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    Haas VF spindles seem to be relatively robust. ...

    Haas VF spindles seem to be relatively robust. They aren't exotic by any stretch, are of typically basic construction and also relatively cheap/easy to replace. They'll take a number of hard hits...
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    If you run into this scenario often you might...

    If you run into this scenario often you might check in your operations for a setting to address it or perhaps in your posts as well. In NX I changed certain posts so that very large and very small...
  3. that is implied with the discussion. Nobody...

    that is implied with the discussion. Nobody should throw resources at an issue which does not exist. ;)
  4. A bit late to the party... Not too sure about...

    A bit late to the party...

    Not too sure about MC but many cad/cam/cae software is floating point calculation intensive. Old amd cpu's were really bad for this because they used to share a FP...
  5. Not sure where you went with that but, yes,...

    Not sure where you went with that but, yes, stolen IP is stolen property. There is zero gray area on that. :rolleyes5:
  6. Of course it is but the bigger picture is if...

    Of course it is but the bigger picture is if someone implements clandestine processes to hide their tracks they are engaged in criminal activities. They are a criminal at that point. Our companies...
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    IMO only consider software that allows selection...

    IMO only consider software that allows selection of faces for creating 4-axis paths unless you have zero need to do any modeling. Face selection is very fast and error free. If you do have a need...
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    Thanks for all the info guys. Anyone have a...

    Thanks for all the info guys. Anyone have a chance to try it? I'm curious if anyone has experience with it, if it has shown to maintain the model data through translations.
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    Mastercam support for PMI

    Does Mastercam support PMI when importing STEP242 files?

    If yes has anyone used it and does it come in well?
  10. Intellectual property has value and there is no...

    Intellectual property has value and there is no mistaking that fact, there is no grey area; period. If you disagree I think you should try to pirate and re-sell Microsoft product and see how well...
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    And in Turkish?? Sounds more like phishing for...

    And in Turkish??

    Sounds more like phishing for users to install malware.
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    Holy thread necromancy, Batman. :eek:

    Holy thread necromancy, Batman.
    :eek:
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    When I program multiple parts I like to use a MCS...

    When I program multiple parts I like to use a MCS for each part unless multiples are being milled from one block, as cmainman mentioned. It is desirable to use multiple MCS if you are nesting parts...
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    When we started having physical problems with our...

    When we started having physical problems with our again dnc system we decided to ditch it and use LAN CNC devices for the few remaining machines that didn't support ethernet. I really like those...
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    Predator DNC worked great for us in the past, is...

    Predator DNC worked great for us in the past, is feature rich and well supported. We went through a VAR named Shop Floor Automations and always got top notch support.

    If you're in the need for...
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    There may well be code PTC wanted so they simply...

    There may well be code PTC wanted so they simply snatched it up. If that is the case then hopefully PTC will make good use of the code since a lot of jobs are on the line.

    Yes, happens all the...
  17. Check with a VAR for pricing on a cam license...

    Check with a VAR for pricing on a cam license that suits your requirements. If you don't need wire, lathe, 5-axis, turbine machining, etc-, then a cam license could be very reasonable and you will...
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    So far I don't think any mid range cad cam...

    So far I don't think any mid range cad cam application will integrate with ERP that way you've mentioned but I may be wrong. Higher tier like NX can access api functions via C and Vb and I know...
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    If he's designing the tool then you've just...

    If he's designing the tool then you've just avoided a ton of work and responsibility.

    Find out the part detail tolerances and finish requirements. A #1 finish will cost a lot more than 600...
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    @Brian33 I am late to the party as usual... I...

    @Brian33
    I am late to the party as usual...
    I am assuming you don't have the ethernet option on your machine but if you do then definitely use it and then re-purpose your serial cable for something...
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    If you are looking to automate some mundane or...

    If you are looking to automate some mundane or repetitive tasks, NX supports all sorts of expressions including conditional as well as you can write custom C and VB to interact with almost...
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    You might want to take a look at these. One you...

    You might want to take a look at these. One you have it you will never use CAD/CAM/CAE without it again.
    3Dconnexion: SpaceMouse
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    If you're doing simple parts then I'd go with...

    If you're doing simple parts then I'd go with some of the suggestions so far. At the moment it appears you don't need an upper tier software until you get into manufacturing with more than 3-axis,...
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    I am not sure of the complexity level of your...

    I am not sure of the complexity level of your parts but depending on you needs you might consider looking at a solution not tied to solidworks. I would keep an open mind about it. :)
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    @BRIAN.T Whatever method you end up using, be...

    @BRIAN.T
    Whatever method you end up using, be careful. One overheat can turn a 1000-2000 cycles holder to a single-cycle, disposable holder.
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