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    Hi, We picked up an old NP11 cheap(euro...

    Hi,
    We picked up an old NP11 cheap(euro 2000.00) and it runs as good as our Deco .I made a 'live' guide bush holder and at 1/8th the cost of our Deco we are not to worried about the slower cycle...
  2. Thread: PICS PICS PICS!!!

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    Hi Solar, Nice photo's I have the exact...

    Hi Solar,
    Nice photo's I have the exact machine in the workshop though my consol is all in German (long story).One of things I noticed is your unusual set up.You must have a hell of a job...
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    Hi Every one, Well after 1yr of...

    Hi Every one,
    Well after 1yr of prototyping ,finely I have a Gunlock which is SELF LOCKING and has a Key (which is only used to remove) with 10,000 combinations.

    I am posting here as...
  4. Thread: Gun safety

    by ryan
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    Hi all, My gun immobilisers which are...

    Hi all,
    My gun immobilisers which are Self Locking.
    sold well BUT, People wanted their own indevidual Keys.So after 1 yr ,I have made the prototypes and are on www.chamberlock.com.
    ...
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    Hi Solar, Simple answer is why use an...

    Hi Solar,
    Simple answer is why use an expensive bit of equipment the wrong way.It could cost you big time.
    The U/drills etc. are great, you need to use them.Like all new products...
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    Hi Solar, Your U/Drill is max for the...

    Hi Solar,
    Your U/Drill is max for the HP you have available and this is in a freecutting steel.If you are using stainless forget it.
    I would normally use only up to 1.250" U/drill with...
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    Basicly ,what I do is take some 1.Seamless tube...

    Basicly ,what I do is take some
    1.Seamless tube
    2.Ram to suit I/D with the travel to suit your cnc.We use a main shaft of 12mm and with O/D of 22mm
    3.Small feed control regulater each end with...
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    PS. Make you own barfeed for $500 it is easy.

    PS.
    Make you own barfeed for $500 it is easy.
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    Hi Solar71, Using a 4ft barfeeder has...

    Hi Solar71,
    Using a 4ft barfeeder has lots of advantages.

    Setting time: You donot have to set around it.
    and the puller can take 10 to 15mins
    to get...
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    The Miyano I run has 3 turrets and twin spindles...

    The Miyano I run has 3 turrets and twin spindles
    I can O/D turn and overlap the i/d work on my main spindle then overlap the 2nd spindle, the live angle drilling is often used.
    The...
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    Hi tunaman, If you have other...

    Hi tunaman,
    If you have other programmes.In edit
    or DIR type in say O0005 ( a Programme number you have)then the programme step down arrow (which cursors through the programme)*not page...
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    lots of stuff for, 12's ...

    lots of stuff for,
    12's
    18's
    42's
    60,s

    contact: Gerry
    [email protected]
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    Hi Machinist kid, Sloting is ...

    Hi Machinist kid,
    Sloting is done on our machine centre using .
    spindle stop
    M19 orentation
    G98 (MM or inches min)
    G81 (Drill mode )with a X or Y movements.
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    Hi Jim and Mr Bridgeport. Jim. I am Welsh and...

    Hi Jim and Mr Bridgeport.
    Jim.
    I am Welsh and my wife Irish,We live in a little town called 'Bunclody' it's on the Wexford /Carlow border.It's a great place to live
    and a great way of life.You...
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    Tried that Jim,

    Tried that Jim,
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    Anyone help me with info on this NP11 sliding...

    Anyone help me with info on this NP11 sliding head machine.We have just purchaced it second hand.
    I have it working but the machine has lost its reference points.The manual has pages...
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    Good replys, The material you are...

    Good replys,
    The material you are cutting is very relevent of course, but the point i was making is you still have the recommended cutting speed (FPM).

    Each supplier will give you a...
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    Hi out there, This is something...

    Hi out there,
    This is something people always quote me formula's.
    e.g. Bar dia Divided by 'pi'x FPM. or what ever

    Just like 'conceptsmachine' from the speeds and feeds debate.
    ...
  19. Thread: Feeds and Speeds

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    I am not BIN95, I will start a...

    I am not BIN95,
    I will start a new thread and will not mention a word about my book.
  20. Thread: Feeds and Speeds

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    Hi mrainy and toolmakerjim, ...

    Hi mrainy and toolmakerjim,
    Ok, I hold my hand up.
    I do not mean to sound like a 'know it all'.
    I just get mad at people dismissing my pocketbook without trying it...
  21. Thread: Feeds and Speeds

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    Hi metlmunchr and doug925, I am not guilty...

    Hi metlmunchr and doug925,

    I am not guilty this time metlmunchr,
    and this board is to help people doug925.

    I work everyday on the shop floor.

    At the moment I am setting the latest Miyano 3...
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    Hi Mark, You are right to diversify to...

    Hi Mark,
    You are right to diversify to cnc ,lower quanties are going to be a fact of life.
    My barfeeds are a multi feed system which handle 1metre bars from 10mm to 52mm ,we...
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    Hi mark, Hope you have a good year as...

    Hi mark,
    Hope you have a good year as well.I was hoping for work in the sun as my old bones love the heat.It would take a lot to make me move from Ireland though,I have it good out here.
    ...
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    by ryan
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    Hi out there, Well another year has...

    Hi out there,
    Well another year has past me by.
    I am 51 and looking for a new challange. After successfully tranforming the company I work for from a mass producer, into a low quantity...
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    Hi Ray, The acromatics usually have port...

    Hi Ray,
    The acromatics usually have port in the back of the machine that you can plug in a computor mouse and keyboard.We use system this on one of our Cincinnati's.
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