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  1. check that your W10 PC is using IPv6 instead of...

    check that your W10 PC is using IPv6 instead of IPv4, IPv6 is a new standard and older machines don't know what it is so they can't communicate with it
  2. HaasConnect is it worth the bother setting it up?

    So recently we've finally convinced the company to sort out the IT in our workshop and with this has given us the opportunity to setup the HaasConnect on our ST15Y, VF2 and UMC750, now the VF never...
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    Woooooooooow this got out of hand quickly...

    Woooooooooow this got out of hand quickly hahahaha.
    i do see a lot of hating for haas on here, i mean some of the statements are true, they're arent as rigid as other stuff blah blah blah and the...
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    you can get the machine to stop at a parts...

    you can get the machine to stop at a parts counter using the M30 counter.

    use this macro line at the start of your program

    (PART NUMBER AND NAME)

    (MATERIAL: )
    (CYCLE TIME APROX: ) ...
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    I ran an AGIECUT progress for some time, we used...

    I ran an AGIECUT progress for some time, we used CAMTEK PEPS V4 (i think it was V4) it was actually pretty good, the only thing that used to bug me was i had to manually fillet the internal corners...
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    Poll: it depends on the size of your shop i think, a...

    it depends on the size of your shop i think, a lot of the F1 teams/ motorsport shops near us have what they call a production engineer, they do all the programming on CAD/CAM (hypermill, CATIA, NX)...
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    I ran one of these for a few years, it wasn't too...

    I ran one of these for a few years, it wasn't too bad in my opinion, yes it was a little slower than a VF/VM and the mess was a bit much if we was doing a lot of batch work on it but in all honesty...
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