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    They shut down to retool for the next model year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HYPERTUNE View Post
    Yes It's a 2.5" Sandvik slot cutter. I was amazed when I started pushing this thing a little. I'm pretty sure I'm no where near it's limits at the moment either.
    I think it's my favorite tool
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    Do you know which model that sandvik saw is? I have just run into a situation where a saw I could run that fast would be very useful. Thanks!

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    That sounds like a bearing to me. If you've got accuracy problems, I'd look at the thrust bearings on the screw and the motor bearings.

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    Hot damn that is impressive, makes me think there is a little very tired elf in my Lancer's tool changer. Maybe I should give a break and some food to speed up my M6

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Cross View Post
    Do you know which model that sandvik saw is? I have just run into a situation where a saw I could run that fast would be very useful. Thanks!
    No problem. The tool I'm using is R331.35-063A25CM060

    And it can be found here:

    http://www2.coromant.sandvik.com/cor.../main_d_17.pdf

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    Cool Video. I love the end with the Saw. Reminds me of a 70's video where the guy got a hold of some bad crack and everything gets all stretchy.


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