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  1. Go to 6:55 in this video, I think it's what the...

    Go to 6:55 in this video, I think it's what the op might be talking about, or at least similar. No idea who makes it or where to get it though.


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  2. That's why I questioned coolant as a variable...

    That's why I questioned coolant as a variable that could have easily changed in what sounded like an already proven process. Although, as was said above by someone else, a .750" initial plunge is...
  3. How's your coolant? You said you took over the...

    How's your coolant? You said you took over the business, did it sit for a long time? Is it fresh or old? Concentration? Different brand or type?

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  4. Easy to do with either a comparator or CMM with...

    Easy to do with either a comparator or CMM with just the dims on the drawing, other than tolerance which was stated in the op. Material thickness and all that other stuff is irrelevant. Origin on...
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    Used the use one of these at the last place I...

    Used the use one of these at the last place I worked. Worked good and pretty cheap.

    Siphon Manual Hand Liquid Transfer...
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    This is an old LED light bar from my jeep. It was...

    This is an old LED light bar from my jeep. It was too broad for the jeep but perfect for my mill. I think it was about $40 on amazon. Bought a $15 power supply and wired it direct to the mill so when...
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    Exactly, couldn't have said it better. ...

    Exactly, couldn't have said it better.

    Slapping ISO/AS paperwork on a job doesn't make bad parts good. MAKING good parts makes them good. Regardless of the methods you use to achieve that result....
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    BS. AS and ISO have nothing to do with making...

    BS. AS and ISO have nothing to do with making good parts. Good parts come from good planning, programming, attention to detail, and quality employees who take pride in their work. Passing a BS audit...
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    I have a Milltronics P1H VMC in my garage that I...

    I have a Milltronics P1H VMC in my garage that I use Trim 585XT in. Sometimes it goes for a week or so without use and the coolant has never gone bad. I skim a lot so I'm sure that helps. And I'm in...
  10. I can't say for sure over long time frames...

    I can't say for sure over long time frames (days/weeks), as I usually take measurements within 10 min to an hour. I can say that I've compared the measurements from a mold to other measurements of...
  11. Use an indicator and mag base to check all of the...

    Use an indicator and mag base to check all of the inserts to make sure they are at the same level. You might have one hanging down lower than the rest. Also, 150 rpm seems a bit slow to me. I'm not...
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    I have a milltronics p1 that has the same style...

    I have a milltronics p1 that has the same style of tool changer and I went through a similar problem. Mine was a short which caused a fried prox sensor. You can get suitable replacements from...
  13. We use Panasil (I think that's how it's spelled)....

    We use Panasil (I think that's how it's spelled). Dental stuff also, in the same tubes as the picture above. No air bubbles unless you dont mix it well or don't get it into the nooks and crannies...
  14. I do/have owned several grand cherokees - ...

    I do/have owned several grand cherokees - similar vehicle, same suspension setup, and similar wheelbase. As someone else said, bumpers will help add some weight without sacrificing space which will...
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    A few guys at work bought those, I wasn't very...

    A few guys at work bought those, I wasn't very impressed. Plastic bezel and just doesn't feel very well made overall. I think one of them broke within a few months. Interapid are my personal...
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    I think you missed what the OP is trying to...

    I think you missed what the OP is trying to dress, and you're making it way overcomplicated. It's a red scotchbrite flap/buff used in a handheld diegrinder or foredom. Chuck it up in your rotary tool...
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    How do you figure? Been using them for 30 years...

    How do you figure? Been using them for 30 years for dressing wheels or scotchbrite pads of all shapes and sizes. Besides, the OP is talking about dressing a scotchbrite buff, never going to hold an...
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    Use one of these, it's what they're made for....

    Use one of these, it's what they're made for. https://uploads.tapatalk-cdn.com/20190521/96c852b04c2cfbf636c518b2a7f10363.jpg

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  19. Dental putty and an optical comparator works....

    Dental putty and an optical comparator works. Clean part with alcohol first to make sure you get a good mold.

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