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  1. Thread: CNC Drag Knife

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    CNC Drag Knife

    I've been making these for several years. I had them discontinued for a while but they are back now.

    CNC Drag Knife

    279664

    Thanks
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    Correct, USPS priority in many cases goes from...

    Correct, USPS priority in many cases goes from coast to coast in two days, so would be fair to compare to UPS Blue, not ground. UPS is the way to go when they get a heavier, but if it fits in a flat...
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    Have you used the Logo? I looked at it but it...

    Have you used the Logo? I looked at it but it doesn't seem to be able to run ladder. It looked like a bunch if independent commands floating around flow chart style which didn't seem like you could...
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    I would think Siemens. Type of code I'd go with...

    I would think Siemens. Type of code I'd go with what the group would be good with. I like ladder because it's very visual so debug is easy, but I've done it both ways. Text is maybe easier to walk...
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    Now if only the Grainger catalogs were worth...

    Now if only the Grainger catalogs were worth anything. They keep sending them..

    Also, I only made 0.60 USPS medium box is now 13.20 ;( JW nicely sent it F&F otherwise I might have lost money...
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    gone, thanks

    gone, thanks
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    McMaster Catalog #126 - pay to ship +$1

    #126 just showed up, don't want it. It will fit in a flat rate box. $12.80 + $1 handling fee. PM and I'll give you me paypal email.

    Thanks
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    The current post doesn't work for me. I've...

    The current post doesn't work for me. I've tried. I'm not sure exactly why, but I assume it's my old version. When I got my machine a couple years ago, the "current" post did work and that's what...
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    My main problem here was not understanding what...

    My main problem here was not understanding what my CAM program offers in addition to not really knowing the basics ;)

    Inventor HSM has these options: (I've been getting along up to this point by...
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    Ok, I think I'm doing it wrong. I don't need to...

    Ok, I think I'm doing it wrong. I don't need to be inserting this as a pass through at all. there is an option in the tool path setup for "wear" compensation and it puts it after the TC and after...
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    Not sure what to change. The pass through puts...

    Not sure what to change. The pass through puts it at the end of the last toolpath. I don't know how I would get it to go between the TC and the paths associated with it


    Writes the specified...
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    There are various sizes. One for example is...

    There are various sizes. One for example is 11.5mm with a 6.35mm end mill.
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    Because I live in a cave. Perpetual license.. no...

    Because I live in a cave. Perpetual license.. no maintenance, no updates, and I like it ;)
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    The manual also indicates you need to call the...

    The manual also indicates you need to call the tool # (G41 D#), but you don’t. In fact, I’m not sure I need to insert the G40 to turn it off… just let the next tool change do it.

    I got lots or...
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    I used a 30 gallon DeWalt for a while. Capacity...

    I used a 30 gallon DeWalt for a while. Capacity was ok if it was meant to run a lot (charge several times/hr). It was not and died in a few months. I had used a dessicant dryer, but I'm not sure...
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    cutting air it is, thanks for the help

    cutting air it is, thanks for the help
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    My workaround is to cut air and put the G41 call...

    My workaround is to cut air and put the G41 call in between. So this works:

    (cutting air)
    G01 X47.175 Y-37.273 Z24.034
    G01 X47.15 Y-37.229 Z24.105
    G01 X47.131 Y-37.198 Z24.184
    G01 X47.12...
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    G41 on a Speedio - mostly working

    Trying to insert a G41 into code to tweak a bore size on a part. For some reason, if the call is before the G100 toolchange it doesn't work. The G40 is shown to be active while boring. If I do two...
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    276180 front page

    276180

    front page
  20. OP bought powered speakers, so should be balanced...

    OP bought powered speakers, so should be balanced signal wire not speaker wire. XLR or TRS. Headphone jack is unbalanced which can adpapt up to 1/4 TR. Over 20 feet you want balanced.
  21. Seriously, the Roland Keyboard amps sound great...

    Seriously, the Roland Keyboard amps sound great and put out more than the wattage would seem to indicate. I'd probably buy this one: KC200 new Behringer in kinda bottom feeder quality from what I...
  22. Correction: I have a KC-100(!) in my 60x20 and is...

    Correction: I have a KC-100(!) in my 60x20 and is more than enough power. 4 x 550W sounds like way more than you need.
  23. I use a Roland KC-300 keyboard amplifier. It has...

    I use a Roland KC-300 keyboard amplifier. It has plenty of power for my 60x20 shop and I never turn it up past half way. It takes two unbalanced 1/4 TR connectors. You can get rca to 1/4 TR paired...
  24. I'm looking at retail being 275. I'm thinking to...

    I'm looking at retail being 275. I'm thinking to send the first few out at a discount, so 220. Right now, I'm trying to get feedback on the design (still need cat40 volunteer) then I'll need 3-4...
  25. I'm hoping to sell them shortly so I don't want...

    I'm hoping to sell them shortly so I don't want to give away the design. It wouldn't be worth it anyway, it would take a lot of time to make just one. Thanks!
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