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    Have you looked at the vacuum bases for the mag...

    Have you looked at the vacuum bases for the mag drills?
  2. The obamacare policies are also priced based on...

    The obamacare policies are also priced based on age (although it's not exact actuarially). The obamacare subsidies are based on income. So the net amount you pay may be (if you make under the cap)...
  3. I looked at it, and have family members who did...

    I looked at it, and have family members who did as well. You can buy individual insurance through a broker or through the marketplace. Your purchase route does not, as far as I know, change any of...
  4. 'Being anal' is good on safety critical things....

    'Being anal' is good on safety critical things. The problem I have unfortunately seen a few times is people who are more anal on the test than they are on the real work. I've seen this happen a few...
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    We did this on a project. Had the 17-4 sheet...

    We did this on a project. Had the 17-4 sheet waterjet to size/shape and then slapped them on the surface grinder. Being magnetic, it was quick work.
  6. You see industrial machinery advertising all over...

    You see industrial machinery advertising all over the place in Japan. It was odd, but cool, to see Fanuc and IKO advertisements all over the place.
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    That would do it, I had missed that news.

    That would do it, I had missed that news.
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    This is OT to the original question, but, if you...

    This is OT to the original question, but, if you don't mind me asking, what was the driver for mixing Siemens PLC and Fanuc robots as opposed to using a Siemens-based robot like a Kuka?
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    On a more serious note, I run some TG100 and TG75...

    On a more serious note, I run some TG100 and TG75 toolholders because of inertia. I don't think I would buy more of them without a very compelling reason.

    Advantages of ER
    1) Stickout. With an ER...
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    Those are for work holding? And here I thought...

    Those are for work holding? And here I thought you were going to start selling hex-shank endmills.
  11. Thread: Got me a Namco

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    Any chance you can get a good picture of the...

    Any chance you can get a good picture of the wiring on your oil pressure transmitter?

    Thanks,
    Daniel
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    Not on topic, but this reminds me of my wife's...

    Not on topic, but this reminds me of my wife's birthday quite a while ago, before we were married. She wanted a copy of Machinery's Handbook, so I bought it for her. She was happy, but my now...
  13. Yeah, no sane lawyer at Haas would allow that,...

    Yeah, no sane lawyer at Haas would allow that, nor would any sane school or college buy one if it did.
  14. I think making a better machine would be...

    I think making a better machine would be counterproductive for them, for a number of reasons:

    1) A school can buy a minimill education version for $21k if the goal is producing machined parts and...
  15. I don't agree, it's a different market than the...

    I don't agree, it's a different market than the hobbyist market. This has a few things going for it:

    1) fully enclosed
    2) it will just work. You won't be trying to get a commodity desktop...
  16. At the high school level that I've seen/heard...

    At the high school level that I've seen/heard about, it's mostly 3D printers and old Bridgeports.

    At the community college (vocational school) level. They definitely do use the CNC equipment. My...
  17. They will sell quite a few of these. They are...

    They will sell quite a few of these. They are small, relatively inexpensive, and don't need a shop space. You can put them in a classroom.

    My college had a lab full of small Intellitek benchtop...
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    I'll take the Pratt & Whitney. Thanks, Daniel

    I'll take the Pratt & Whitney.

    Thanks,
    Daniel
  19. What happens if the mark isn't continuous in the...

    What happens if the mark isn't continuous in the direction of rolling, and is instead made up of dots or transverse lines. My guess is that regular stainless is more ductile than the marked...
  20. I assume this is a fiber laser for direct metal...

    I assume this is a fiber laser for direct metal marking without spray. What type of mark are you doing? Are you actually etching, or just doing carbon development (some laser companies confusingly...
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    I think we usually used Nelson for...

    I think we usually used Nelson for Seattle-Portland runs. Since it sounds like you have a little bit of time, it might be worth seeing if they can fit you in on a northbound deadhead run. It won't be...
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    What's Sealand want for a 20 footer from Tacoma?

    What's Sealand want for a 20 footer from Tacoma?
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    In Japan, they are a lot like McMaster, they sell...

    In Japan, they are a lot like McMaster, they sell everything.

    In the US, they are primarily known for their configurable components. If you need a shaft with a given ground OD and length, a tapped...
  24. I just sent you an e-mail

    I just sent you an e-mail
  25. What brand is your plasma? This system is by...

    What brand is your plasma? This system is by ShopSabre, who is primarily a plasma manufacturer.
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