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    Agree with Hardplates for the press mechanism....

    Agree with Hardplates for the press mechanism. Just buy a progressive press to mount motors and sensors to. I also really like the Click PLC's from Automation Direct. I have also toyed with the idea...
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    +1 to just about everything that's been said on...

    +1 to just about everything that's been said on here.
    Grinding is an art, not science, it would be good if you had someone to watch and learn from, but even then, you'll have to feel your way...
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    The simplest way to do this would be to just bolt...

    The simplest way to do this would be to just bolt the wheel to it. An M12 socket head screw long enough to reach past the 12.35 c'bore in the arbor, paper between the screw head and stone, and...
  4. If I could double like garyhlucas' post about...

    If I could double like garyhlucas' post about Automation Direct, I would. Anything and everything you need for automation on there, great customer service.
    Side note: I was reading through this...
  5. I agree with CarbideBob. If 1 grand means .001...

    I agree with CarbideBob. If 1 grand means .001 and you have that long arbor with .001 runout at the end, be happy. I also have had to enlarge holes in diamond wheels to get them tapped into center.
  6. Alright, I know the original post said this was a...

    Alright, I know the original post said this was a "reshaped" clamp, so I hope this is how it's supposed to be, but the radius in question and the holes in the ears are parallel to the countersunk...
  7. I don't know about everyone else, but I'm looking...

    I don't know about everyone else, but I'm looking forward to the end of this story. Interested to know how he does it and how it turns out.
  8. I also sent a PM. Haven't heard a thing.

    I also sent a PM. Haven't heard a thing.
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    Congratulations on the not passing judgement...

    Congratulations on the not passing judgement without knowing my situation. Cheapskate? "The Seller", happens to be Republic Lagun, who wants to charge me 180 bucks for a (notice the picture) USED...
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    I wanted to give an update. Intending to take...

    I wanted to give an update. Intending to take John's advice, I reviewed the quote from Lagun again and noticed that in the description it read, "Headstock plate, two holes". My headstock plate with...
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    Thanks for the advice John.

    Thanks for the advice John.
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    Lagun 13x40 Turnmaster Data

    Hello, I am posting a new thread with a better title, hoping to get some help. I bought a used 13x40 Turnmaster, and all of the information for spindle speeds, feedrates, and thread pitches is worn...
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    Well, I'll add my .02. +1 to all pros about...

    Well, I'll add my .02. +1 to all pros about holding easily distorted parts. At work, we have a 6 jaw Buck. Un-experienced lathe hand was prone to cranking the snot out of it on bar stock, and...
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    AD - I could go through each of your thoughts...

    AD - I could go through each of your thoughts individually, but the short way is - I appreciate and agree with everything you've said. I don't take it as critical at all. I think ideally, our client...
  15. Doesn't matter how long you do this stuff,...

    Doesn't matter how long you do this stuff, there's always something new to learn. Amazing. Anyone else constantly feel like machinists have the greatest job in the world?
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    Alright, I'm going to try to get everybody with...

    Alright, I'm going to try to get everybody with this one reply. Typical clearance between punch and die will run .001 to .0025 or so per side. Measuring equipment . . . eh . . . We have a manual CMM,...
  17. Thanks Spruewell, that would be greatly...

    Thanks Spruewell, that would be greatly appreciated.
  18. P.S. Is there a way to be notified when someone...

    P.S. Is there a way to be notified when someone replies to a post?
  19. Thanks to all for the replies. I'm new to the...

    Thanks to all for the replies. I'm new to the forum, I will use better titles in the future. Also, my thanks and response have been delayed because I expected to get an email or something letting me...
  20. I'm new to the forum, so have at me if I'm wrong...

    I'm new to the forum, so have at me if I'm wrong guys.
    You don't dress a form onto a diamond grinding wheel, the grit is not deep enough, and what would you cut it with?
    There are, however, some...
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    Thanks for the reply Buck. I just signed up on...

    Thanks for the reply Buck. I just signed up on Practical Machinist. Started a small shop in my garage and figured I'd better tap into the wealth of knowledge on this site. I have some limited...
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    Punch Lapping Machine

    Hi, guys. I am a grinder in a powdered metal tool and die shop. A few times a year we have to build some kind of O.D. splined form punch. So, our CNC mill man will rough the spline form on the mill,...
  23. Need some help from the Practical Machinist Community

    Hello,
    Long time listener, first time caller to Practical Machinist. I started up a small shop in my garage this year. After securing a job to put them to work, I bought some used equipment,...
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