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  1. Mike, thank you. Pardon my ignorance, here. I am...

    Mike, thank you. Pardon my ignorance, here. I am still incredibly stoopid with macros, yet. But trying to learn still, most days. Why the use of the alias for #599? ( #10599 ) Or, is that just...
  2. I really like the eloquence of that, Dave. Thank...

    I really like the eloquence of that, Dave. Thank you. I feel even more stupid now for not having thought of that myself. Nice job. https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/dbtech/thanks/images/likes.png
  3. Thanks guys. I started to work on this for a...

    Thanks guys. I started to work on this for a little bit :wall:, but got interrupted by a few customers. When I finally got back to it. During that time, Apprentice had gotten it done with CAM....
  4. Kevin, Thank you. For whatever reason I was...

    Kevin,

    Thank you. For whatever reason I was simply not "seeing" that. Appreciate the shaking of m'head.




    I've tried that in the past, actually. There is something wonky on our machine...
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    Now that we know what it is and what it does, I...

    Now that we know what it is and what it does, I have to agree with EG and suggest adaptation to anything commonly available. If you just must duplicate it, you'll be far and away better off to simply...
  6. Hi Aaron, Hope you are doing well. Thank you...

    Hi Aaron,

    Hope you are doing well. Thank you for your response. I am aware of the G47 engraving routine, as well as the G107 rotary axis wrap. I have an issue where the G47 messes with our probing...
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    You don't specify whether you're looking for Flat...

    You don't specify whether you're looking for Flat Root, Fillet Root, or Major Diameter fit type Splines, but I think you're not likely to find a 10/20 DP 30°PA 9T broach, regardless. Combined with...
  8. Looking for easier/better way to program engraving - CAM? Macro? Both?

    Have a onesey part that I need to engrave numbers that change, in intervals along the surface. Essentially, it is a Venier Scale / Degree Ring. I only want to engrave the degree increment at every 5°...
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    Take it any way you want. Make fun if it suits...

    Take it any way you want. Make fun if it suits you. I still think that it is plainly reckless for him to state like it is a fact, that "..we will have a million deaths in a month's time." If you...
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    Right... so which is it...?...

    <warning - follows>
    Right... so which is it...? Recession? Or boom? This, and the below are specifically why I don't even entertain the single thought of bothering to even listen to the talking...
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    That'd be for Spurs. For Helicals, it depends...

    That'd be for Spurs. For Helicals, it depends upon the Helix Angle. At 45° it becomes 0.44194175". Or, as your print says, 0.442".
  12. DanielG, Sure. I have...

    DanielG,

    Sure. I have written/stolen/murderfied various VBA macros that take advantage of the API interface of SW. Here is a snippet of a few of them, as they exist on one of the WorkSheets. This...
  13. Excel VBA Macros, Data, & AutoDesk Inventor

    Is anyone here specifically familiar with getting data from Excel into Inventor ( creating/opening Sketch and creating Sketch entities based upon that data ), using VBA macros, initiated in the Excel...
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    Piranha Hard Jaws .08 step | MMM-USA LLC...

    Piranha Hard Jaws .08 step | MMM-USA LLC
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  15. I know that you are saying really intelligent...

    I know that you are saying really intelligent stuff and I am trying to follow along to learn something, here. But all I am getting is Charlie Brown's teacher in my head.

    Teacher - "Wah, wah....
  16. Really like what you've done. Kudos. Very...

    Really like what you've done. Kudos. Very interested to see how it performs. https://www.practicalmachinist.com/vb/images/icons/icon14.png
  17. Having only just now found this thread, if I’m...

    Having only just now found this thread, if I’m not too late please add two for me. Happy to prepay as well. Will look for your email and write you shortly.
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    Hey! We do more Involute than not, but yeah... we...

    Hey! We do more Involute than not, but yeah... we do see more than our fair share of oddball* stuff. :crazy:
    Most likely, it's only because I'm the only one stupid enough not to say, "No" right...
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    Update - Oerlikon Balzers stopped by...

    Update -

    Oerlikon Balzers stopped by yesterday. WHAT A DIFFERENCE! The rep has worked in the gear industry before, so understood my concerns, innately. We were already far and away better than...
  20. I'm in agreement with Triumph406 & MichaelP on...

    I'm in agreement with Triumph406 & MichaelP on this one, Old Friend. This sounds exactly like so many of the Eastern European interactions that I have witnessed and experienced in the past.

    Many...
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    And if it is one of those in the picture, there...

    And if it is one of those in the picture, there is a very good chance I may have one in new condition...
  22. Yes. :cool: Honestly, it depends on whose...

    Yes.

    :cool:

    Honestly, it depends on whose inserts I am looking for as they are the ones that control how it is referred to. Most of the time, I will plug in the numbers from the box. So, to...
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    Oerlikon Balzers will be here shortly. Color me...

    Oerlikon Balzers will be here shortly. Color me impressed with the response, so far. ( given how small time we are in comparison and proposed usage ) Will update once I know more.





    This...
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    That's going to be an expensive part. Here's...

    That's going to be an expensive part.

    Here's the thing - as my old Friend Marcus correctly points out - setting it up and doing it are one thing. Make no mistake; I am in no way minimizing that...
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    Bob - no, no... this is not a problem, really....

    Bob - no, no... this is not a problem, really. Seriously. It has only happened a few times, and it is MORE than likely my fault. I am convinced of that. The carbide you have been providing has been...
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