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    The +/- acceleration ramp settings for Fanuc...

    The +/- acceleration ramp settings for Fanuc stuff don't really give you much room. Back it all the way down and it's still getting there in a big hurry. I run a 30HP spindle CNC mill currently off...
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    For any selling online dollar amount worth...

    For any selling online dollar amount worth getting excited over the personal information required is basically the same across the board.

    The only thing that I really don't get about the Ebay...
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    DC alternative to phase converter?

    Instead of feeding a CNC spindle drive 3 phase AC would it be possible to feed the drive 340V DC power from a battery bank?

    Odd scenario, but lets say I could get a pretty fancy large, late model...
  4. Looks nice. If you ever have to do that again...

    Looks nice.

    If you ever have to do that again a lot less machininework and a couple spirolock rings would do the trick too.
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    I have lots and lots of sockets like those. I...

    I have lots and lots of sockets like those. I used to rebuild transmissions. Many stick trannies have a big nut on the mainshaft. Especially 2wd's you hafta reach a ways to get on that nut. Most guys...
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    I have a 1993 VF-0 with a control upgrade done...

    I have a 1993 VF-0 with a control upgrade done around 2007. Looks a little weird.

    I would figure out how to bypass the floppy drive. It cannot be difficult and students will benefit from using an...
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    I think the two mediums can be complimentary. It...

    I think the two mediums can be complimentary. It depends on how you do it.

    If you put actual content on this site and use a concise video to supplement your content here it makes sense to me.
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    I bought my Komatsu cheap because it ran real...

    I bought my Komatsu cheap because it ran real rough. Seller had forklift mech check it out said it needed head rebuilt. Took a little screwing around, but figured out one cylinder wasn't getting...
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    I got to help fit main shaft to a propeller for a...

    I got to help fit main shaft to a propeller for a Navy refueling ship that ran aground. I don't remember the exact size, but it was between 25 and 35 feet diameter one piece fixed pitch in bronze....
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    Some Clarks are pretty good, many not so much. I...

    Some Clarks are pretty good, many not so much. I wouldn't buy a Clark project machine or pay top dollar for one.

    Hyster is pretty good. They are heavy and clunky. I do not like the ergonomics of...
  11. I have one exactly like those. It was never used...

    I have one exactly like those. It was never used as a parallel. Mine came from Devlieg.

    Heavy indeed.

    Most of the HBM sized parallels I have and have looked at are milled or planed from solid...
  12. That's an unusual way to sell all that. I have...

    That's an unusual way to sell all that.

    I have bought indexers with spare controllers, but have never bought multiple indexers with one controller.

    Your potential buyer(s) would likely prefer...
  13. I try to avoid auctions because they distract me...

    I try to avoid auctions because they distract me from my core business, but I don't have very good willpower for it.
  14. oddly enough I bought a big wood cabinet at a...

    oddly enough I bought a big wood cabinet at a machine shop auction for nothing. It was just the right size and look to build into a wall in my shop (save on sheetrock and paint) Looked like it was...
  15. I probably have 30 or so 1-2-3 blocks and another...

    I probably have 30 or so 1-2-3 blocks and another 30+ 2-4-6 blocks around the shop. They're dirt cheap, reasonably precise and very easy to get. I use them all the time. I build fixtures with them,...
  16. Very good points, thanks.

    Very good points, thanks.
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    There's a shop in Portland that specializes in...

    There's a shop in Portland that specializes in cast iron welding. They vee out the cracks, heat the cast parts up to near molten and TIG them up with iron filler rod. The cost isn't bad and they seem...
  18. Um, No. These are close 20+ year friends...

    Um, No. These are close 20+ year friends actually. We're all about 9 months of 6 days a week into this project. I'm pretty amazed at all the ground we've been able to cover.
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    Seems to me like the system that goes up the...

    Seems to me like the system that goes up the quickest is the winner today because labor is the biggest cost.

    I would prefer copper. That is what I planned to use in my shop. But because I'm a...
  20. Haven't looked at the revenue potential yet....

    Haven't looked at the revenue potential yet. There's always a good chance something new will flop. It could be pretty big, but we're not betting the farm on it.

    As far as patentability I didn't...
  21. I wish there was competition for entry level jobs...

    I wish there was competition for entry level jobs paying $15/hr.

    Lowest I've ever paid is $20/hr and that was essentially parts loader, bandsaw feeder and gofer.

    I pay my 10 and 14 year old...
  22. I oversimplified it. I am a 50% owner. I am not...

    I oversimplified it. I am a 50% owner. I am not the deep-pocketed partner though so I don't like the idea of spending on a patent lawyer if all it does is boost my ego.

    Thanks for those suggesting...
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    Northern tool had a black friday sale on the 3/4"...

    Northern tool had a black friday sale on the 3/4" rapidair kits. They were $169 and free shipping plus a $100 gift card if you spent $500. So I spent like $502 and 3 100' kits plus used the gift card...
  24. I'm the nuts and bolts mechanical/board design...

    I'm the nuts and bolts mechanical/board design guy for a new product and just happened make a suggestion to the software people that it seems hasn't been done before and it sounds like a good idea. ...
  25. Patent attorney recommendations- Northwest?

    I need help with a software/user interface concept. Can anyone recommend a patent attorney?

    Thanks!
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