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  1. Cycle 800 I believe for siemens 840d. This is the...

    Cycle 800 I believe for siemens 840d. This is the transformation activation.
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    Oh whoops. Well hopefully u can get her figured...

    Oh whoops. Well hopefully u can get her figured out! Sorry about the non-sense lol.
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    When you say probing do you actually mean tool...

    When you say probing do you actually mean tool setting using a non contact tool setter?? Probing means using the actual tool probe to measure part geometry after it has been cut and also setting work...
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    .03 mm is equal to .00118”. .08mm is equal to...

    .03 mm is equal to .00118”. .08mm is equal to .00314. You may be closer then you think. Remember 1mm is equal to .03937. Which means to get to inch from mm you divide by 25.4 NOT BY .254 From what I...
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    Look into motor-city spindle out of Michigan.

    Look into motor-city spindle out of Michigan.
  6. Whats that M194? Is that a code for turning the...

    Whats that M194? Is that a code for turning the probe on? Ive also used M1 M2 and M3 with my blum to turn on, to stay on and to turn off. Just a thought.
  7. Before running the protective positioning move...

    Before running the protective positioning move try putting it in G01 with a feedrate rather then a rapid move.
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    In response to MICHIGANBUCK, i create my own...

    In response to MICHIGANBUCK, i create my own set-ups, load tooling in the machines, record data for repeat jobs so the next time i set them up i know how much and what all i need for tooling and...
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    Thanks for all the feedback fellas, much...

    Thanks for all the feedback fellas, much appreciated!! After reading the responses from everyone I feel like Im doing better then what I seem to be as a machinist. Like some of you said,all i need to...
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    Ok ok. It was a typo, .006mm

    Ok ok. It was a typo, .006mm
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    CNC Mill Machinist Career path.

    So I topped 75k in 2018 as a CNC mill setup/operator. I have 8 years of work experience and a AAS degree in machine tool technology. Working roughly 50hrs a week on average the entire year I was able...
  12. There is a probe in the machine but its not...

    There is a probe in the machine but its not capable of being used as a CMM( At least I think) Even so if we did have a cmm in the machine the arm that is holding the center would interfere with...
  13. WOW, I'm glad to see all these posts! Thanks for...

    WOW, I'm glad to see all these posts! Thanks for the input everyone!! So to answer some questions, NO the shop is not fully climate controlled. We have A/C but with all the machines kicking heat out...
  14. +/-.0002 on detail work with 6 micro finish??

    Is anyone experienced with consistantly holding +/-.0002 or better on 5 axis mill? Im working on a difficult part being used as a precise punch. I can only acheive +/- .0003 consistantly😏😏😏😏
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    Luckily understanding g-code is a universal...

    Luckily understanding g-code is a universal language in cnc. 😂
  16. You can take the simulation time as a ball park....

    You can take the simulation time as a ball park. Most of the time it is within 5-10 minutes if your actual program is ran at 100% feed.
  17. I run a hsc 30, xyz,b&c. The machine does...

    I run a hsc 30, xyz,b&c. The machine does mandatory break tests every 8hrs for safety reasons. If you lose power you will be safe, i also asked the dmg service guys while they were installing the...
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    Is your procedure the exact way taking the tool...

    Is your procedure the exact way taking the tool out? Possibly the 840 and the 810 have different modes you have to be in while trying to get the tool out? I'm new to the 840 control but have found...
  19. Fullerton carbide tooling is great for roughing...

    Fullerton carbide tooling is great for roughing and finishing of soft material, pre-hard material and also great for 3d contouring of hardend materials(roughers). Osg, hitachi, and widen cutters are...
  20. Ok, great. Thanks for the advice!

    Ok, great. Thanks for the advice!
  21. It is a siemens 840D. DMG HSC 30. With xyz b&c....

    It is a siemens 840D. DMG HSC 30. With xyz b&c. Ive gotten some feedback from others and they say just use the length wear page to control size....cut3dc is an option though.
  22. HELP!!!!!Understanding tool offsets on 5 axis DMG.

    So I am new to 5 axis machining, and I am strictly a set-up/operator. My problem is I am having trouble undestanding how to control size of features on a few sides of the part. With the same tool...
  23. The part came out to small. It is a round part...

    The part came out to small. It is a round part that has a contour on the top leading into vertical walls for about .300 then it fillets into another contour that fades off the part. The vertical...
  24. Scaling offsets with DMG mori HSC Siemens 840D Celos

    So I was having trouble getting a part to size today using a 3D tool path with a ball endmill with no cutter comp in the program. The part came out undersize, so for the next piece I decided to...
  25. Drill snd then use a flatbottom drill to clean up...

    Drill snd then use a flatbottom drill to clean up the bottom of the hole.
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