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    It absolutely is an LR15. Unless they put the...

    It absolutely is an LR15. Unless they put the wrong nameplate on the machine LOL
    OSP5020L control, suppose I could start a new thread titled specifically to this control.
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    Bumping this thread again. I have an Okuma LR15,...

    Bumping this thread again. I have an Okuma LR15, twin turret, and use P-codes in the program. I have an N# at the beginning of each tool change. I've tried to do the program mid-start, but I'm...
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    That's strange... How are you getting to that...

    That's strange... How are you getting to that point? I have an LR15 twin turret, here's an example of some code I've run.

    (UPPER TURRET)
    (T1 CNMG .031R)
    (T2 VNMG .015R)
    (T5 .500 CENTERDRILL)...
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    Ah, I see it now. Somehow I missed that detail...

    Ah, I see it now. Somehow I missed that detail the 1st time I looked on their site.
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    I'm not following, but that's ok. 108", not bad...

    I'm not following, but that's ok. 108", not bad really. So the head doesn't go up and down like the Sharp SV2412 does?
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    Hopefully... with a metal roof, so *hopefully* it...

    Hopefully... with a metal roof, so *hopefully* it slides off easily either on it's own, or if I need to shovel it when it gets heavy. I'm limited in slope in my case.. I'm planning to add onto my...
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    exactly!!!

    exactly!!!
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    I don't believe I'll have to clarify anything to...

    I don't believe I'll have to clarify anything to any builders, it'll likely be me building it lol
    It'll be a slanted ceiling likely, taller on one side than the other, and my intent is to have the...
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    *facepalm* lol

    *facepalm* lol
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    My bad Ox, I must have fat-fingered-deleted the...

    My bad Ox, I must have fat-fingered-deleted the 't during my typing, you had included it originally. I did a bad quoting job. LOL
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    Not currently! Planning to add on though this yr...

    Not currently! Planning to add on though this yr or next, would be a good data point, to help dictate what ceiling height to go with. 10ft, 11ft, 12ft, 14ft, etc.

    Obviously wouldn't fit in my...
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    I see Okuma doesn't list external machine...

    I see Okuma doesn't list external machine dimensions on their site. Approximately what is the overall height of the machine with the Z up?
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    Send it! Plunge, dress, repeat X-times based on...

    Send it! Plunge, dress, repeat X-times based on wheel width, then traverse grind. Gravy. Well, on a CNC it'd be gravy anyway. Would have more time into setting up to turn it, rather than plunging it...
  14. In regard to grinding, he mentioned the groove...

    In regard to grinding, he mentioned the groove width being narrower at the OD. I don't think you're going to get much of a grinding wheel in there and have room/clearance to do anything without...
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    You are correct.

    You are correct.
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    Ox, I should clarify, when I knurled pre-hard...

    Ox, I should clarify, when I knurled pre-hard 4140 before, it was with a forming tool from Accu-Trak, Straddle-type with convex knurls. Worked very well, knurled about a 3" length on 1" nominal OD...
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    No, when I ran pony motors, I had a loose belt...

    No, when I ran pony motors, I had a loose belt with a hand-operated tensioner. Kick on pony motor, pull tensioner, switch on power to RPC, then kill pony motor and release belt.
  18. Negative here

    Negative here
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    I've knurled prehardened 4140, no problem.

    I've knurled prehardened 4140, no problem.
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    On a related note of PRC's hopefully not...

    On a related note of PRC's hopefully not furthering off-topic discussion, I have 3 RPC's in my garage shop, I just went and checked my idling loads.
    (small scale shop, not out there every day,...
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    Sticky: TD-4242, should have over current protection...

    TD-4242, should have over current protection device for that anyway.
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    Quite the diamond at the 0:28 mark.

    Quite the diamond at the 0:28 mark.
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    FWIW, I knurled a job in the CNC lathe recently...

    FWIW, I knurled a job in the CNC lathe recently that was 4140 pre-hard, picked up an Accu-Trak straddle-type knurling tool with 64DP convex knurl rolls, worked slick. I was running 200rpm, .030ipr...
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    Yeah, being in Maine, it's about as far away as...

    Yeah, being in Maine, it's about as far away as you can get on the continent.
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    Maine Machine in South Paris (not coastal) has a...

    Maine Machine in South Paris (not coastal) has a small Blanchard grinder, may give them a shout. Not sure if he's still there, but a few yrs ago I had contacted Dan Landry there in regards to a...
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