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  1. I can't even replie correctly. Not sure why the...

    I can't even replie correctly. Not sure why the quotes are the same color as your message. All but the last one that I did the same as the rest.
    That's a mess.
    Sorry.
  2. I'll try that. Not sure why it would be any...

    I'll try that. Not sure why it would be any different than calling it tool 1 as I was.
    Thanks for the help. I'm trying my best.
    I've had a couple of things to fix on the 1983 lathe and found info...
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    Google for company's that make them. That's what...

    Google for company's that make them. That's what I did when I needed some replacements.
    way wipers, slideway wiper, way wiper, waywipers.com

    Machine Way Wipers - Standard and Custom - Stock,...
  4. Yes I'm chasing wires searching for clues. One...

    Yes I'm chasing wires searching for clues. One big clue is the big page marker in the wiring diagram book that says "pallet clamp". Guess the previous owner was chasing this problem also.
    They had 2...
  5. I have taken the end and rear cover off the...

    I have taken the end and rear cover off the electric/air "box" on the left end of the table. The sensors for table "in" and table "clamp" are proximity sensors.
    I will attempt a pic. The foreground...
  6. Little update. Typing 98 when entering the custom...

    Little update. Typing 98 when entering the custom menu lets me run comands ignoring faults if I understand that right.
    So pallet can be unclamped and moved to the pallet changer and then moved back...
  7. Pallet changing

    Now I tried a pallet change with 9303 (unload pallet A)
    I had moved pallet A to the "dock" before in the customs menu with the commands there multiple times to get the pallet dock aligned with the...
  8. See reply to Dan. If I could call my sensoring...

    See reply to Dan. If I could call my sensoring tool I can see that this is probably the proper way to put it back in the mag.
    In the "custom" screen under tool entry it shows "tool in spindle"...
  9. I re-entered my sensor tool as sensor tool 1 and...

    I re-entered my sensor tool as sensor tool 1 and put it in pocket 1 same as twice before.
    It would be put in the spindle by calling tool 1 both times before, but now gives me a EX201 improper T...
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    Bronze will press fit just fine. You might need...

    Bronze will press fit just fine. You might need to ream the center after press fitting. Silver solder works nice on bronze also and doesn't require much clearance to flow, and would probably be...
  11. Sensoring tool use and removal MV-40B fanuc MF-M6

    Made my start in cnc a couple of years ago with a Mori Seiki Tl-1 lathe. This summer I managed to get a 1993 Mori Seiki MV-40B mill with fanuc MF-M6 control.
    I bought it with the understanding that...
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    A 99 Mori should have a ceramic spindle liner...

    A 99 Mori should have a ceramic spindle liner right? I don't think I would use a drill chuck if I wanted low runout on my drill. I don't own a cat-40 drill chuck (maybe that's just me?)but I drill...
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    Where are you at? I'm in Helena. I'm interested...

    Where are you at? I'm in Helena. I'm interested in the grinder.
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    Old Van norman ?

    I recently bought a Van Norman boring bar at an auction.
    It is stamped 875P and I can't find any reference to it online searching for info
    on it.
    Anyone know history on these 875 bars. In the info...
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