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    I've been using my Knipex ferrule crimpers to...

    I've been using my Knipex ferrule crimpers to good effect but it's not ideal. They have a similar jaw profile to what you suggest.

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    It's a parameter you can select.

    It's a parameter you can select.
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    And not to be confused with grounding.

    And not to be confused with grounding.
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    Best crimper for uninsulated terminals

    What's the best crimper for this type of connection? Ideally something moderately priced and not the mickey mouse red/blue/yellow...
  5. You are correct! Sent from my SM-G981V using...

    You are correct!

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  6. Found this old thread when searching some other...

    Found this old thread when searching some other stuff. Orginally I solved the problem by ending each program with an M19 and that worked well enough. Now I add a tool change call, that stops the...
  7. Always strange to see. Like how the hell did...

    Always strange to see. Like how the hell did thread ring the retard dinner bell?

    Anyway to get cathodic protection on these parts?

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    False dilemma, chili cannot have beans. Sent...

    False dilemma, chili cannot have beans.

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  9. I've never tried this, but have pondered it- ...

    I've never tried this, but have pondered it-

    Take 2 vises, assuming Kurt or similar and align them axially. Remove the fixed jaw from one vise and the traveling jaw from another. Boom, now you...
  10. For this app, I think I could just plumb directly...

    For this app, I think I could just plumb directly to the drill itself. Have to be careful with turret rotation, but that's cake when you're only using 3 adjacent tools.


    Thank you both!
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    Yes, I can, because he explained it in plain...

    Yes, I can, because he explained it in plain English. There was a discrepancy between a nominal dim and the actual size and he was asking for clarification.



    And, since I own some of his...
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    What crawled up your ass? Sent via CNC 88HS

    What crawled up your ass?

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    Thank you! So far I think we'd all been talking...

    Thank you! So far I think we'd all been talking mill jaws but we got lathes too. :)

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    I'd love to see a picture of this! Sent via...

    I'd love to see a picture of this!

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  15. Has anyone else attempted this? I'd like to...

    Has anyone else attempted this?

    I'd like to get over 100psi on a spde drill and am taking pump recommendations.

    Thanks crew!

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    Swapped in a fresh Victor reg, issue persisted. ...

    Swapped in a fresh Victor reg, issue persisted.



    Always! I learned how to weld from pipeliners. Weld, clean/grind, weld, repeat....


    Edit- just to be sure it wasn't the equip, I ordered a...
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    ASD9100 recommended these to me one time, and...

    ASD9100 recommended these to me one time, and it's a badass unit.
  18. You own 70 lathes? Or you're approaching 70 in...

    You own 70 lathes? Or you're approaching 70 in age and have decided you have enough?
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    I checked that last night, neither the collet...

    I checked that last night, neither the collet body nor cap will block the gas port on this torch when fully tightened.

    I dismantled the torch, and there was some gunk in it. I cleaned it out and...
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    I've run this job at least 5 times since my...

    I've run this job at least 5 times since my original question and I don't think I've used the same jaws twice. Each time it comes around I've learned more and have a better approach.

    All that to...
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    Definitely not the material, had terrible issues...

    Definitely not the material, had terrible issues on some other steel today.

    Dismantled the torch, it was all correct. Tried flow from 15-30cfh. I think it might be an issue with the collet body....
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    I can certainly give that a try.

    I can certainly give that a try.
  23. Kinda related- those Daytona jacks are stout, I...

    Kinda related- those Daytona jacks are stout, I used one when getting my Quickturn 15n off the cribbing. However, if you let a wheel stay under the machine base when you set it down, it will crumble...
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    They are open root welds so that could be a...

    They are open root welds so that could be a concern.



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    What a day. I added some more detailed pics in...

    What a day. I added some more detailed pics in the first post.

    1) I am using my spare reg, my main blew out but I got it repaired. Definitely getting argon to the torch.

    2) will increase to...
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