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  1. I think the one I saw was on a Miyano lathe. I...

    I think the one I saw was on a Miyano lathe. I just tried to find it but couldn't.

    Either way the basics are now understood and adjustments were made. OP looks like hes got better results...
  2. I am glad to see the improvements. Another way I...

    I am glad to see the improvements. Another way I have seen is the parting tool stopping before center and an air actuator that "punches" at the material left over to break the part off.

    I put a...
  3. Yes. The HSS tooling can take some chatter and...

    Yes. The HSS tooling can take some chatter and vibrations a lot easier. When HSS tools chip, they are easier to re grind and sharpen the cutting edge. They are also a lot cheaper.

    I have great...
  4. This is the information I was hoping would show...

    This is the information I was hoping would show up here. I have no swiss experience but I see cnc lathes with constant SFM to keep the carbide cutting at the smaller diameters.

    This is the main...
  5. I am not sure how to bring one on center on a...

    I am not sure how to bring one on center on a swiss machine. I have mine on cross slides or a vertical slide. I can bring them in by hand and line it up with the face of the part by eye. Making sure...
  6. I run screw machines with HSS cutoff tooling. I...

    I run screw machines with HSS cutoff tooling. I dont use carbide unless it is a ring or the tool doesnt have to go below .250: due to chipping the carbide.

    If I have anything difficult to machine...
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