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  1. New Items: Tesa Digico 610MI Calculation Type...

    New Items:

    Tesa Digico 610MI Calculation Type Indicator, 50.8 mm/2.0", 8 mm Stem 2 in/50.8mm, .00005”/0.001mm Resolution, 8mm stem, Flat Back, SPC Data Output, Calculation Type - List $578, Priced...
  2. Starrett, Mitutoyo, Mahr, Interapid, Tesa Indicators and Inspection Equipment

    Post here and then PM me your contact info. Payment via Paypal, Check, or cash if you are in the metro Boston area.

    New Items:

    Fowler 53-813-001-2 Micrometer and Snap Gage Checker, Grade AS-0...
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    Mr. Kirchgessner I will be contacting your boss...

    Mr. Kirchgessner I will be contacting your boss to discuss your spamming activities and general disregard for the expected conduct on this forum. It is unwelcome here and generally does not reflect...
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    The .250 OD should actually be an open dimension,...

    The .250 OD should actually be an open dimension, the stock tubing will be fine there.

    The length of the .119 ID hole will be spec'd +/- .010. The .190 is clearance for the .119.

    Sorry for the...
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    RFQ Stainless Mandrel Part

    I need 15 of these parts ASAP.

    You can start with tubing or rod stock. I have had these sort of parts ground before, or they can be run a swiss lathe. The only tricky part with grinding is the...
  6. I was all ready to offer advice based on the...

    I was all ready to offer advice based on the title. Then I read fuel tank, 30+ years old...

    You would need to weld it. Which involves all the same steps for prep as welding a metal tank to be...
  7. I don't know how much you have done on the...

    I don't know how much you have done on the medical side, but it sounds like you are just engaging that world so I am going to give a my opinion on one way to go about the whole possess.

    So I...
  8. My son was born missing the portion of his leg...

    My son was born missing the portion of his leg from about mid shin down. He's two and half now, 30ish pounds, and learned to walk on a prosthetic. With pants on, running on the playground, you would...
  9. McMaster has 1ft lengths of spring temper 304SS...

    McMaster has 1ft lengths of spring temper 304SS wire, straight.

    If you need longer length of straight, this is a decent source: Buy Wire & Hypotubing Online | Overnight Shipping | Stainless Steel...
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    We don't really have enough information. You say...

    We don't really have enough information. You say nothing close tolerance, but are worried about stability. With plastic parts of this size, we need to know tolerances even if generally open, because...
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    I think we are probably reaching the limits of...

    I think we are probably reaching the limits of the guidance we can provide with the info we have.

    There are a lot of shops out there that you can hire to help with process development of these...
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    I went back to the first post and read what you...

    I went back to the first post and read what you are making. My understanding is that are first profiling a 6” hemispherical 1mm thick shell from a rough cast (or similar) form. No 5 axis needed there...
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    Well a lot is going to depend on the size of the...

    Well a lot is going to depend on the size of the geometry and the nature of inside corner details. If you can get at your features with something larger than a .025” ball endmill you will be fine...
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    Surprised no one has asked, but why do you think...

    Surprised no one has asked, but why do you think you need simultaneous 5 axis?

    The main reason I am suspicious is that you say surface finish and speed are not critical.
  15. They are .0002” over, but that isn’t the...

    They are .0002” over, but that isn’t the tolerance. Sounds like .002” would get you centered. These should be possible to rerun on a cnc.
  16. Prices or you overpaid

    Prices or you overpaid
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    This is small thread, but it isn’t that small. I...

    This is small thread, but it isn’t that small. I design a lot of parts that use these size threads, but I have only done the threads by hand with a guide or on a cnc. You looking to go right between...
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    Don’t overthink this, get the .3745” or even the...

    Don’t overthink this, get the .3745” or even the .3740” reamer. Do the holes, push the pins in. Do you have a decent sized press to work with? You only really need to worry if these pins are going...
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    So you are doing some sort of composite thing. Is...

    So you are doing some sort of composite thing. Is the cured state stable at really high temperatures? I would worry about degradation in areas, even temp control with RF in low thermal conductivity...
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    I was happy to see this was not another viagra...

    I was happy to see this was not another viagra thread.
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    Why microwave?? Is it for throughput or cycle...

    Why microwave?? Is it for throughput or cycle time?

    How big are these parts and what are your really trying to do?

    There are certainly applications where microwave makes sense, but home spun...
  22. Why are you doing gas work in an apartment...

    Why are you doing gas work in an apartment complex? You call the landlord and have them take care of such things. What is this "problem" we are talking about? If the landlord won't deal with it,...
  23. I've got two ultrasonic cleaners at work. The...

    I've got two ultrasonic cleaners at work.

    The dirty one, that I don't want any food that has been near it for fear of me being contaminated
    The clean one, that I don't want any food in/on/or...
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    I got a set of Mitutoyo calipers for graduation....

    I got a set of Mitutoyo calipers for graduation. Freshman year, I ended up contracting for a guy doing CAD models from prototypes their machinist had built to hold small animals in an MRI machine....
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    Yeah cash is pretty inefficient. Plus lots of fun...

    Yeah cash is pretty inefficient. Plus lots of fun paperwork if you are doing real work in the 5 figure and up range.
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