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    Ha!! I thought "mild steel" meant Butter,...

    Ha!!

    I thought "mild steel" meant Butter, that's all. :)

    R

    So 100 SFM (485 RPM). Same chipload, so 11 IPM.
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    Why the fuck are you two talking Inches and mm,...

    Why the fuck are you two talking Inches and mm, in the same thread? It's too time consuming to track. Brits use Inches too, it's okay.

    OP, I'd start at 350 SFM (1698 RPM). I would go with a .012"...
  3. JMO, in general, I think it's a safe assumption...

    JMO, in general, I think it's a safe assumption that breathing anything that isn't regular Earth air, is not good for Earthlings.

    On the topic of using Vegetable oil as coolant, that's stupid.
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    But if a guy had competent operators all that...

    But if a guy had competent operators all that would be irrelevant, wouldn't it? I can still post from V7. But because I'm able to do the job as described, it doesn't matter if it's supported or not....
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    My first call for ANY and ALL drilling operations...

    My first call for ANY and ALL drilling operations is Gurhing. Particularly a job that isn't exactly standard. Good knowledgeable customer help.
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    I'm not a mold guy. But I am a hole making guy. I...

    I'm not a mold guy. But I am a hole making guy. I NEVER use Reamers, I hate Reamers. I drill to size, I can hold .0005" with a Drill. Surface finish isn't as good as a Reamer (theoretically), but...
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    Unfortunately!! This is the direction we're...

    Unfortunately!! This is the direction we're going. Maybe the first few will suck, but I think over time they'll get better and cheaper. Embrace change, ye old bastards.

    R
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    Death is not morbid. What a strange TV land...

    Death is not morbid.

    What a strange TV land we live in today. EVERYONE is going to die, just don't know the way. Probably not worth being sad about, sad as in-no sauerkraut. Even CNC's are going...
  9. OP, Have you tried to Tach. the spindle in...

    OP, Have you tried to Tach. the spindle in comparison to the commanded speed?

    There is also a chance that the Alarm is from an over violation of commanded speed.

    R
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    You're going to die. The IRS gets theirs. R...

    You're going to die.

    The IRS gets theirs.

    R :D
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    Gadammit Frank!!! Only one way to do anything. No...

    Gadammit Frank!!! Only one way to do anything. No exception, no fingers, no thinking, no common sense. Just ask ol' whatisnuts...

    R
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    I'm not saying they aren't faster. It's very...

    I'm not saying they aren't faster. It's very close when we compare the actual Taxable revenues generated by either.

    What I am saying is...I don't believe the zip-zip machines are going to get me...
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    Usually Mike and I don't exactly see eye to eye. ...

    Usually Mike and I don't exactly see eye to eye. But eye agree with him on this.

    Barbter you prove the above statement and I'll buy lunch. :)

    R
  14. Those weren't cooked Ox. How to "cook" a chickens...

    Those weren't cooked Ox. How to "cook" a chickens egg, not how to drink them out of a glass.

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  15. Did you know that the pleats in a Chefs hat,...

    Did you know that the pleats in a Chefs hat, represent each way he/she knows how to cook a Chickens egg? True story. My hat has lots of pleats--Okuma Multus. True Mill/Turn--plus some. :D

    R
  16. As if!!! Very low risk job--CAM jockey. :)

    As if!!! Very low risk job--CAM jockey. :)
  17. If I wasn't lazy, I would highlight the same part...

    If I wasn't lazy, I would highlight the same part of the OP as Ox did.

    But indexing the Turret with the offset for the long Drill is not going to interrupt the process. You're still going to index...
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    IME. Finish passez need to be 2 or 3 times as...

    IME. Finish passez need to be 2 or 3 times as deep as other materials. Also run as many RPM as you can. 2000 SFM is not unrealistic.

    R
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    https://m.grainger.com/mobile/product/WIDIA-GTD-Va...

    https://m.grainger.com/mobile/product/WIDIA-GTD-Vanadium-High-Speed-Steel-WP7025931/_/N-18klZ1yza8ws?searchFlag=Browse&breadcrumbCatId=5331&fromPidp=true&picUrl=//static.grainger.com/rp/s/is/image/Gra...
  20. ROFLMAO. Eyme n gi, pet is 2019 bro.

    ROFLMAO. Eyme n gi, pet is 2019 bro.
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    Good Lord. He's not using an Indexable Bar. R

    Good Lord. He's not using an Indexable Bar.

    R
  22. Silly, Demascus steel cannot be Machinrd, bent,...

    Silly, Demascus steel cannot be Machinrd, bent, welded, broken, looked at, drilled, or melted----ever. Hasn't anyone looked into the facts.

    Aside from the sarcasm, you need a smaller cutter. All...
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    Good to hear your typing Dark. I think...

    Good to hear your typing Dark.

    I think knurling is probably the way I would do it.

    R
  24. If everything is on dial in the Machine, the TS...

    If everything is on dial in the Machine, the TS shouldn't have anything to do with runout. Unless of course a person is using the same center hole to do final inspection. That's why I asked....

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  25. How are you verifying TIR from the Threaded part...

    How are you verifying TIR from the Threaded part to the .562 Diameter?

    R
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