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    All looks good to the eye but not something I...

    All looks good to the eye but not something I will ever do.
    I would hate the clean up after every job with these many holes, especially me, hate to use compressed air.
    And....the coolant running...
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    Did you see the crappy paint job, and over the...

    Did you see the crappy paint job, and over the guidedway's too!
    I would never touch something like this.

    Konrad
  3. Thread: Robot at work

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    Yes, I'm not sure why the cutting is done on...

    Yes, I'm not sure why the cutting is done on bottom, pushing away from the roller bearing.
    A small saw blade could be used and done in about 1/10 of the time.
    The part looks cool on the inside!
    ...
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    Yea..I hear you! One thing you might try is what...

    Yea..I hear you!
    One thing you might try is what I do...
    Put gasoline conditioner in all of your motors, incl. chain saw before winter, get a husky, this sucker starts
    every time in the first or...
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    What a bummer!...looks like my Bobcad is looking...

    What a bummer!...looks like my Bobcad is looking good again.
  6. Thread: Anodizing ????

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    Perhaps talk to the guy who does it.

    Perhaps talk to the guy who does it.
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    Best of luck! I'm not sure...are these 3 jaws...

    Best of luck!
    I'm not sure...are these 3 jaws made out of a solid block?
    It looks like, doing it with your 4th. axis?
    If so...it would be allot of work and waste of material and cutting tools.
    ...
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    wet wet wet, slow slow slow, ....0005" is way too...

    wet wet wet, slow slow slow, ....0005" is way too much in one pass.
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    This can be polished to a mirror finish with...

    This can be polished to a mirror finish with allot of elbow grease...I used to polish allot of molds, all by hand, hone, wood sticks, emery cloth, cotton,..not sure if it's still done this way?
    ...
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    It looks like you still need small stepovers to...

    It looks like you still need small stepovers to make a smooth surface, ...something you have to see at the job.
    It depends on how large or small the radius surface is, I just did a bunch of mold...
  11. Nice job!...looks like mostly lathe work, [ring]...

    Nice job!...looks like mostly lathe work, [ring] then saw cut and milled the two hooks.
    I still use version 17 almost every day and happy with.

    Konrad
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    What material are the jaws made out of? Anything...

    What material are the jaws made out of?
    Anything out of that soft liner bed spray will be too flexible and you would sacrifice ridgedy.
    If you're thinking soft, aluminum is better then steel, it's...
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    Helicoil works but doesn't last long, I find when...

    Helicoil works but doesn't last long, I find when drilling larger and loctite in a good grade bolt or ready rod, re- drill & tap.

    Konrad
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    Or use sharpened masonry drill. Konrad

    Or use sharpened masonry drill.

    Konrad
  15. Good for you Marcus! Are you using a boring...

    Good for you Marcus!
    Are you using a boring head.....I'm looking for a good one.
    Did you edm hole in the HSS.. and how did you place it in front...cant really see myself using a 1/8" pin?

    Konrad
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    Surface gages are not magnetic. Konrad

    Surface gages are not magnetic.

    Konrad
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    Why not put the two together....shaper and...

    Why not put the two together....shaper and slotter.

    Konrad
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    Agree, I have a similar one, Starrett made. ...

    Agree, I have a similar one, Starrett made.

    Konrad
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    Wouldn't be nice to set work head to 45 degrees...

    Wouldn't be nice to set work head to 45 degrees for sharpening countersink?...but now I have to think.

    Konrad
  20. I usually silver solder....would be allot easier...

    I usually silver solder....would be allot easier for something this small.

    Konrad
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    Very nice!...you're one crafty guy! Konrad

    Very nice!...you're one crafty guy!

    Konrad
  22. One ball works but you can drill another hole...

    One ball works but you can drill another hole about 45 degree. apart meeting the 2 holes in center side by side,....then you have 3 point contact.

    Konrad
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    You explained it pretty good! I think the idea...

    You explained it pretty good!
    I think the idea of heating the nut rapidly on the outside only!... because the nut is larger then bolt, the nut will grow substantially more then bolt, thus loosening...
  24. I have made something similar.... A plug,...

    I have made something similar....
    A plug, perhaps about 1/2" long with center hole for a pin stop.
    Make plug about .003 loose so it slides into the end of collet.
    Drill hole into side of plug for...
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    I would do this on my slotter,....shaper would...

    I would do this on my slotter,....shaper would work too.

    Konrad
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