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    Our maintenance cost increased 60% We have Mill,...

    Our maintenance cost increased 60%
    We have Mill, Mill 3d, lathe and lathe entry licenses.
    We are looking other options now
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    What is the price tag for this machine? It look...

    What is the price tag for this machine? It look interrsting
  3. Thread: Johnford CNC Lathe

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    "our SDMC-6000 had to be repaired every week."...

    "our SDMC-6000 had to be repaired every week." G-coder, Is that the only Johnford you have used? I have had good experiece with Johnford vmc`s and Dmc´s. Our Dmc-2600 is about year old and we haven´t...
  4. Thread: hole making

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    What kind of feed and speed are you using when...

    What kind of feed and speed are you using when reaming? For my experience with aluminium you need to use relatively slow rpm to avoid the reamer to "squeal" and making the hole too big.
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    Maintained and quality machine should hold that...

    Maintained and quality machine should hold that accuracy easily. We have two vmc´s and we did accuracy test to them sometime ago. Machined a round part and put them to 3d measuring machine. First...
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    We use lathe for this work. Drill is in the...

    We use lathe for this work. Drill is in the tailstock, that is attached to the carriage. I dont think the coolant pump in this lathe produces enough pressure for a gun drill..
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    We use lathe for this work. Drill is in the...

    We use lathe for this work. Drill is in the tailstock, that is attached to the carriage. I dont think the coolant pump in this lathe produces enough pressure for a gun drill..
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    Guhring doesnt have thru coolant drills in that...

    Guhring doesnt have thru coolant drills in that lenght. We tried normal "solid" drill from guhring but it heats up and brokes easily in the end. It is also very slow because you have to retract it...
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    Guhring doesnt have thru coolant drills in that...

    Guhring doesnt have thru coolant drills in that lenght. We tried normal "solid" drill from guhring but it heats up and brokes easily in the end. It is also very slow because you have to retract it...
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    Oh I forgot... Its 16mm drill.

    Oh I forgot... Its 16mm drill.
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    Oh I forgot... Its 16mm drill.

    Oh I forgot... Its 16mm drill.
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    We have a job where we need to drill a 425mm long...

    We have a job where we need to drill a 425mm long lubrication way to a shaft from one end. We had a thru coolant drill that could go that long, but it lost 1/3 of its lenght when a chip got between...
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    We have a job where we need to drill a 425mm long...

    We have a job where we need to drill a 425mm long lubrication way to a shaft from one end. We had a thru coolant drill that could go that long, but it lost 1/3 of its lenght when a chip got between...
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    I once lost my O9000 macros when I forgot control...

    I once lost my O9000 macros when I forgot control on input mode and turned the power off. Next morning when I powered it up, I got some error message so I looked from Fanuc manual what it was. Turns...
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    It depends what coolant you use. Multiply the...

    It depends what coolant you use. Multiply the result with the refractive index (should be somewhere in the product data sheet).

    There is some info...
  16. Age 23. I started ten years ago, first just...

    Age 23. I started ten years ago, first just sweeping chips, then got to run some production machining, mostly on weekends and on holidays. Now I´ve been machining 4 years full time. programming,...
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