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  1. Actually, he returned my call in a reasonable...

    Actually, he returned my call in a reasonable time, I was simply under a time crunch to have an answer. He got back to me the same day I contacted them, and was very helpful. We were looking at an...
  2. Well an update, I did get a response from Faro....

    Well an update, I did get a response from Faro. The local rep was very helpful, and gave me quite a bit of information. Faro CAM2 software is between $8000-$8500 for probing only, including 3 days of...
  3. FARO Arm software suggestions and estimated cost

    We are looking at a used FARO arm for portable shop measurement use. This used arm does not include software. Trying to figure out additional cost of supporting software for the arm. I'm in a time...
  4. How big is the spline your broaching? Maybe...

    How big is the spline your broaching? Maybe something you can do with a rotary broach from someone like polygon solutions?
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    Maybe he didn't log in excel how many times he...

    Maybe he didn't log in excel how many times he has asked this question.
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    If I am milling out a tap, I much prefer an...

    If I am milling out a tap, I much prefer an OmegaDrill to anything else. Very strong, made for the purpose of removing taps. I've never had one break while removing a tap. My other preferred method,...
  7. I just single block to where you have the N200...

    I just single block to where you have the N200 line then place in edit and skip to the g70 line. Place back in auto and take single block off and let'er rip.
  8. Have you looked at Thinbit?

    Have you looked at Thinbit?
  9. I have had Frank add corner radiuses to some of...

    I have had Frank add corner radiuses to some of his reduced shank end mills in the past, took about a week extra without trying to expedite anything. I also did not have them recoated so I'm sure it...
  10. Thread: Reamer issue

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    How much material are you leaving in the hole...

    How much material are you leaving in the hole prior to reaming? Sometimes leaving slightly more material, or increasing your feedrate will force a reamer to true itself up when it enters the hole. I...
  11. Thread: Deep slot

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    If the slot is thru, and the part allows, I would...

    If the slot is thru, and the part allows, I would take a 3/4" feedmill and profile ramp that slot halfway, flip and rinse n repeat. If I wanted a better finish on the wall I would use a reduced shank...
  12. I guess it all depends on what is really truely...

    I guess it all depends on what is really truely needed... A perfect thread form, or a part that works. Sometimes you simply need a part that works.
  13. We use ACME treadmills made by Scientific Tools...

    We use ACME treadmills made by Scientific Tools for some 317ss nuts with a 3/4 (can't remember pitch) thread. Works like a champ.
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    I have been using the same end mills from...

    I have been using the same end mills from maritool and have not had any problems.
  15. Thread: Cycle Time

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    I hear excel can even estimate, to a 99% accuracy...

    I hear excel can even estimate, to a 99% accuracy of probability of when you will break a tool. It can also tell you what tooling you will need to recover from the said broken tool.

    The only...
  16. My first question is why not do it all from one...

    My first question is why not do it all from one side? I assume machine or tooling is your limitation. How are you currently holding the material?

    If it were me, and I could not clean up any of the...
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    Maritool.com

    Maritool.com
  18. 151490 Is that what you were looking for?

    151490

    Is that what you were looking for?
  19. Hey Wheelie, I broke a haimer another way, but...

    Hey Wheelie, I broke a haimer another way, but saved the indicator which is in great condition still. I was planning on making a tool height setter out of it, but I'm sure will never get to the...
  20. First thing I would try is use a floating holder....

    First thing I would try is use a floating holder. I would bet you a buck your problem disappears.
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    Sorry, didn't notice your question until now. I...

    Sorry, didn't notice your question until now. I generally program and run our mills, so I have not had the opportunity to try and bore with the Ingersoll drills, but I have used a helical ramp into...
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    You must drill a hole first, then bore or ream to...

    You must drill a hole first, then bore or ream to size.
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    We have had one for years. Our tapered base sits...

    We have had one for years. Our tapered base sits on a small granite surface plate with a 24" height gauge next to it. Sometimes we have to put blocks under the height gauge to measure long tooling....
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    I am assuming you are talking about the Ingersoll...

    I am assuming you are talking about the Ingersoll QuadTwist drills, as the Quad Drills start at 2.125" and go up. We have slowly been switching from old Valenite insert drills to the Ingersoll...
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    I think I say this at least once a day to...

    I think I say this at least once a day to someone... Quit whining!
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