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  1. Generally ASME IX will supersede any other...

    Generally ASME IX will supersede any other welding code. One test 2" XX wall allowed me to weld anything 1" or larger, another test for small bore and there wasn't anything I couldn't touch.
  2. There are plenty of Mitsu parts available and...

    There are plenty of Mitsu parts available and some would argue the manufacturer support is better than Fanuc. I bought one cause it was cheap but now I wonder if they aren't the best kept secret of...
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    All my controls drip feed in tape mode.

    All my controls drip feed in tape mode.
  4. There are a couple of nice OKKs on ebay. OKK...

    There are a couple of nice OKKs on ebay.

    OKK model PCV-510(10L) CNC Vertical Machining Center with Mits M330 control-1990 | eBay

    I bought a machine from this dealer. He was easy to deal with,...
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    Totally agree, I just assumed the OP wants it to...

    Totally agree, I just assumed the OP wants it to rewind and have to press cycle start.
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    I would replace the M2 with M30 and get rid of...

    I would replace the M2 with M30 and get rid of the M99. The M99 is likely causing an endless loop.

    There are plenty of optional stops in there :willy_nilly:
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    Post your code. Sounds to me like the program is...

    Post your code. Sounds to me like the program is still "open" and can't be opened again. Are you using M30? M2? Is there an old program in the machine you can look at to see what it wants for code?
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    That is the best post I've read in a long time!

    That is the best post I've read in a long time!
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    That is the attitude that I would want to see! We...

    That is the attitude that I would want to see! We all have to stop and think sometimes, its the people that don't that tend to have the most problems and crashes.
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    But a move in the X+ direction is the table...

    But a move in the X+ direction is the table moving left....spindle going right....Right?.....right. This can get very confusing very quickly and requires thought and attention.....a quality that...
  11. I agree, there are some insane audio guys out...

    I agree, there are some insane audio guys out there. I just don't buy that your ear can sense what a good o-scope can't.
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    I think they are "operators" not machinist??? I...

    I think they are "operators" not machinist??? I have notes written on my machines as some want positive values and others want negative for offsets. Setting a G54 (55, 56, …..) on my Mitsu Meldas...
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    Start with how the cartesian coordinate system...

    Start with how the cartesian coordinate system works. It sounds basic but people tend to yes you to death and are doomed if they don't understand the basics. To stop all the yessing you can try using...
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    I'll third homing the machine, or do they have...

    I'll third homing the machine, or do they have some weird procedure like cold start on a Fadal? Could the clunking be backlash comp? No telling what the previous guy messed with.
  15. Just speculation but it sounds like something is...

    Just speculation but it sounds like something is moving around (work, tool, spindle, table...) and causing the cutter to grab a big bite and chip. It's kind of tough to chip a cutter in...
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    I would hardly call using sand an amateur method....

    I would hardly call using sand an amateur method. Less than ideal yes, but so is anything short of mandrel bending in the OP's situation. I was simply following the repair procedures laid by Babcock...
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    Buy a Hypertherm, end of story. Theit machines...

    Buy a Hypertherm, end of story. Theit machines are tested to some ridiculous standard and a 60% duty cycle machine will easily run non stop on a table.
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    It doesn't matter how slow and gradual you go, I...

    It doesn't matter how slow and gradual you go, I don't see a nice bend that tight being formed on thin wall tubing without a mandrel or hydroforming. I've bent boiler tubes with sand in them and caps...
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    https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/Concrete-Ancho...

    https://www.mscdirect.com/browse/tn/Concrete-Anchors?searchterm=red+head&navid=12108755+4294921586

    all you need to know about red heads
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    Can I get a participation trophy? :willy_nilly:...

    Can I get a participation trophy? :willy_nilly: :dunce:
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    No its not but if the chuck closes down small...

    No its not but if the chuck closes down small enough to hold the part then what is the point? It's a one off repair type job. My first lathe didn't have a quick change nose so I had a 14" 4 jaw on it...
  22. I could be off but I was under the impression the...

    I could be off but I was under the impression the whole idea was to transfer vibration out of the machine. Hence why large rotating equipment often has concrete pillars all the way down to bedrock.
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    That would put you around a 5.5:1 diameter to CLR...

    That would put you around a 5.5:1 diameter to CLR ratio. The OP is trying to achieve 3.25:1 That is a huge difference and I just don't see it happening without a mandrel
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    Must be, M12 would deploy the tailstock on my...

    Must be, M12 would deploy the tailstock on my TC-2 :eek:
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    I would imagine you need a mandrel bender. The...

    I would imagine you need a mandrel bender. The old Pines benders work well
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