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    That stinks. I would if I could, but I left that...

    That stinks. I would if I could, but I left that place a few years ago and the owner has since sold the business. Sorry I can't help.
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    There's a link at the Mastercam University...

    There's a link at the Mastercam University website to download a fully functional Home Learning Edition. You just can't post with it but you can test drive everything.
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    Anyone know what would cause a 6176 C Axis...

    Anyone know what would cause a 6176 C Axis Unclamp alarm?
    I'm assuming the table isn't unclamping in time to it alarms out?
    We get this periodically but we hit reset and it goes away for days even...
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    Foiled!! We're about 1/2 way through but it...

    Foiled!!

    We're about 1/2 way through but it looks like we need a new drive for the table now.
    That's how it goes with older equipment sometimes.

    Luckily the job isn't hot at the moment and we...
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    Went with a tin coated roll tap, 1700 holes in so...

    Went with a tin coated roll tap, 1700 holes in so far it still looks good.
    I did a quick test before I left last night to see if it was getting up to speed. This machine taps at 6k rpm max. 8k is...
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    Thanks! Just finished the fixture and getting...

    Thanks!
    Just finished the fixture and getting ready to program it. Should be running today.
    Haven't had the time to do any speed and speed experiments.
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    Yeah, form taps are stronger and usually my go-to...

    Yeah, form taps are stronger and usually my go-to with 6-32ís. I donít have to deburr the backs of these things if I can keep the burr down. The backs come out smoother when the thread coming out the...
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    This is a good idea, Tomorrow at break time Iíll...

    This is a good idea, Tomorrow at break time Iíll do the same and see what happens. Iím curious if there will be a difference between say 6k and 8k on this thing.
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    I didn't go into detail about the part. There are...

    I didn't go into detail about the part. There are other features that need to be countersink so I have to be on the face of each one individually anyway.
    The only question was how fast can a 6-32...
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    This thing accepts a G84 too though. That's where...

    This thing accepts a G84 too though. That's where I got confused.

    The machine is working out great. We've already put thousands of parts through it for whatever secondary...
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    While I have you on the phone... Can you explain...

    While I have you on the phone... Can you explain the difference between a G77 and G84?
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    I'm in uncharted territory as far as how fast to...

    I'm in uncharted territory as far as how fast to go. The OSG book says 90 sfm which works out to around 2400 RPM.
    So, I have a few of them I'll just crank it up and see what happens.
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    I'll take a video if I can when I get it running...

    I'll take a video if I can when I get it running and you'll see why reversing the spindle on a machine like this is no big deal.
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    Yes CRS, I can't get a number but I'm told it's...

    Yes CRS, I can't get a number but I'm told it's "about 1/4 hard." It's really soft stuff.
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    I've used those tapmatics in a mid-90's vintage...

    I've used those tapmatics in a mid-90's vintage Fadal and they are the bees knees.
    This Brother was made for this though. Even though it's an older 1999 model they made the spindle super light...
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    It's 6,000 pcs with 4 tapped holes in each. ...

    It's 6,000 pcs with 4 tapped holes in each.

    The DRAP sounds interesting too. Yes it's a thru hole in a 1/8" part. I've seen those things before but the ones I saw were shit quality so I forgot...
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    I've noticed that with our older Haas's but the...

    I've noticed that with our older Haas's but the Brother gets up to speed in no time flat.
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    24,000 6-32 holes to make, how fast can I go?

    The material is 1/8" thick cold rolled. It came on a coil before it was stamped, it's pretty soft.
    I have OSG Hypro cut taps. Last time I ran them at 2560 RPM, I think the Brother TC-31A machine is...
  19. I don't have a use for it but just wanted to say...

    I don't have a use for it but just wanted to say nice work! That thing is beautiful!
    What was the sample video? A mini V6 engine block?
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    Ha! Crazy bastards!

    Ha! Crazy bastards!
  21. 780 I was told.

    780 I was told.
  22. He figured it as a solid mass for safety just to...

    He figured it as a solid mass for safety just to see if our forklift could do it, 1100 would have been worst case. They did put it on our scale. I'll get the exact number in a few since people are...
  23. It's not as big as the pictures make it look I...

    It's not as big as the pictures make it look I think!
    It's about 28" diameter, 9" deep and mostly hollow on the inside.

    The boss did some quick math and came up with around 1100 pounds so the...
  24. Anyone know the weight of a 110 Ton Komatsu flywheel?

    Put an email in to them, waiting to hear back. We have to take it off.
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    I'm not exactly sure what you're saying here but...

    I'm not exactly sure what you're saying here but I think we had a similar problem with an SL-2 and it ended up being the main breaker.
    One leg wasn't making contact because it was old and worn out....
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