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    I tried using Filezilla back when I had a...

    I tried using Filezilla back when I had a Robodrill. I found it more difficult to set up, and the documentation reminded me of the old blinking cursor days of DB4. Once you figure everything out,...
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    Brother has a really nice interface. You can...

    Brother has a really nice interface. You can create directories on the machine within the program, or on your confuser. You can have multiple machines set up, and just select the one you want to...
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    This is why I like Yamazen. A lot. I've had great...

    This is why I like Yamazen. A lot. I've had great support from Frank and Andy. They are solid professionals IMHO.
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    Sorry, just saw this one. It's been a while, so...

    Sorry, just saw this one. It's been a while, so I'd have to re-figure some stuff out. I've had a bunch of chemo since I did this and the stuff I had does affect memory. As noted, the device has to be...
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    I don't think pictures are going to help. Jerry...

    I don't think pictures are going to help. Jerry Bouvier used to be a great help to me when I had a couple of those. I don't know if he's still available. There's another guy somewhere too, but I...
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    Agree on the trim pots, that's the best place to...

    Agree on the trim pots, that's the best place to start.
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    At this point ym guess would be the water some...

    At this point ym guess would be the water some poeple are using.
    I'm still using 795B, with pretty much zero issues.
    My Brother mills turn the coolant rapidly and the way it drains there isn't any...
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    My advice would be to develop a solid functional...

    My advice would be to develop a solid functional Control upgrade/replacement kit for Haas VMC's built from the 1990's through about 2007. Haas is no longer supporting the main board. Their upgrade...
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    Another vote for Curtis. He suggested a couple to...

    Another vote for Curtis. He suggested a couple to try, and they worked well, in fact really well. His prices seem very fair to me, and getting support from a guy that knows stuff is worth a lot. One...
  10. I tumble 7075 and anodize later often. Use the...

    I tumble 7075 and anodize later often. Use the appropriate solution with the plastic media, and blow them completely dry after. If you don't use the right solution, the chance for corrosion goes way...
  11. That model has been out of production for quite a...

    That model has been out of production for quite a while
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    So we shouldn't talk about Brad and his...

    So we shouldn't talk about Brad and his shenanigans (Dynamic CNC) either? Just give him a free pass, don't talk about him, so no one is aware of what he does?
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    Lots of good thoughts above. As others noted,...

    Lots of good thoughts above.
    As others noted, wait for a letter. Fair chance they are bluffing and just want an easy way to eliminate some competition.
    Again noted above - if the letter happens,...
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    I never owned that particular version of a Haas...

    I never owned that particular version of a Haas mill. My general experience is they are sorta ok, used to be better in terms of parts cost and service. In my experience they are not in the same class...
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    I'm guessing it would be amazing to know the...

    I'm guessing it would be amazing to know the whole truth. This was just one I'd seen mentioned a few times.
    Based on his first posts under that name in this forum I had a feeling he is completely...
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    He scammed some people while "selling" steel...

    He scammed some people while "selling" steel targets and armor plate. Threads on this on calguns.net. Use his last name for a search.
  17. Might need to use another M code, depending on...

    Might need to use another M code, depending on the machine. IIRC on my R450 M400 turns on the wash down coolant system, M401 turns it off.
    Good luck!
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    I just paid $2.48 for a pretty decent order of...

    I just paid $2.48 for a pretty decent order of 6061 from Jorgensen.
    It's up about $.30 to $.40 over the last year IIRC.
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    Once I had forgotten to rename a file with the O...

    Once I had forgotten to rename a file with the O and a number, and used the all files selection. I selected the file, and it asked me what number to give it, so that can work, at least under some...
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    Okay, just followed the menu, and it worked. I...

    Okay, just followed the menu, and it worked. I set the input to memory card. Sometimes it takes a few seconds to load. I made sure I was in the destination memory on the left side. I typed in the...
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    When I get to the shop in a bit I'll make a list...

    When I get to the shop in a bit I'll make a list of keystrokes required to delete a program.
    I'm using wifi to drag and drop most of the time. i remember there is a certain order of keystrokes to...
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    Frank turned me onto that tool a couple of years...

    Frank turned me onto that tool a couple of years ago. It's powdered metal, so I think it's more heat tolerant than HSS. They work pretty darn well.
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    When I bought my first Brother machine, I thought...

    When I bought my first Brother machine, I thought I would miss the spindle over-ride switch. I've been able to get by without it. It would be easier for those few times the speed needs a little...
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    Completely agree. Experience is a dear teacher....

    Completely agree. Experience is a dear teacher.
    I can't remember if you saw the thread last week? The guy was first asking about the forces involved, using small tools? He was another guy that was...
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    I've been using USPS for many years to ship...

    I've been using USPS for many years to ship parts. They were screwing up long before Trump got into office.
    Priority mailed a check across town about 10 years ago. It was only $5 and cheaper than me...
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