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  1. Good catch, DD - reported.

    Good catch, DD - reported.
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    Be cautious about downloading ZIP files... ...

    Be cautious about downloading ZIP files...

    Remote Code Execution and Zip File Vulns | NowSecure
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    If by "bed" you mean the Y chip covers, if it's...

    If by "bed" you mean the Y chip covers, if it's really bad you may want to set up an auxiliary pump and spray bar, but beware of either flooding the enclosure or starving the OEM coolant pump.

    ...
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    Essentially it's working with a manufacturer to...

    Essentially it's working with a manufacturer to modify an existing machine with extra sealing and/or dust evacuation to prevent abrasive swarf from getting into areas that can cause damage. So...
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    Laser that sucker! Lasers work for everything!

    Laser that sucker! Lasers work for everything!
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    Do you need a table to support the work? You'll...

    Do you need a table to support the work? You'll have to add one.

    Also, if the amount of work warrants it, I'd look into getting a diamond plated wheel to replace the Al oxide ones, but no idea...
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    Well, sure. Not if you enjoy use of your limbs...

    Well, sure. Not if you enjoy use of your limbs...
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    If the numbers of parts makes sense, check into...

    If the numbers of parts makes sense, check into having these net molded and fired. If tolerances are more critical than can be achieved this way, perhaps a dedicated machine for final ops and a...
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    Clean (and maintained) bathroom facilities, with...

    Clean (and maintained) bathroom facilities, with privacy for "ahem" evacuation drills. Ventilation to keep odors under control. Bring in a service to clean it (at least weekly) if you can't get a...
  10. Make two test blocks from either material,...

    Make two test blocks from either material, roughly 50mm x 150mm x 12mm. Clamp them together in a vise such that you have a block 50 x 150 x 24. Now set up such that you can drill and tap on the...
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    Did they call? Did they say anything useful? ...

    Did they call? Did they say anything useful?

    If they call again, ask them WTF?...
  12. Sure, sawing is most efficient (I was debating...

    Sure, sawing is most efficient (I was debating about mentioning it), but not for a captive volume. If you add in the time for drilling a hole, breaking a blade, threading and rewelding, then...
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    Would "old" stock be an issue just for bending...

    Would "old" stock be an issue just for bending purposes? As I've got lots of old 6xxx and 7xxx material here for machining and never noticed any degradation due to age (well, just in me...).
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  14. Absolutely! Something well thought out, well...

    Absolutely! Something well thought out, well written, and with a point that's ON POINT?!

    It has no place here, clearly.

    [And from JAW-JA of, all places...]


    To boil it down, perhaps we...
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    If you're quoting for a project where you're...

    If you're quoting for a project where you're expected to buy and hold inventory, be sure to include verbiage in the contract that if it's pulled the originating company is required to buy all...
  16. Chain drill (~6.8mm drill, cut the max distance,...

    Chain drill (~6.8mm drill, cut the max distance, then split the remaining distance into + + +, then * * to finish the slot), then zig-zag down fast with a 7mm endmill. Obviously, use coolant, or at...
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    And this is after how many beers?? ...

    And this is after how many beers??



    :dopeslap:
  18. Thread: 4140 ht dce

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    Not sure I get this. Unless you don't value your...

    Not sure I get this. Unless you don't value your time, you've spent a lot more than $10 to save a few bucks, and you've dragged your son into it too (and his time must be worth something also).
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    If it's a static diamond, like in a grinding...

    If it's a static diamond, like in a grinding wheel dresser, you could buy one and polish it yourself. Even using a small single-crystal diamond (not PCD) I suspect you could keep the cost under 100€...
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    Just a regional dialect: Hoagies, subs,...

    Just a regional dialect:

    Hoagies, subs, grinders

    Soda, pop, coke (generic in the South)

    etc.

    25 Things That Have Different Names Throughout the U.S. — Best Life
  21. Thanks, I can almost read the chart. I've...

    Thanks, I can almost read the chart. I've generally had no problem putting images into my posts, but they're usually taken with a camera, not a phone. There may be enough differences with how the...
  22. Any numbers for 7050?

    Any numbers for 7050?
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    I presume this is an X move? If you have a...

    I presume this is an X move? If you have a really accurate straightedge/parallel, (like a granite Lab Grade artifact), set it level on the table, put a tenth indicator in the spindle, and do a...
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    Stop with your crazy talk!

    Stop with your crazy talk!
  25. Your thread title literally made me burst out...

    Your thread title literally made me burst out laughing.

    I remember the complaints about the ECO line, I thought the Japanese stuff wasn't so bad?
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