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    OT-Who's still got one of these?

    190665

    Who's still got one of these?
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    You will never guess!!

    You will never guess!!
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    Interesting or Unique Places You Have Trained

    Hello Community!

    This Sunday I will fly to Southern Germany for some CNC training. This will be the third time in the last 5 years I have had the opportunity to do so. It's a great opportunity to...
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    We have a customer that has 6 of these installed...

    We have a customer that has 6 of these installed on various Haas VMC's. We had a great conversation on pros vs. cons. The feedback I get is that they are reliable and simple, pretty good "bang for...
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    This is hilarious! Thanks for the laugh!!

    This is hilarious! Thanks for the laugh!!
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    HA! Awesome.

    HA! Awesome.
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    @charlie gary Great input. There is certainly...

    @charlie gary Great input. There is certainly value in capacity.
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    @ IronReb Great point!

    @ IronReb Great point!
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    The Unseen Capacity

    Hello,

    I just read a good article in MMS about manufacturing capacity utilization in the USA. Long story short, per the Federal Reserve about 24% of the capacity in an average plant has been...
  10. That's awesome!

    That's awesome!
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    I watched the video. Pretty cool stuff. The jaws...

    I watched the video. Pretty cool stuff. The jaws are removed when "significant force" is applied. How much force or what sort of clamping force can be expected?
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    Here is a Danish partner for Lang, they would be...

    Here is a Danish partner for Lang, they would be happy to assist with this set up;

    KJV A/S
    Herluf Trolles Vej 3
    DK-5220 Odense SØ

    Fon: +45 70 112244
    Fax: +45 46 986710
    E-Mail: [email protected]
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    The raising of the part or "z-lift" is a common...

    The raising of the part or "z-lift" is a common phenomenon in all self centering vises. Torque or actuation force is typically the determining factor. The higher quality the vise, the smaller the...
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    Pricing is MUCH different in the USA. The small...

    Pricing is MUCH different in the USA. The small vise (47065) is only $815.00.
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    Hello, I sent you a PM; however, sometimes...

    Hello,

    I sent you a PM; however, sometimes they don't go through. Lang has some really good options for quick exchange fixtures. Workholding, zero-point clamping, grip-fix technology - Lang...
  16. Thread: Rancid Coolant

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    We have used simple fish tank or aquarium...

    We have used simple fish tank or aquarium aerators to help combat it. Also, we invested in a C-Thru Separator. coolantguy.com C-Thru - coolantguy.com . The combination of both have helped us...
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    That's odd Kevin, I responded to your PM twice. I...

    That's odd Kevin, I responded to your PM twice. I wonder why you did not receive it. I'll get with admin to find out what the issue is.
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    My apologies. Totally not my intention. I really...

    My apologies. Totally not my intention. I really do feel the Lang solution can be a huge help to people.
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    Lang doesn't offer a fixed jaw vise. Self...

    Lang doesn't offer a fixed jaw vise. Self centering only.
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    Congrats! That looks pretty awesome. Give me a...

    Congrats! That looks pretty awesome. Give me a shout if you want to look at some fixtures!

    Workholding, zero-point clamping, grip-fix technology - Lang Technovation co.
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    Using a Lang Grip Fix can circumvent the dovetail...

    Using a Lang Grip Fix can circumvent the dovetail process getting you down to only 2 op's easy and inexpensively! Workholding, zero-point clamping, grip-fix technology - Lang Technovation co.
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    Hello, Lang has a large variety of vises, some...

    Hello,

    Lang has a large variety of vises, some of which would work well in this application. Here is the website; Workholding, zero-point clamping, grip-fix technology - Lang Technovation co.
    ...
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    Hello Kevin, Please visit this website;...

    Hello Kevin,

    Please visit this website; Workholding, zero-point clamping, grip-fix technology - Lang Technovation co.

    Let me know if you have any questions. I would be happy to assist!

    Eric
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    Good morning. Although I don't know if this is...

    Good morning. Although I don't know if this is normal or not I have heard this before. We have a presetter that is typically over by about 0.05 mm and adjust processes accordingly.

    Did you try to...
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    I also think a vise would be your best option....

    I also think a vise would be your best option. You could run a dual (or larger) station vise. Machine your own profile if needed. Something with lower torque for high holding power. Example: Profile...
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