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  1. I'd like to hear people's answers to this too. I...

    I'd like to hear people's answers to this too. I have close to 400 unique cutters in a Lista cabinet in labeled drawers with an inventory system through Productivity Inc. I've taken to putting used...
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    "Your friend" might want to worry about voiding...

    "Your friend" might want to worry about voiding his warranty.

    :)
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    Cut it into small pieces and make a cybernetic...

    Cut it into small pieces and make a cybernetic hand:

    Redesigning My Biomimetic Mechatronic Hand - 3D Printed Interphalangeal Joint - YouTube
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    You're coming through five by five.

    You're coming through five by five.
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    I don't care one bit if a UI is "pretty". I need...

    I don't care one bit if a UI is "pretty". I need it to be efficient and want it to be intuitive. Being easy to use for a noob is a big plus, but it's far more important for it to be easy and fast...
  6. The biggest problem I see is with unanticipated...

    The biggest problem I see is with unanticipated loading. You can stand on an empty pop can, but as soon as you touch the side with your other foot it collapses. I see these designs with long, thin,...
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    Better yet, a D20 shaped box for your dice and...

    Better yet, a D20 shaped box for your dice and figures.

    Yeah, D&D's been around since the 70's. I think you'd be hard pressed to find someone who hasn't at least heard of it. I still play when...
  8. One machinist at this company, percentage under...

    One machinist at this company, percentage under 40 is zero.
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    If it has onboard collision avoidance it's...

    If it has onboard collision avoidance it's already self aware to an extent.
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    Definitely contact multiple tool reps, and do...

    Definitely contact multiple tool reps, and do sample parts to prove out their tools and parameters before chewing into the real part. You don't want to have to deburr that backside too much.
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    Have you tried Google Translate?

    Have you tried Google Translate?
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    Wow, someone hasn't been paying attention. ...

    Wow, someone hasn't been paying attention.

    China was able to enforce hard lockdowns, even welding shut the doors of apartment buildings by some accounts. In the USA people cry "unconstitutional"...
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    As said above, that's completely a non-issue on...

    As said above, that's completely a non-issue on anything approaching a modern control. I can load multi-megabyte programs by USB flash or ethernet in seconds. Many of my programs are in the ten...
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    Yup. Consider Polymer 80, the company that was...

    Yup. Consider Polymer 80, the company that was selling uncompleted lowers and parts kits for you to finish it yourself. 100% legal, until the ATF changed their mind. Now they're going to have to...
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    While true, I think you'd need to be running some...

    While true, I think you'd need to be running some pretty big indexables for that to tip the equation. The 15K spindle on the 2015 VF-3SS will happily drive a 3/4" indexable drill 4" deep in 17-4...
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    Mazak has always been big on selling their...

    Mazak has always been big on selling their machines with conversational programming. They make a sales pitch that you won't need CAM or a programming department. That entirely falls down when you...
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    As I said, above, I only had 12 parts to do. I...

    As I said, above, I only had 12 parts to do. I bit the bullet and made a snug fitting delrin plug. That allowed me to clamp harder without distorting the part, and I got them run off yesterday.
    ...
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    It's also kind of a flooded market, unless you...

    It's also kind of a flooded market, unless you can turn out large volumes of ammo on short notice.
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    Well said Carbon. Those who make parts for a...

    Well said Carbon.

    Those who make parts for a living want and need their gcode to be highly reliable and predictable. The more you add complicated decision making functions, the greater the chance...
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    That's all in Fanuc Macro B. Standard or an...

    That's all in Fanuc Macro B. Standard or an option on every industrial CNC machine. Won't find it on most hobby grade machines.

    This is what you want:...
  21. If people knew the actual inflation rate, it...

    If people knew the actual inflation rate, it would crash the economy - Business Insider
  22. Bear in mind that apparently low rate of...

    Bear in mind that apparently low rate of inflation coincides with redefining how they measure inflation. The true rate is far higher.
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    I've just treated it like 17-4, seems to work...

    I've just treated it like 17-4, seems to work fine.
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    I wrote a Fanuc Macro B program that would...

    I wrote a Fanuc Macro B program that would engrave time, date, and incrementing serial number, user scalable, in a line at a specified angle or on an arc of a specified radius starting at a specified...
  25. This seems to be a common Haas problem. The chip...

    This seems to be a common Haas problem. The chip screen trays are just too small and shallow.
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