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    Put original boards back in and changed the b...

    Put original boards back in and changed the b axis position parameter value to make it run.
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    HS-1 Alarm 353: aux axis no home

    12/97 HS-1RP

    Recently moved due to shop expansion, reinstalled and powered up ok. Was idling with power on when shop unexpectedly lost power. Upon power up after outage "Alarm 353: Aux Axis No...
  3. As long as the thread form is the same on all...

    As long as the thread form is the same on all diameters, then yes. This is one of the great advantages of thread milling: Versatility and less tool changes in the cycle.

    I don't have a lot of...
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    ANSI Y14.5 (Dimensioning and Tolerancing) which...

    ANSI Y14.5 (Dimensioning and Tolerancing) which is probably called out on the customer handbook or specifications is the basis for the requirement of a controlled teprature. Fundamental Rule (k)...
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    Thats fine, but I would suggest using CSS G96 and...

    Thats fine, but I would suggest using CSS G96 and inputing the SFM directly to let the machine calculate and execute the RPM required to maintain your set SFM. Be sure to use a G50 to limit the max...
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    700 and .06? For finishing maybe. I'd rough at...

    700 and .06? For finishing maybe.

    I'd rough at about 600 SFM and .016-.018/rev and .1 DOC if your machine/set up is capable, then you can kick it up a little to finish at around .03-.05 DOC and...
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    And increase your DOC if your set up will handle...

    And increase your DOC if your set up will handle it.
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    Are you using CSS? It depends on your set up...

    Are you using CSS?

    It depends on your set up how hard you can push the tooling and the machine, but I’d say 1350SFM is too fast as it is. You need to increase your chip load and decrease your SFM...
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    Thread milling is out due to L/D ratio. Form taps...

    Thread milling is out due to L/D ratio. Form taps are out due to the instant work hardening of inconel. The thread size is small enough that you are in danger of breaking the tap when you reverse it...
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    I would bet the reason that it cut ok for a...

    I would bet the reason that it cut ok for a while, and then stopped is because you weren't able to maintain consistent pressure with the speed and extension you are using, and you have therefore work...
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