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  1. Some days I wish I was in Michigan, hahahahaha. ...

    Some days I wish I was in Michigan, hahahahaha.

    Properly lubricating solid ER collet nuts before assembly will give same torque and runout as bearing nuts.

    Also bearing nuts are not balanced...
  2. Yes. You are fine. It will work.

    Yes. You are fine. It will work.
  3. Damn thats a long time ago. BTW whatever happened...

    Damn thats a long time ago. BTW whatever happened to psychomill ?
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    Yes, this is very true.

    Yes, this is very true.
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    Most people that are serious dont need to look at...

    Most people that are serious dont need to look at a machine to buy it.
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    Everyone has an opinion. Nobody knows who is...

    Everyone has an opinion. Nobody knows who is right. This is a fact. Full stop!!

    Just 2 years ago hundreds of Boeing engineers thought it was a good idea to retrofit 737 planes with a bigger and...
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    I have a feeling enough vendors are going to drop...

    I have a feeling enough vendors are going to drop out to a point where it will be much smaller in size or if they (IMTS) have the all or nothing logic then just cancel.
  8. Solid Carbide Slitting Saw 1.25 X .50 X .01 Thick...

    Solid Carbide Slitting Saw 1.25 X .50 X .01 Thick 32 teeth MariTool

    Should run fine. I would back off rpms A LOT! 150-200 sfpm is a good starting point. Flood coolant, .0004 fpt. .277 is awefully...
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    We spend a lot of effort on nice photography of...

    We spend a lot of effort on nice photography of our products. Its a shame we have to distort it with our MariTool watermark. But when we first started in 2007 literally every damn picture we took was...
  10. We also sell variable flute with chipbreaker....

    We also sell variable flute with chipbreaker. These are from another vendor of mine. Been getting great feedback. Especially on 30 taper machines. The chipbreaker keeps the load down.

    3/8 Variable...
  11. I routinely ship products to military bases and I...

    I routinely ship products to military bases and I have thousands of medical machine shop customers. I'm not going anywhere. As long as UPS is picking up, we will be shipping product. As of a few days...
  12. You dont have to worry about the retention knob...

    You dont have to worry about the retention knob as a point of failure and less maintenance ( as far as replacing studs every year or so). Although HSK40 holders are more expensive.

    Brotherfrank,...
  13. Great post right here!! I agree 100%. Any...

    Great post right here!! I agree 100%.

    Any machine no matter how inaccurate or accurate will see some advantage if something is improved. Either tighter ball screws, better spindle, or better...
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    If its free I would take it.

    If its free I would take it.
  15. I will be the first to tip my hat to the quality...

    I will be the first to tip my hat to the quality of Big Kaiser tooling. For sure the best in the industry.

    I think it is great that amiller from Big Kaiser has chimed in and lets keep it civil and...
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    When you have hundreds of thousands or millions...

    When you have hundreds of thousands or millions on the line, no it is not too early to freak out. Cost of booth, trucks and rigging, plane tickets, etc, etc.

    I persopnally think everything is...
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    Wow, thank you guys. Im very lucky to have a...

    Wow, thank you guys. Im very lucky to have a great group of guys that care about what they do.

    Shawn_Laughlin,

    When it comes to balance you can't go overkill. A properly balanced tool holder...
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    Will IMTS get canceled?

    If you guys haven't heard yet 2 major companies have canceled there 2020 booth. For misc reasons. I have a feeling with the Corona frenzy / panic many more companies will follow. What are your...
  19. Its a big world. Many machine shops strictly buy...

    Its a big world. Many machine shops strictly buy from there 2-3 industrial supply vendors. If thats the case they will never hear from me. I dont sell thru distribution. I dont send salesman to...
  20. Several things here guys. Can we keep it civil...

    Several things here guys. Can we keep it civil here. Dont type anything that you wouldn't say to someones face 2 feet away.

    To be honest in a way I can understand the machine tool builders point...
  21. Nothing wrong with having a grand master. Good...

    Nothing wrong with having a grand master. Good for not having tolerance creep. When I say tolerance is not that tight please remeber I work in sub tenths every day. So it is all relative.
  22. I've always believed to just figure your costs,...

    I've always believed to just figure your costs, mark up a reasonable profit and the product should sell itself. We never had a salesman work for us. Never needed one, never wanted one. Build a good...
  23. Exactly. Looks like I was not part of the "club".

    Exactly. Looks like I was not part of the "club".
  24. It would be a good idea to talk to the dealership...

    It would be a good idea to talk to the dealership while negotiating and comparing with other machine tool brands. Let them know it will be a part of your decision when determining which machine you...
  25. Exactly. Only new quality holders or very good...

    Exactly. Only new quality holders or very good condition holders should be used on a new machine.
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