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  1. You all have probably seen those aids for night...

    You all have probably seen those aids for night driving and glare advertised. You are not supposed to use the dark one at night. I have been especially bothered by the new bluish white and blue super...
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    Just looked up a program on our GT. It was...

    Just looked up a program on our GT. It was purchased with the parts catcher so original extend is M26 and M25 to retract it. We added air blast with a kit purchased from Hardinge and M46 turns it on...
  3. Just talked to the surgery coordinator and asked...

    Just talked to the surgery coordinator and asked about the B&L Crystalens and she said that it was problematic and she has not heard of its use lately. Maybe they forgot to take the link down. Seems...
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    I think it would be a good idea to link this...

    I think it would be a good idea to link this current thread here:
    Brown and Sharpe Screw Machine, 8.750" long Rod (video)
  5. I am to have implants done next month. Doctor...

    I am to have implants done next month. Doctor recommended Vivity multiple focal length lenses. Said it would give minimal flares and halos with driving. Prescribing info said it would reduce night...
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    What year is your GT? As far as I know all GTs...

    What year is your GT? As far as I know all GTs have pneumatic closers. I am pretty sure we have had ours down to 20 PSI with no issues. You do have to set the delay longer with the lower pressures,...
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    I have threaded up to a shoulder single pointing...

    I have threaded up to a shoulder single pointing on CNCs. Since you will be doing production you can try numbers that will be safe, then sneak up on the shoulder by changing your program to thread...
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    Looked at the photos again. Looks like a mock up...

    Looked at the photos again. Looks like a mock up of something you need to make as one piece. Photo 2 is more or less finished since you probably do not have a hole through your finger. I have single...
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    Can not tell if your part is an assembly of 2...

    Can not tell if your part is an assembly of 2 parts or one is a gauge and the other is the part.

    We have a small nut with 3-56 threads that is .080 long. We mill the threads so as not to deal with...
  10. What Clarkmag said will get you approximately...

    What Clarkmag said will get you approximately there. Radius will not be perfect. I wrapped the old barrel with one layer of 240 wet or dry paper and sanded till I do the fit I needed. No idea how a...
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    What they said. If you really need an amp...

    What they said.

    If you really need an amp reading because you are replacing an missing electrical box or something really strange and you live near San Antonio send me a Private Message and you...
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    Post links when you finish the videos. I have...

    Post links when you finish the videos. I have posted a couple on mine running but they ere simple jobs on single spindle machines. A couple of years ago there was talk of having a screw machine...
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    Yep.......

    Yep.......
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    Cold tower that was hauled by here about ten...

    Cold tower that was hauled by here about ten years ago. Semi tractor had something like 675 horse power but lost traction at the bottom of the hill. Cold tower weighed about 300,000 lbs, the rig...
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    Sometimes CNC questions get answers right away...

    Sometimes CNC questions get answers right away here. Some times they do not as mostly manual machines are discussed in this area. If no answers try CNC Machining at the very top of the forum. Copying...
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    I have seen a couple of those on TV. You would...

    I have seen a couple of those on TV. You would not get me on one as I am terrified of heights. I have done a little work on ladders by carrying a c-clamp and rope with me and tying it off the first...
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    With an adequate hand rail, I guess it would be...

    With an adequate hand rail, I guess it would be OK for foot traffic. Overweight and oversize loads would make me nervous. Would not want to be the first one on it after a heavy rain.
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    Your rats are not as tough as the ones we have...

    Your rats are not as tough as the ones we have around here. Ours would have pulled themselves out or carried the trap off. Good that you got it solved.
    Nonvenemous snakes are helpful in rodent...
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    A friend told me about putting nails in the...

    A friend told me about putting nails in the commercial rat traps to keep them from pulling out and going their merry way, also I tie them to something solid with safety wire to keep them from hauling...
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    Would like to ask the OP how many, continuous...

    Would like to ask the OP how many, continuous need or just one batch? How hard is the plastic. The attached photo shows an old Atlas lathe modified with a light duty CNC slide. We used to turn and...
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    This thread made me think of 9100. He worked made...

    This thread made me think of 9100. He worked made relay contacts for the large relays in locomotives. It has been a few months since I have seen him comment here. Anyone seen or heard from him...
  22. Marcus, it looks like you were looking for short...

    Marcus, it looks like you were looking for short rigid tools and not necessarily abrasion resistant. Have you used "micro drills" from Titex or Guhring. They come with 1mm and 1.5mm shanks. They are...
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    Could not tell from the photo if more than one...

    Could not tell from the photo if more than one transformer was center tapped and grounded. Seems to me impossible with out shorting everything out. I would have to ask an electrician to see if that...
  24. I used to buy circuit board drills from MSC that...

    I used to buy circuit board drills from MSC that had 1/8 shanks. Back then we were reaming holes in anodized aluminum and they worked pretty good for that. Not sure if that particular carbide and the...
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    Buck boost transformers are cheap. We had to...

    Buck boost transformers are cheap. We had to install 2 on an Omniturn because the voltage was too high (248+ volts) on all three legs. Funny that 2 transformers does the trick but that was what was...
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