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    Update; 5th Axis is sending us 20 new studs, and...

    Update; 5th Axis is sending us 20 new studs, and gave us a procedure as to how they want the pull-studs installed, which is admittedly less torque than I'm sure we were installing the pull-studs...
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    We do check from time to time, when setting a job...

    We do check from time to time, when setting a job up, to make sure the torque wrenches are still set the same, and occasionally we will check to make sure the bases aren't overly tight, but it's...
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    What appears to be rust is actually copper...

    What appears to be rust is actually copper anti-seize (which, IIRC, 5th Axis supplies with the kits) The torque wrenches are almost brand new, and everything in the shop is calibrated routinely as...
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    Hopefully this link works. The broken retention...

    Hopefully this link works. The broken retention knob, and the broken threaded stud were 2 separate instances. Different fixtures, different pullstuds, different machines.

    5th Axis - Google...
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    . Will do tomorrow. We did contact 5th Axis, and...

    . Will do tomorrow. We did contact 5th Axis, and our tooling distributor. 5th axis says they'll replace them, and they want us to send the pieces to them. They also said they've never seen the...
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    Problems with 5th Axis Pull-Studs

    We have quite a few fixtures, bases, risers, etc from 5th Axis in our shop. We use them in a lot of our machines, and in inspection as well. Recently we've been noticing a lot of these pull-studs...
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