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    We use a lot of INSIZE instruments at work. They...

    We use a lot of INSIZE instruments at work. They work just fine for us INSIZE
  2. I doubt it's worth your time getting too deep...

    I doubt it's worth your time getting too deep into a discussion with somebody that thinks 50 is 10% less than 60 (for the non-technical 60 is 20% more than 50 but 50 is 16.67% less than 60):).
  3. The worst part about it is Hyster probably paid...

    The worst part about it is Hyster probably paid around $200 for those tilt cylinders from their supplier. Not one bit helpful but i'm always amazed at the spares prices charged.
  4. Not at it quite as long as some of you guys but...

    Not at it quite as long as some of you guys but the first part i ever programmed and ran myself was an induction hardened rod for a hydraulic cylinder sometime in 2012. Our company had just purchased...
  5. Please make sure and post a link when you are...

    Please make sure and post a link when you are selling these. I would be interested in purchasing a pack of 5.

    How much do you think you would sell them for 5 at a time?
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    Custom Hydraulic Cylinder Manufacturer |...

    Custom Hydraulic Cylinder Manufacturer | Burnsideautocyl.com

    If you are willing to relocate these guys in Ireland are always on the lookout for people with your kind of experience. There are a...
  7. I like these guys. The pipe is flexible enough to...

    I like these guys. The pipe is flexible enough to get around tap holders.

    QPM Products coolant nozzles
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    I think i have something pretty close to what you...

    I think i have something pretty close to what you are looking for. PM with your email address.
  9. What you describe sounds a lot like the end of...

    What you describe sounds a lot like the end of stroke cushioning mechanism used in some single acting mast cylinders. The annular side does not fill up with oil. There is more than likely a one way...
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    +1 for Cogsdill. Burnishing Tools | Cogsdill...

    +1 for Cogsdill.

    Burnishing Tools | Cogsdill

    We use their internal burnishing tools regularly. Excellent company to deal with.
  11. We had a new lathe 2/3 years ago that was...

    We had a new lathe 2/3 years ago that was throwing this alarm every now and again. Easy fix was to change the parameter for the length of time the pump ran for and allow a little extra time for...
  12. Depending on what part of Maryland you're in I...

    Depending on what part of Maryland you're in I know of a company in Chambersburg PA that is happy to hire without experience and train on the job. PM me if you're interested in learning more.
  13. The jaws are in pretty good nick but might give...

    The jaws are in pretty good nick but might give them a skim to make sure.
  14. Feet are epoxied to the concrete. Machine would...

    Feet are epoxied to the concrete. Machine would have been leveled during installation.

    Am i way off wondering about what a crash might have done?
  15. I better double check with my man on the hardness...

    I better double check with my man on the hardness tester!!

    Also the bar is only 20" long. 5" sticking out the front and 2-1/2" tall jaws. Is this long enough to cause that kind of trouble?
  16. CNC lathe: Checks to help diagnose vibration source

    We've got a Leadwell LTC-35 that's about 3yrs old. 15" Chuck, 12 station BMT-75 turret.

    Mostly we don't get too much trouble with vibration. We can generally rough, finish turn and thread no...
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    We had a victor lathe once with a similar...

    We had a victor lathe once with a similar problem. After a relatively short amount of use we would get a thermal overload on the x-axis. We found one of the wires going to the brake had broken. Fixed...
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    I'm not sure about polar but i know if not in...

    I'm not sure about polar but i know if not in polar and you are feeding the c-axis this value is in deg/min rather than mm/min.
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    It might vary by controller but on our Fanuc...

    It might vary by controller but on our Fanuc Oi-TF we mostly just index it. Anytime we do have to interpolate, cleaning up threads for instance, we would reference C home (G28 H0), move in absolute...
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    Sticky: In your example i would probable do my arithmetic...

    In your example i would probable do my arithmetic before my loops.

    #1 = start height, #2 = DOC, #3 = final Z, #4 = Fin pass depth

    #5(No. Passes) = FUP((#1-#3-#4))/#2). FUP (Fix Up) will round...
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    Sticky: I am no expert on macros either but i'll share my...

    I am no expert on macros either but i'll share my thoughts and I am ready to be corrected.

    I would not think putting the IF at the end of your DO loop would be considered good practice. The way...
  22. What kind of parts will you be welding? We make...

    What kind of parts will you be welding? We make hydraulic cylinders. Some parts we weld at 170amps with 4 runs and other parts we're hitting 300amps with 10 runs of weld. Your welder is running much...
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    What x value is it displaying for each of the...

    What x value is it displaying for each of the last three cuts?
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    Were you in Leamington Spa for the training...

    Were you in Leamington Spa for the training course? I did that one a few years ago when we bought or new Doosan.

    Just a thought but it might make life easier if you made a copy of the program and...
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    We engrave on the OD in our lathes and we are...

    We engrave on the OD in our lathes and we are limited to 3500rpm.
    In one of our smaller lathes we invested in a WTO 3:1 speeder.
    Engraving at 9000rpm with a 3mm ball nose end mill works great for...
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