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    Not sure how the one in your pic werks, but it...

    Not sure how the one in your pic werks, but it just looks like a clamp unit?

    I was talking about this type here, but I don't know that I can find a video of the actuation.
    Nothing came up on...
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    I would like to give this whole post yet another...

    I would like to give this whole post yet another "like"!

    I wonder if the "pull-down" style chucks will ever make it mainstream one day?
    They are used frequently in dedicated jobs, and Stace-Allen...
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    I understand that, but I doubt he does, and I...

    I understand that, but I doubt he does, and I doubt that his machine is set that way as I am sure that yours is one of very few.


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    Think Snow Eh!
    Ox
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    The G98 and G99 in your post are the G94 and G95...

    The G98 and G99 in your post are the G94 and G95 that you are used to in your mill.

    I have no clue why those are not the same tho?


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  5. Well, some leaks actually could be a good thing...

    Well, some leaks actually could be a good thing as long as they don't lower PSI much and as long as they aren't blowing the chips back in the holes.

    If you have small ports and high pressure, you...
  6. Oh, so these are used machines that you have...

    Oh, so these are used machines that you have comming in - to be just like what you already know.
    Well sure....

    But your last paragraph is exactly what I would doo, or even have actually done when...
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    I'm not 100% sure how big of a deal the internet...

    I'm not 100% sure how big of a deal the internet issue is or not?
    I'm guessing that most of the phone calls (at least long distance?) go over the internet lines anyway these days?

    I live in the...
  8. ... and you knew this when you ordered it? A...

    ... and you knew this when you ordered it?

    A new CNC lathe in late 2019 and it doesn't have internal coolant?

    :crazy:

    :willy_nilly:

    :dopeslap:
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    Found it!

    Turns out that the FEEDRATE OVER-RIDE pot had gotten run up to 200%.

    But the thing is that this machine does NOT have a switch/dial, it is a digital value that is buried a cpl pages away from...
  10. Thread: Protohawk Machine

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    Your buck/boost is single phase? ...

    Your buck/boost is single phase?



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    Ox
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    I doo feel sorry for this kid. I can only...

    I doo feel sorry for this kid.
    I can only imagine the overwhelming condition that he has gotten himself into.

    For a small single batch of machines, I just didn't understand the point of...
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    Well, mine is a scroll chuck (obviously the pic...

    Well, mine is a scroll chuck (obviously the pic is of a faceplate with fixtures) and so I don't see the lift like seems to be common on hydraulically actuated chucks for some reason?
    When I put my...
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    I just got done running a batch of these bearing...

    I just got done running a batch of these bearing blocks that were 1900# and 3/4" out of center.
    Doo to the unbalance - I was happy to be able to spin @ 100RPM without getting too much issue.
    ...
  14. No - it's the same day as his other post. ...

    No - it's the same day as his other post.


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    I highly doubt it's your incoming power. Did...

    I highly doubt it's your incoming power.

    Did you try jumpering out the thermo lines back in the control yet?

    After tearing the other motor all down, I would like to think that you would put it...
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    Ass_u_ming that "axis" in your scenario actually...

    Ass_u_ming that "axis" in your scenario actually means "servo motor" - then sure.


    I didn't hear the clutch in the vid - were you able to hear it?

    Just for grins - I would try to turn the...
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    Many times we are just too far removed from the...

    Many times we are just too far removed from the designer, and the tier(s) above us are not overly interested in relaying our questions.

    This is when it is just best to quote it both ways and let...
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    I can git it skidded up, no worries. ...

    I can git it skidded up, no worries.


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  19. Yu'know - if the business is worthy of being sold...

    Yu'know - if the business is worthy of being sold at a decent price, it likely could be ran - somewhat detached?

    Meaning - that if you sourced some, many, or all of your parts, and maybe had...
  20. Thermite: What on Earth possessed you today? ...

    Thermite:

    What on Earth possessed you today?

    We are NOT demeaning those who post RFQ's in this section!

    That's not even like you otherwise....
    Maybe get checked for brain tumor soon?
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    IDK what a Rapid attachment is, but pretty sure I...

    IDK what a Rapid attachment is, but pretty sure I aint got one.


    I don't know the 60 series machines, so no help there.


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    $45 on simple stuff is not bad $. Especially if...

    $45 on simple stuff is not bad $.
    Especially if it is legacy.


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    Adjustment. Not just fastening to. Like...

    Adjustment.

    Not just fastening to.

    Like maybe the hollow threaded bore of a straight shank collet holder/extension.

    Odds are good that this app does NOT have any use for such, but from...
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    Taper Attachment for 16" Monarch #61

    Been stored outside for several years.

    I have CNC, so no use for a taper attachment.

    I think most everything is there, and I'm sure that it will clean up with some elbow grease. (not avail in...
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    No misprint. It is saying that you can "chuck"...

    No misprint.

    It is saying that you can "chuck" a 12" part in the machine if equipped with 3 jaw (other?) chucks in stead of collets.
    It's not going to swallow a 12" bar, just a 12" slug - just...
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