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  1. Hopefully for you it works out. All I can say is...

    Hopefully for you it works out. All I can say is my experience. The first insurance company I talked to wanted a FOUR year list of everything I had machined to evaluate liability. Each, and every,...
  2. As mentioned below, aerospace and firearms....

    As mentioned below, aerospace and firearms. You've never touched one, you don't know anything about them, and can't stand either.



    I don't want to be argumentative, and maybe it is a US/Canada...
  3. I thought I had mentioned insurance previously,...

    I thought I had mentioned insurance previously, but I guess I forgot.

    You absolutely need to have your insurance figured out. Your landlord will likely question you on it. Most home insurances...
  4. If your doing any sort of design/engineering...

    If your doing any sort of design/engineering work, your daft to be a sole proprietor.

    All stop.

    Have your lawyer make you articles and file for an LLC. Before you do anything else. Period.
  5. That’s the M140, which I recommended earlier. ...

    That’s the M140, which I recommended earlier.

    Capable, cheaper, better quality.

    If I could only have one machine in my garage, that would be it.
  6. My old shop (2 car garage) had a monster slab. It...

    My old shop (2 car garage) had a monster slab. It was fantastic. I quit digging at 12". Shit you not.

    Course.... the other side of the slab was only about an 1". 1 1/2" if you measured the big...
  7. I suspect it would be a good indicator for you....

    I suspect it would be a good indicator for you. If it takes a great machinist to make the part, how easy or how difficult will it be for you? If they can toss the part in, and make it with little to...
  8. It really depends on what you are making, other...

    It really depends on what you are making, other than orthogonal... we don't know much about your parts. Everywhere I have worked, stock comes in, it gets sawn, it gets turned or roughed into size,...
  9. 25um (~.001" total) true position over 600mm is a...

    25um (~.001" total) true position over 600mm is a pretty tight tolerance. Certainly not insane, but even on a high end machine your not going to punch go on a first piece and hit that.

    Some of...
  10. Wait, I thought I read something about the west...

    Wait, I thought I read something about the west coast, but your post says Georgia? It has been a long time since I have been to Georgia, but like Ohio, there ought to be a pole building about every...
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