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    We've all done it. All that matters is that the...

    We've all done it. All that matters is that the customer was taken care of and you learned something along the way. Good job.
  2. I'd have to go back through emails but seem to...

    I'd have to go back through emails but seem to recall that Mud had one for sale a year or so ago.
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    It doesn't. As stated, it is simply about...

    It doesn't.

    As stated, it is simply about voltage, current, and feed rate control. That is all. OP has other issues with the program or machine if it is doing something else. I can state...
  4. When it's time to purchase the toy holders, you...

    When it's time to purchase the toy holders, you are on the short list for me to ask input from. :)
  5. ... But. Did. You. Die? No? Quitcher...

    ... But. Did. You. Die?

    No? Quitcher bitchin'. ...'s'work to be done... ;)

    Better days ahead. Don't get th' rona.
  6. Windy Hill Foundry/Clarke has a larger pattern...

    Windy Hill Foundry/Clarke has a larger pattern that we made, right now. If you can design your part, you can start to design a pattern. ( after some minor education ) For something like this, a 3D...
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    A few people have poked me about this thread, so...

    A few people have poked me about this thread, so I thought to update it.

    After more work than I could have ever imagined, we have been making more cutters than I would have ever imagined. I...
  8. I remember those gear boxes! Actually, you can...

    I remember those gear boxes! Actually, you can get the lash down quite acceptably. Your environ does not really sound harsh at all, at first blush. You should be fine. Spiral Bevels should do you...
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    You never cease to impress, Sam. I cannot believe...

    You never cease to impress, Sam. I cannot believe that I still have not made the time to come over there and see your place in person, yet. Where do the years go? Very nice work, Sir.
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    Put a decimal in front and divide by 25.4. ...

    Put a decimal in front and divide by 25.4. :cool:
    196 = 0.196 / 25.4 = 0.0077
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    Not as I recall. It was the interim. RCM (...

    Not as I recall. It was the interim.

    RCM ( rec.crafts.metalworking ) was where many posted before most of it.

    I find it positively remarkable & amazing how many people I still speak with...
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    :eek: :nutter: :crazy: :willy_nilly: Wow....

    :eek: :nutter: :crazy: :willy_nilly:

    Wow. Just wow...
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    POOF! Aaaaaaaaaannnnnnnd it's gone... ...

    POOF!

    Aaaaaaaaaannnnnnnd it's gone...

    :cool:
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    Congrats, Ken. I can only imagine how that was...

    Congrats, Ken. I can only imagine how that was weighing. Be well.
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    It's true. Years ago I agonized over getting...

    It's true.

    Years ago I agonized over getting the angle perfectly spot on. Even made a sine attachment for a Hobbing machine swivel so that I could dial it in to a few seconds of accuracy. And...
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    Hi Andy, It's a good bit of work. I always...

    Hi Andy,

    It's a good bit of work. I always leaned toward the more lazy application of a sine bar and adjustable parallel to set an angle on stuff like that.
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    I'm a very big fan and owner of some ShopLink...

    I'm a very big fan and owner of some ShopLink FLASH units. Positively love them. Have used a few of the others over the years and when it came time to buy something for our shop it was a...
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    I hesitate to post, because I feel bad for the...

    I hesitate to post, because I feel bad for the people doing poorly through no fault of their and no one likes hearing someone else gloat when they're suffering. To answer your question, last year was...
  19. 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...
  20. 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
  21. 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....
  22. 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...
  24. 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...
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