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  1. Not really cool man. -- A guy with squinty...

    Not really cool man.

    -- A guy with squinty eyes.

    (And no, I'm not offended, but seriously, it's 2020, let's at least TRY not to be racist?)
  2. Ox, to your 3 tools to make the thread point... I...

    Ox, to your 3 tools to make the thread point... I had considered that... But I wouldn't be comfortable trying to hold a .001" profile tolerance over 47" with ONE tool... Much less trying to match up...
  3. 12mm Citizen, about 125K new. 16mm Citizen, about...

    12mm Citizen, about 125K new. 16mm Citizen, about 200K new. 20mm Citizen, 300-500K new depending on options. (You can get one with a freakin' laser in it!)

    After that you get into the turret...
  4. So here's the thing... I could write a program to...

    So here's the thing... I could write a program to make this part. Except your trapezoidal thread form means that the tool can't leave the part, except at the beginning and the end. There's no way to...
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    With no tolerance on straightness, roundness, or...

    With no tolerance on straightness, roundness, or diameter, sure I can make it. :D
  6. Needs to be benchtop, and as compact as possible....

    Needs to be benchtop, and as compact as possible. Trust me, I suggested a drill press. No go.
  7. The dude managed to bankrupt a casino. Y'know,...

    The dude managed to bankrupt a casino.

    Y'know, the place where the house ALWAYS wins.
  8. Best Hand Tapping Jig? Minimum 7" Throat Depth. What Model, Where to Buy?

    First: Yes, I could just make one.

    But that's not how my company works. If it's going to be used in production, it's got to be traceable to a manufacturer, and have a part number so it can be...
  9. Picking up the thread over and over isn't hard....

    Picking up the thread over and over isn't hard. Instead of programming as a thread, you program using the C axis and loops. You program your pitch as degrees per minute instead of feed per rev. Then...
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    Who makes your gun drill? Is it coated? Do you...

    Who makes your gun drill? Is it coated? Do you know the tip geometry?

    These are all important factors in operation.

    For example, the Mitsubishi MGS gun drills that I run regularly in sizes...
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    Are you mOxing me?

    Are you mOxing me?
  12. I dunno averages, but my "little" 16mm machines...

    I dunno averages, but my "little" 16mm machines are just shy of 8 inches. I know the 32mm machines depending on type can be significantly greater than that.
  13. Datron is what springs to mind for me.

    Datron is what springs to mind for me.
  14. Eesh.. I was reading too fast. Read it as...

    Eesh.. I was reading too fast. Read it as 60-120mm which is CAKE...

    600-1200...

    Someone smarter than I am will have to do that job :D
  15. You want a CNC Swiss Lathe. This part can run on...

    You want a CNC Swiss Lathe. This part can run on pretty much any 20mm Swiss Lathe. Depending on the programmer, you can pick up on an existing part... But most people won't want to, and it adds to...
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    When I say Rev1 , I'm referring to the new cast...

    When I say Rev1 , I'm referring to the new cast iron machine. The original aluminum machine would be Rev0 in my book.

    I want to see ONE of this new cast iron machine, WITH enclosure.

    Perry...
  17. Doug.. He's been a member for 10 years... Doubt...

    Doug.. He's been a member for 10 years... Doubt he's a spammer..
  18. You have to skip almost completely to the end to...

    You have to skip almost completely to the end to actually see it work:
    YouTube
  19. I'm assuming this one is legit, and it being at...

    I'm assuming this one is legit, and it being at the top of the forum prompted the other spammer to dig up the other thread on Tantalum.

    But we'll keep an eye on Srm91040 just in case.
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    I forget who makes it now, but someone has a very...

    I forget who makes it now, but someone has a very nice servo driven probe that rotates to the tool tip, or to the part tip, and if it's not in the place you taught it, it alarms the machine out. Can...
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    I say again: Can we get a picture, or even a...

    I say again:

    Can we get a picture, or even a rendering of the Rev 1 machine, with enclosure?
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    Machines have a sensor built in next to the...

    Machines have a sensor built in next to the cutoff tool.

    M51 rapids to clearance plane, positions the sensor, and feeds to X0 and looks for the sensor to trip. Easy peasy.
  23. Under each model is a link that says "video",...

    Under each model is a link that says "video", they take you to youtube and demonstrate the machine.
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    Can we get a picture of the Rev 1 machine with...

    Can we get a picture of the Rev 1 machine with enclosure?

    I'm intrigued.
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    It's actually really, really good with the...

    It's actually really, really good with the scrambled eggs. It's called Spam Musubi.
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