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    Don't forget those regen resistors, I have warmed...

    Don't forget those regen resistors, I have warmed my lunch thousands of times just setting it atop of the resistor box for a half an hour.
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    I would think that how well the building is...

    I would think that how well the building is insulated would have a lot to do with the amount of BTU's needed.
    Don't forget about the stack of resisters on the back of the Haas where they dump the...
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    I would hire such a person to clean up, it...

    I would hire such a person to clean up, it shouldn't take long for them to learn not to throw away everything found on the floor ( tools, inserts etc.). There are only two of us work here and some...
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    We have these posted on all doors into the shop,...

    We have these posted on all doors into the shop, It don't help much.

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  5. For a lot of years we have had as many as 9 Haas...

    For a lot of years we have had as many as 9 Haas CNC machines running. I have been using a Curtis 7.5 hp as my main compressor with an Atlas Copco 15 hp screw as a backup. When I bought the Atlas it...
  6. I might be inclined to use a single phase unit...

    I might be inclined to use a single phase unit taking its power from the house panel and pipe the air to the shop
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    I had a 5c rotary that did something like that,...

    I had a 5c rotary that did something like that, somewhere along the line the motor got knocked hard enough to shift it some, long story short we loosened four 10-32 screws that held the motor to the...
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    there is a switch in the pump motor itself that...

    there is a switch in the pump motor itself that gets flunky sometimes
  9. I made a set of these and am able to fork the end...

    I made a set of these and am able to fork the end without wheels then run over gravel and mud on a pair of doug fir 2 x 12's. with a 6k forklift

    Machinery moving skis
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    Mine has do do double duty as a snow plow with a...

    Mine has do do double duty as a snow plow with a 10 foot forkable blade

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  11. Any of these look right? 277179

    Any of these look right?
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    277144 277145 Out and ready to ship unless...

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    Out and ready to ship unless you want the rest of the locking stuff too
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    I think it's from watching the morning news and...

    I think it's from watching the morning news and listening to the college educated reporters speak in incomplete sentences, headlines, or text, then they tell us how to dress our childeren and to put...
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    Does this look correct? 277138 Is the long rod...

    Does this look correct?
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    Is the long rod to the lock part of it?
    How does one extract it?
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    I am working on my 2nd HEM saw, the first I...

    I am working on my 2nd HEM saw, the first I bought 10 yrs old 30 years ago, used it for 10 more. My need for miter cuts led to the purchase second one, I have been using it for 20+ years. They are...
  16. A bit of missing info is how many of these we are...

    A bit of missing info is how many of these we are making, for a few hundred I think I would drop a blank in a vise just as you have in your first pic, face it off, chamfer the od and drill 3 holes in...
  17. I make a lot more of these than I would like...

    I make a lot more of these than I would like these days

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    Anything heavy enough one would need a hoist to...

    Anything heavy enough one would need a hoist to pick up would likely find its way through the floor of many cargo trailers. A horse trailer mught be better.
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    Everything is illegal in California, however,...

    Everything is illegal in California, however, nobody really cares if you do it.
  20. I have removed the lower skirt from all of my VF...

    I have removed the lower skirt from all of my VF machines to allow easier access to the coolant pan.
  21. Thread: Haas Beeper

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    I have a German Shorthair pointer, not a hunting...

    I have a German Shorthair pointer, not a hunting dog per-say, but she will come a running as fast as she can go from anywhere on 5 acres the instant I charge the first air cylinder on my Hem...
  22. Thread: Haas vf-2

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    Does your coolant freeze? Frosty buttcheeks is a...

    Does your coolant freeze? Frosty buttcheeks is a whole nother issue.

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    Somehow all of the sudden there is a rash of...

    Somehow all of the sudden there is a rash of people asking for advise, responding to suggestions, then posting their decisions.
    This is awesome!
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    I was running some medical parts one time some...

    I was running some medical parts one time some years back, they were 2" 2011 aluminum. Once the part was finished and parted off you could set it on a bench and bubbles would come from the center for...
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    What if you rotate it 45 degrees and put the...

    What if you rotate it 45 degrees and put the computer access in the corner? The chip outlet can be turned to eject out the front of the machine. I remove the skirts from the coolant pan side of the...
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