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    I've done a ton of it, way smaller than that,...

    I've done a ton of it, way smaller than that, condition a and then heat treated to h900. Even thin stuff didn't move. I once, accidentally, broiled a piece about .250 and like 4x4 at 1850 for like 3...
  2. It doesn't work

    It doesn't work
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    Plot thickens...

    Plot thickens...
  4. Sounds like the type of guy I'd like to work...

    Sounds like the type of guy I'd like to work for...not afraid to spend money or make wacky things, it's the whole production thing we'd have a problem :)
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    Fwiw I was serious about the horizontal...

    Fwiw I was serious about the horizontal...
  6. Safety isn't the issue, it's implementation that...

    Safety isn't the issue, it's implementation that usually causes the people who use the machines issues...like ehs at work want us to lock out/tag out our bridgeports when me change a tool. Can't make...
  7. I agree to disagree with anyone who agrees or...

    I agree to disagree with anyone who agrees or disagrees.
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    I don't see why it wouldn't work.

    I don't see why it wouldn't work.
  9. Jesus at least put it in a thread that is...

    Jesus at least put it in a thread that is remotely close to your spam topic lol...
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    Swatch...with cat eyes n shit

    Swatch...with cat eyes n shit
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    The short answer, no. Maybe if you find something...

    The short answer, no. Maybe if you find something used but either way it's going to be fairly large and require a good amount of power.

    Basically you can just pile them in or get some steel...
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    Why not look at a prototrak CNC bed mill. They...

    Why not look at a prototrak CNC bed mill. They are extremely versatile and easy to use. Even in a maintenance environment, the ability to do hole patterns easily is awesome and they are rated for...
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    A big horizontal milling center

    A big horizontal milling center
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    In fact I didn't, they were slightly antagonizing...

    In fact I didn't, they were slightly antagonizing but nothing out of the ordinary for this forum. It's funny, I was gonna mention those posts but I figured you would see. You should look around,...
  15. We stopped at heart surgeon and decided to come...

    We stopped at heart surgeon and decided to come here. :)
  16. I do that now, I have a couple blue magnums. As I...

    I do that now, I have a couple blue magnums. As I said earlier my only problem is it rubs off easily, especially with cutting fluids. But I do often use it especially when I'm in a hurry.



    You...
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    Unfortunately I don't think you have a whole Hill...

    Unfortunately I don't think you have a whole Hill of options here. Fullform thread mill would be my choice as well.
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    You seem to have missed post #6, scooter.

    You seem to have missed post #6, scooter.
  19. Guess I wasn't cleaning it enough.

    Guess I wasn't cleaning it enough.
  20. So I cleaned really well with acetone, shook the...

    So I cleaned really well with acetone, shook the new bottle didn't shake the old bottle and these were the results

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  21. Well today when I go in I'm going to apply these...

    Well today when I go in I'm going to apply these suggestions and see what happens. I've resorted to using a sharpie magnum marker for marking, it has its advantages but it's one major disadvantage is...
  22. We bought staining fluid once by accident...it's...

    We bought staining fluid once by accident...it's like paint.
  23. I've swished it around, I'll try shaking the...

    I've swished it around, I'll try shaking the bejesus out of it.
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    Frankly I really couldn't care less about the...

    Frankly I really couldn't care less about the manufacturer, save for the mini mills and lathes. Same goes for the hobby guys. Machining stuff is machining stuff whether for profit or for fun. But I...
  25. Yeah it's only the last few months I've had the...

    Yeah it's only the last few months I've had the issue, maybe I'll do some experimenting at tomorrow. I remember it used to almost look like anodizing. Probably operator error lol
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