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  1. Mc Master carr

    Mc Master carr
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    Happy Numbers will come from the tool maker of...

    Happy Numbers will come from the tool maker of that tool, after you adjust it to your type of cutting, rigidity for your situation. once you are "HAPPY" with it then you have Your HAPPY" number, A...
  3. Tahts pretty f'n good.

    Tahts pretty f'n good.
  4. Thread: Quoting Issues

    by Delw
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    I suck at quoting and I been doing this for over...

    I suck at quoting and I been doing this for over 35 years, medical semiconducter commercial and aerospace. aside from what wheelking said which is spot on. only advise I can offer is Do the parts...
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    Find and old Hardinge AHC collet closer( or...

    Find and old Hardinge AHC collet closer( or somethign like that) and modify it. it should work just fine.
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    Make sure the head stock is aligned , pull off...

    Make sure the head stock is aligned , pull off the chuck or collet nose and check for damage then put it back on.
    if the machine ran perfectly before, unless you wiped out the spindle bearings the...
  7. Wasnt there a post on her last year and this...

    Wasnt there a post on her last year and this Subject came up and it had alot to do with how tight the pull studs where in the tool?
    could have been Frank or duelkit (for some reason those 2 names...
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    Alot of it has to do with the type of material...

    Alot of it has to do with the type of material your using and how you cut it.

    I have alwasy finished o.d. chamfer and relief, cut thread to size then run another finish pass on o.d. chamfer and...
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    when your using a d offset as 0(tool centerline)...

    when your using a d offset as 0(tool centerline) instead of the tool dia you only need a few thousandths of lead in and lead out.
    if you use your D offset as a tool dia some machines you have to put...
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    Try this N2 G0 G17 G40 G49 G80 G90 ( 1/2...

    Try this

    N2 G0 G17 G40 G49 G80 G90
    ( 1/2 ENDMILL SHARP CORNER FINISH OUTSIDE )
    N3 T3 M6
    N4 G0 G90 G54 X-7.6686 Y.5384 S1350 M3
    N5 G43 H3 Z.2 M8
    N6 G1 Z-.78 F50.

    G41 Y0.300 D3 F8.0 (LEAD...
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    Theres a million things I would like to build but...

    Theres a million things I would like to build but I just dont have time to tear the machines down to do something then set them back up for work.
    I have like 10 gun projects from the last 15+ years...
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    yup me too, I always wondered what would happen...

    yup me too, I always wondered what would happen now I know.
    only thing that has happened to me like this is denting doors and covers and it doesnt happen alot. one reason I got collet noses.
  13. every city should have this website or one like...

    every city should have this website or one like it. Been visiting this website for years best one ever

    Chicago Crime 2019 | Chicago Murder, Crime & Mayhem | HeyJackass!
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    I agree with that

    I agree with that
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    Nothing wrong with calipers I never said that. he...

    Nothing wrong with calipers I never said that. he is checking less than .010

    it pretty hard to use a vise on a Lathe ;)

    as far as fixtures and vise's this is a lathe part he chucked it in a...
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    ^^^^ This but i'd be more concerned on how...

    ^^^^
    This

    but i'd be more concerned on how he is checking it. I am guessing Calipers :rolleyes5:
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    WTB a2-8 5c collet nose

    Looking for a A2-8 collet nose needs to be in good condition.
    (like an ATS)

    Thanks
    Delw
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    Yes thats the part to make sure is dead nuts. ...

    Yes thats the part to make sure is dead nuts.

    when you say the chuck wobbles it is loose? did you stick an indicator on the top and face of chuck? granted the face and od of the chuck can be beat...
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    I have a ton of kurt vises old and newer and I...

    I have a ton of kurt vises old and newer and I havent noticed any deflection, Now thanks to you clowns I am going to check mine cause I am curiuos ;) .

    we hold very tight tols on them and...
  20. Opinions are like ASSHOLES everyone has one, ...

    Opinions are like ASSHOLES everyone has one,

    Thank god we have a Constitution
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    I am guessing that your concerned about runout...

    I am guessing that your concerned about runout due to vibration? the drawtube run out needs to be first check on hydraulic actuator in the big of the machine.
    before you disconect the chuck check...
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    before or after it gets hot? ;)

    before or after it gets hot? ;)
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    your encoder is more than likely fine as it works...

    your encoder is more than likely fine as it works for the 1st thread.

    your lead in is a bit too close try Z0.2-Z0.5 but again your 1st run of the thread was fine so thats not the issue.

    post...
  24. Thread: Ox's Shop '08

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    Ox thanks for the pics, thats pretty cool. do...

    Ox
    thanks for the pics, thats pretty cool.

    do you have the barfeed option or have you considered making one. If I recall it feeds into one station with a cut off tool cutting it off to length. I...
  25. personally I wouldnt use a vise to locate 3/8...

    personally I wouldnt use a vise to locate 3/8 round stock unless they were very short pcs.

    I would use a collet, or a 2 3 or 4 multi collet block. due to rigidity and repeatability not to mention...
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