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  1. No, the 8xD is good for no pilot. You can do 12xD...

    No, the 8xD is good for no pilot. You can do 12xD when you use the self centering HCP head. The 3 flute drill only goes to 5xD and they don't have an Alu geometry for it yet.
    As for speeds and...
  2. Just checked MSC's website. Here is their part...

    Just checked MSC's website.

    Here is their part #: 02864742 $600 list.

    Twist their arm for all it's worth and get them down to 500.. :D
  3. $800..?? :eek: That sounds REALLY high. MSC...

    $800..?? :eek:

    That sounds REALLY high.
    MSC should be able to beat that....
    IIRC a .750 dia x 3xD body was $300 or less.
  4. Forgot? It's daily....:D

    Forgot? It's daily....:D
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    A Sandvik Corodrill 880 is really bad too. I...

    A Sandvik Corodrill 880 is really bad too. I don't know why it's so high pitched but it makes my ears bleed LOL.
    OSG and Ingersoll never have noise issues in my experience, they just make a low...
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    TREASON!! He should put a DMG MORI or a...

    TREASON!!


    He should put a DMG MORI or a Mazak logo on it....
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    It's a 47 mm drill. I've pushed a 32 mm OSG...

    It's a 47 mm drill.
    I've pushed a 32 mm OSG drill to .008 ipr.
    True, it could be a bit high, but the point is he has room to go up with the feedrate.
  8. I thought spammers get half.....??

    I thought spammers get half.....??
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    Your chips are a classic example of feeding a...

    Your chips are a classic example of feeding a little on the light side. They are "accordion" shaped now, but as soon as you give it enough feed they will come off in 6s & 9s.
  10. Is this a spammer..?? :D Linkys and all.

    Is this a spammer..?? :D

    Linkys and all.
  11. The drill / insert combination is your problem. ...

    The drill / insert combination is your problem.
    Straight flute drills lend themselves best to horizontals or lathes.
    The Allied spades work okay for banging out parts on the drill press or lathe ...
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    This thread has gone from OT to WOT (Way Off...

    This thread has gone from OT to WOT (Way Off Topic)......:D

    But here's another one:

    What's the difference between a dead chicken on the road and a dead lawyer on the road?
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  13. Good grief, it would take a fortune to load that...

    Good grief, it would take a fortune to load that tool up......

    How many horses on the machine to run it?? :eek:
  14. Threadmilling works VERY well on pipe threads. A...

    Threadmilling works VERY well on pipe threads.
    A tap has a huge engagement because of the tapered thread.
    Oh, did I say threadmills are good for NPT?
    No more broken pipe taps :cheers:
    Oh, and...
  15. +1 for that. Never heard one good word about...

    +1 for that.

    Never heard one good word about Ellison.

    Oh, BTW the MI HFO (Gerotech) is a sight better than that with parts. Maybe it makes a difference that they sell 500+ machines/year in...
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    Thread closed due to lack of OT in the title and...

    Thread closed due to lack of OT in the title and idle chit-chat nature. :D
  17. You asked for it, here it is. :D Interpolating...

    You asked for it, here it is. :D

    Interpolating is great if you're doing onesy/twosy stuff or making some truly massive holes, otherwise it's a big waste of time.

    Threadmilling is kinda the same...
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    Your feed is too light. You are at .0046 ipr...

    Your feed is too light. You are at .0046 ipr (translated for us primitives :D).
    That size insert drill should be able to handle closer to .01 ipr (0.25 mm).
    Just gradually increase the feed rate...
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    Cool! And now we need to invent specialty...

    Cool!

    And now we need to invent specialty LEGOs like a T-slot table, Bport head, lathe chuck, etc. :D
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    Did you hear the good news and the bad news? ...

    Did you hear the good news and the bad news?

    The good news is a busload of lawyers drove off a cliff.

    The bad news........there were 4 empty seats.
  21. I. Guess. Some. People. Don't.

    I.

    Guess.

    Some.

    People.

    Don't.
  22. Oh for Pete's sake, GO AWAY!!

    Oh for Pete's sake, GO AWAY!!
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    That G47 is SWEET! I can't count how much time...

    That G47 is SWEET!

    I can't count how much time it has saved me. :D
  24. My pet peeve is when I ask someone what tolerance...

    My pet peeve is when I ask someone what tolerance I have for their part.

    "Well, it has to be right on."

    "No, I mean how far off can it be?"

    "Well, it's a CNC machine, right? It should be...
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    There you go. I fixed that for you. I can set...

    There you go. I fixed that for you.
    I can set you up for spamming classes for just $99/month.
    This is the book we use: Spamming PM for Dummies
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