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    I do a similar job that requires redrilling a...

    I do a similar job that requires redrilling a different bolt pattern on brake rotors. I have an old 3 jaw chuck that I mounted a piece of bar too so I can hold it in the mill vise. Then I found...
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    Bump $200?

    Bump

    $200?
  3. for sale posts not allowed offer solicitations...

    for sale posts not allowed
    offer solicitations not allowed
    - TRL
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    Here's how I would do it...no welding required. ...

    Here's how I would do it...no welding required.

    Redrill the holes to your new PCD and make them large enough to be round. You're at 12mm now, so you'll need to go to 18mm diameter to make this...
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    X2 on AN bolts and Jet locknuts. I used M8 12.9...

    X2 on AN bolts and Jet locknuts. I used M8 12.9 fully threaded bolts and by locks on a driveshaft flange on a racecar and they were beat to hell in about 5 minutes...switched to nicely fitting AN...
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    Bump...found it again

    Bump...found it again
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    Escorted a customer out of my shop today.

    Let's clarify...smart people who learn more in college will generally make a good living. Dumb folks who go to college generally won't. Smart people who don't go to college will generally earn a...
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    Another way is to just make shit that works the...

    Another way is to just make shit that works the way it's supposed to, then nobody will sue you, and you won't have to play games to get outta trouble.
  9. OT: Having problems making ambihelical nuts, any ideas?

    Must be an OE nut for this car 163531
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    Well shit, I hadn't thought of that. That's...

    Well shit, I hadn't thought of that. That's brilliant. I was looking at it as a 2 axis job, your idea makes it a single axis, single pass job, plus deburr if I start with tube. Why can't these...
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    I used a scale and threw in a handful of...

    I used a scale and threw in a handful of extras...took 2 minutes to count to 1000
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    I wasn't bragging, simply answering a question. ...

    I wasn't bragging, simply answering a question. CNC don't sweat and need piss breaks, they should be faster. Faster should be more cost effective.
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    What would you charge for these?

    Not as shitty as it would be if I hadn't made money making thousands of washers I suppose. But I haven't made washers yet, I made 1" tall roller axles to accept a delrin bushing to guide a gilmer...
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    What would you charge for these?

    I subbed out the first op, I did the second op and deburr. I had a step drill made that drilled 2 diameters and deburred on one side, and the scrubber took care of the rest. The guy (who I made...
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    What would you charge for these?

    I expected an elite badass machinist prick like you to be better at math.


    Edit: Just read the rest of the page after your post, you're still a prick that should know how to do 3rd grade...
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    Thanks for the replies. To answer some of...

    Thanks for the replies.

    To answer some of the questions...

    Yes, I have made quantities of 1000 widgets before on my manual machines. The first run sucked and took a few days, but I was able...
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    What would you charge for these?

    I sent it out to a guy who supposedly had a suitable turning center collecting dust, and the price was a bit alarming. Looking for ballpark numbers per piece in quantities of 1000, 3000, 10000. ...
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    Look up Revco in Long beach, I don't know if he's...

    Look up Revco in Long beach, I don't know if he's capable of what you need, but he's the best at whatever balancing I've ever needed
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    Am I the only one who uses a scrap piece of...

    Am I the only one who uses a scrap piece of aluminum angle for this?
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    Still have this

    Still have this
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    Make them 2 piece...2 piece is better and easier...

    Make them 2 piece...2 piece is better and easier

    Monobloc vs 2pc Calipers
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    https://www.getflexseal.com/ But seriously,...

    https://www.getflexseal.com/

    But seriously, there isn't an easy way to do it. You can fill the cracks, but they'll crack again in short order. You need to grind into the glass and repair it...
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    Sure there is FACOM Stud...

    Sure there is

    FACOM Stud Extractor,Cam/Roller,16mm,1/2 in Dr - Screw/Bolt Extractors and Nut Splitters - 36T849|FA-287B.16 - Grainger Industrial Supply
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    Buy square stock and tube. Broach tube so it has...

    Buy square stock and tube. Broach tube so it has a square hole in it. Drill a cross hole or 2 in the tube. Slide it all together and secure with a plug weld/rosette weld. Deburr/shape the ends on...
  25. Thread: Modify a Screw

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    Then pick a bolt with a 7/16" head...tell them to...

    Then pick a bolt with a 7/16" head...tell them to use their 11mm wrench
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