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  1. I have not measured an ID, only ODs. However Pi...

    I have not measured an ID, only ODs. However Pi Tape makes ID versions down to 3/4" so it must possible to do.

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  2. Another method would be to use a Pi tape. Sent...

    Another method would be to use a Pi tape.

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  3. Can you make a plug (or series of plugs)? To...

    Can you make a plug (or series of plugs)?

    To combat the oval, you could make it similar to a dimond pin used for locating.

    Just thinking out loud.


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  4. The hole will almost certainly shrink after...

    The hole will almost certainly shrink after casting.

    Is it out of the question to cut the tooling material safe for that feature. Then cast some test parts and recut the tooling based on the...
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    Ill send you one of these for $25 and one week...

    Ill send you one of these for $25 and one week lead time if you will accept 18-8 stainless. Hell, ill send you 25 of them. :nutter:

    McMaster-Carr


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    Our machine (Summit flatbed) has an 'ISO'...

    Our machine (Summit flatbed) has an 'ISO' membrane key under the display near the other keys for facing, profiling, grooving etc.

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    I assume your using the conversational...

    I assume your using the conversational programming.

    I would do
    Line 1: ISO input 'G54'
    Line 2: profile cycle
    Line 3: ISO input 'G55'
    Line 4: profile cycle
    Etc...

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  8. Steel: 40"x20"x1.25"x0.27lbs/in^3 = 270lbs...

    Steel: 40"x20"x1.25"x0.27lbs/in^3 = 270lbs
    Aluminum: 40"x20"x1.25"x0.10lbs/in^3 = 100lbs

    Use your own measured dimenions. This will get you in the ballpark. The holes in the plate are not going...
  9. What about a pancake die? Simple to design and...

    What about a pancake die? Simple to design and have it lasered. Only problem is it wont do internal holes.

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  10. Maybe this will work. Please excuse the grainger...

    Maybe this will work. Please excuse the grainger link.

    TB WOOD'''S Coupling Spacer Hub,8SC,Plain Bore 3'/'4" - 32ZT1'|'8SCHMPB - Grainger

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    I am 90% sure the lathe at my work has the same...

    I am 90% sure the lathe at my work has the same model control, but ive been wrong before.

    I believe you just delete the roughing tool number so the field is empty. Then only the finish pass will...
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    I am no gd&t expert, but this is how i interpret...

    I am no gd&t expert, but this is how i interpret that callout.

    The parallel tolerance is tighter than symmetry. This controls the width of the keyway.

    The symmetry tolerance does two things to...
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    Log out and log back in. That usually fixes it...

    Log out and log back in. That usually fixes it for me.

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    I have no experience with brite dipping, but as...

    I have no experience with brite dipping, but as an alternative to remove the tumbling marks, you should ask your anodizer about doing a heavy etch.

    If you are tumbling in house you could do the...
  15. Does your machine have DC servos? If so, watch...

    Does your machine have DC servos? If so, watch the following error on the screen and see if it is steady and consistent. My y axis had a very sporadic following error and yielded poor surface finish...
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    I had to double check what I had. It's a Vibco...

    I had to double check what I had. It's a Vibco SPR-21 although the slightly less powerful SPR-20 would work just as well. It is definitively more powerful than the TP tools shaker.

    SPR-21 -...
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    I fastened an electric vibrater to the bottom of...

    I fastened an electric vibrater to the bottom of my cabinet. A continous duty one, not the cheap kind all the girls have these days. Works pretty good to keep things flowing.

    Sent from my...
  18. Total shot in the dark, but maybe someone was...

    Total shot in the dark, but maybe someone was tired of looking at it and flipped it over?
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    I tried a few things, but couldnt get anything...

    I tried a few things, but couldnt get anything to work that was faster than just dimensioning every arc manually.

    If you find a way to use the formulas, especially in the dual dim format, or...
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    Oops, i misread your question. Not possible as...

    Oops, i misread your question. Not possible as far as I know.

    Depending on what youre doing you can cheat to get past all the dimensioning, but requires setting things up in the beggining.
    ...
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    iirc, click both endpoints of the arc then click...

    iirc, click both endpoints of the arc then click on the arc .
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    That is a very cool and well executed solution! ...

    That is a very cool and well executed solution!

    Looking at the RT setup, is there a reason the shaft is so long? Looks like you may be loosing some rigidity. Was tool clearance the issue? Or...
  23. Ironic. 3M wont stop calling me back now that i...

    Ironic. 3M wont stop calling me back now that i determined their product is not ideal for my application. It is in their industrial adhesives department though.
  24. Ive never talked to these guys or seen their...

    Ive never talked to these guys or seen their machines, but i came across their website a couple years ago.

    Kern Lasers. They make mid power CO2 laser cutters and do small format machines (2' x...
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    There is a pin in the back of the jaws that...

    There is a pin in the back of the jaws that locates in X. If i remember correctly, carvesmart says +/-.0002 repeatability.
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