rpm
    fri--99.03 rpm
    etc.

    These big jumps I have been seeing posted are very alarming. Lets all be a bit more conservative for the sake of the bird and the operator.

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    ok. i got all the turkeys done. there were only 16 turkeys, not 20. the saw guy must have miscounted. man i gotta take a s'hit!!!

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    Pi dude, I hate to break it to you, but before you rode your bike those 94 miles ?? I took the seat off but left the post, that feeling does not mean you have to use the restroom.

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    Damn Eastern block guys can't count for ****. Especialy the old ones that won't teach him how to manually count for ****.

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    pah, I've been msterbasting for years and alway get a good result with a 4 inch stroke at 2 Hz speeded up on the pre- finish and finish cycles- this gives an excellent finish.

    Incidental, I've looked into vibration isolation, but paradoxicaly a little vibration seemes to IMPROVE the finish.

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    what do you guys use for basting sauce?

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    Wd 40

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    Spindura 22 oil. It's light and doesn't leave an over "bearing" after taste.

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    Spindura 22 oil. It's light and doesn't leave an over "bearing" after taste.
    Oh now that's just sick!!

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    Yes, I know this is an OLD thread, but I haven't read anything this funny ever before in my life.... That pi guy....... ROFLMAO

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    It shows him as Stainless. I thought he was banned for peddling his/some pirated software?

    Brent

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    Quote Originally Posted by yardbird View Post
    It shows him as Stainless. I thought he was banned for peddling his/some pirated software?

    Brent
    He should have been banned for fighting and picking on Solar71.

    Lots of:





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    That pi character's conduct makes the rest of us look like Sunday School students.
    Look up his started threads. Great entertainment there.


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