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    What's wrong with it you ask? Its turned into a...

    What's wrong with it you ask? Its turned into a fucking new media outlet :rolleyes5:
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    If you use lapping compound the endmill won't...

    If you use lapping compound the endmill won't have to do all the cutting :crazy:
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    Only real advantage I've ever seen from a 6 jaw...

    Only real advantage I've ever seen from a 6 jaw is in holding thin parts.....not that you can't do that with a 3 jaw and soft jaws, or even better pie jaws.
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    Gloves......

    Gloves......
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    Works great!

    Works great!
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    Thank you a bunch! I suspected it had something...

    Thank you a bunch! I suspected it had something to do with that line but I don't have a clue what I'm doing when it comes to coding. After running a quick ctrl+f it would appear you are correct about...
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    if (!machineConfiguration.isHeadConfiguration())...

    if (!machineConfiguration.isHeadConfiguration()) {
    writeBlock(
    gAbsIncModal.format(90),
    gMotionModal.format(0), xOutput.format(initialPosition.x),...
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    Mitsu Meldas post modification help

    At the end of the program it sends X and Y home via
    G28 G91 X0. Y0.;

    This is a pain because then the work is usually not in front of the door. I would like it to just send Y home and omit X
    ...
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    I usually make them from O1 or A2 and they hold...

    I usually make them from O1 or A2 and they hold up just fine. The longer you can make the taper the better.
  10. I'd be willing to pay $5 a pound for the...

    I'd be willing to pay $5 a pound for the endmills. Not sure if I can handle working with aluminum in a hardened condition...….
  11. Despite the tool being a far less than optimal...

    Despite the tool being a far less than optimal geometry it is capable of producing a far better finish than that. Something is loosey goosey. Likely the part but maybe something else. Hard to tell...
  12. I don't have an assembly competed yet. I'm sort...

    I don't have an assembly competed yet. I'm sort of used to Solidworks with building individual parts which apparently isn't how Fusion was designed. I have no problem posting details as I will NOT be...
  13. Sorry guys I'm busy being closed so I can't...

    Sorry guys I'm busy being closed so I can't contribute :rolleyes5:

    An interesting business moto to consider, time is money and is for sale therefor those that pay dictate what is done, those who...
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    This thread took a quick interesting turn...

    This thread took a quick interesting turn :popcorn:
  15. It's a start :D

    It's a start :D
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    Don't expect to get paid any time soon. Also...

    Don't expect to get paid any time soon. Also expect to get paid what they feel is "right". Having dealt with government agencies in the past I avoid it like the plague
  17. Fixtures for tightening arbors for a gear shaper....

    Fixtures for tightening arbors for a gear shaper. Keen eye ;)
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    Sharing is caring guys :cloud9:

    Sharing is caring guys :cloud9:
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    If you come in at half the 60 degrees you are...

    If you come in at half the 60 degrees you are only cutting on one side. 29.5 degrees in theory does almost all the cutting on one side and just a very light skim on the other to not leave step marks....
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    FYI the 45 ones work pretty swell. Just got to...

    FYI the 45 ones work pretty swell. Just got to rack the slide on the olde 1911, not that I've ever needed more than one :D
  21. Anyone interested in a davit arm build thread?

    Sometimes its a pain to get to the press with the forklift and moving couple hundred pound pieces by hand gets old fast, even at 36. So I figure it's time to start working on getting a chainfall up...
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    That's the only thing I can actually take to the...

    That's the only thing I can actually take to the grave with me :D
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    I'm thinking about maybe having enough time to...

    I'm thinking about maybe having enough time to copy that fancy tool setter you have :D

    Maybe even join the 21st century and get a Haimer or SPI variant.
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    I was thinking about building a paper mill to...

    I was thinking about building a paper mill to make TP :D

    In all seriousness no matter how bad things get there is usually a way to capitalize on the current set of circumstances, you just need to...
  25. I've made them from just about everything. It...

    I've made them from just about everything. It really doesn't matter. Whatever is cheap and on hand usually works best.
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