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    Hi DNelson, Sorry but didn't mean to ream you...

    Hi DNelson,

    Sorry but didn't mean to ream you out. If you were standing here in my shop and I walked up to you machining this in the way that was described, I would have giving more of a ribbing...
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    To be honest, I wasn't considering whether it was...

    To be honest, I wasn't considering whether it was chip breaking or full retract. In this situation, just 29 of anything is off the charts if you ask me. Maybe if you were running lights out and...
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    Hi Rusty, You're heading reads one way and...

    Hi Rusty,

    You're heading reads one way and your question reads another, meaning more like one asking about part geometry capabilities then it does surface finish because of your concerns over...
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    With a 0.100 clearance plain and a tip length of...

    With a 0.100 clearance plain and a tip length of 0.236 (118 deg) and an after the hole thru length of 0.075 you're looking at 1.986" of tool travel per hole. This suggestion equals 29 pecks for a...
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    I'd try 473 rpm and 165mm/min (6.5ipm) This is...

    I'd try 473 rpm and 165mm/min (6.5ipm) This is approximately 2.28kw. You're only at two diameters depth so try no pecking to start. You should be producing a pretty good chip, though it may not break...
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    With Mazak being Japanese they're probably JIS...

    With Mazak being Japanese they're probably JIS O-rings. If they're mostly small just buy a JIS kit. If not go to Maryland Metrics or The O-Ring Store. The O-Ring store sells smaller quantities though...
  7. I second the notion of renting Hillmans. That and...

    I second the notion of renting Hillmans. That and two buddies who get taken to lunch afterwards for anything they wanted. Bring a pallet jack or two if you have them as they work great for getting...
  8. Thanks Other Brother for the warning and...

    Thanks Other Brother for the warning and addresses. I'm leaning towards a bent bar pusher rod tip and so-so spindle liner running accuracy.

    Yes the sensor looks closer then a guy would think it...
  9. I believe that possibly G28 and certainly G53 can...

    I believe that possibly G28 and certainly G53 can not be given a feed rate. Rapid only.

    Like others have suggested, I really think there is nothing to worry about with you probe.
  10. Not likely that anyone really cares, but capped...

    Not likely that anyone really cares, but capped spindle rpm at 2547 and the job ran all day.

    Think my Spindle Speed Abnormal alarm is more physical than electrical.
  11. I don't have the ladder in print, and for me to...

    I don't have the ladder in print, and for me to try and follow it on the screen is beyond my brain power. I'm going to call tomorrow when this job is done and order a ladder printout and find out...
  12. No numbers on the drive. They look all okay. ...

    No numbers on the drive. They look all okay.

    Screw it... it just alarmed out during cutoff too. I noticed that my SFM is high enough that the entire batch of code listed earlier is running at the...
  13. After reading this I wonder... Can CSS...

    After reading this I wonder...

    Can CSS (Constant Surface Speed) control fail to keep up with tool path position and feed commands to the extent that it would throw this Spindle Abnormal Alarm?
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  14. Mori SL200 Alarm EX0491 Spindle Speed Abnormal Help and Ideas

    Greetings,

    Been having this alarm pop up recently. Stops the machine cold and have to reboot. I'm running a 1" 12L14 steel bar job. A couple of the sticks are not the straightest and am dealing...
  15. Like Mike I can't see what the problem is....

    Like Mike I can't see what the problem is. Personally I don't want my control to assume anything. Offsets especially. That means I'm no longer in charge. Knowing that the turret doesn't automatically...
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    The program style I speak of has the exact same...

    The program style I speak of has the exact same amount of tool changes regardless of how many parts. The block skipped blocks that call for additional offsets or parts to be made are included in each...
  17. Just a word bout mistakes in printing, labels or...

    Just a word bout mistakes in printing, labels or otherwise, from a guy who spent 30 years in the printing industry before moving on and becoming a machinist. Mistakes happen all the time.

    I mostly...
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    I concur. Also safer. One local drawing. One...

    I concur. Also safer. One local drawing. One local program. Once proofed you can dance it around the stock and/or machine any way you want using on the fly G10 offset changes or simple work...
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    Try Master Chemical E206. It's an EP type multi...

    Try Master Chemical E206. It's an EP type multi metal usable. I used it in my garage for 10 years without trouble. Ran it about 7-8%. Keep the ratio right and and remove the oil on top every once in...
  20. Thanks... you're probably right. Dave

    Thanks... you're probably right.

    Dave
  21. Yes the one new picture shows a precision...

    Yes the one new picture shows a precision parallel I had properly held in the tool space. Of course I had it tipped to the active position. I got nine tenths over the entire machine travel in X...
  22. I think you're right again. Even Mori, who has...

    I think you're right again. Even Mori, who has gotten lame over the years in there part name call-outs calls them all "coupling". Works for me.

    In the live tool drawing I'm seeing how the entire...
  23. Casanova, Well two to three-ish. So jack the...

    Casanova,
    Well two to three-ish. So jack the whole axis up with shims? I've got to verify things a lot better before I get into that idea.(Like my test tools as stated.) But it is a way.



    Ox,...
  24. Either will work. Dave

    Either will work.

    Dave
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    Sticky: I have some items posted that I want to lower the...

    I have some items posted that I want to lower the price on but can't see the option to edit my posts. How is that done?

    Thank you,
    Dave
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