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    Default Mazak qt15 parts catcher

    It appears that i am buying a qt15 that a guy has for sale locally. T2 control super nice cond. seems like a parts catcher would be nice. I took a leap of faith and made a low ball offer on one of a hyundai hit15 on ebay. Do you recon this can be made to work on the mazak?

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    Bet that would be a P.I.T.A. to get to work!

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    I base my hope in the success on the two machines being the same mechanically, which they are supposed to be. But you may be right we'll see.

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    a qt15 t2 parts catcher is fairly simple. a hydraulic cylinder that swings an arm in an arc to bring the little bucket up. the tricky part will not be he install of the mechanical pieces it will be the electrical/logic part. support from Mazak is probly required but should be available.

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