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    Point....counterpoint....cunt...bigger cunt. Some...

    Point....counterpoint....cunt...bigger cunt. Some of you folks are amazing
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    Its your water, its your percentage, its your...

    Its your water, its your percentage, its your breath, its your breakfast...I mean seriously that is PH staining. Expect some pretty cruddy stains. Virtually all cosmetic
  3. 1 in every 22000 folks have it on the planet and...

    1 in every 22000 folks have it on the planet and it is decimating our economies. Sheesh
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    $4600 for a 600.00 cover. Gives you that okuma...

    $4600 for a 600.00 cover. Gives you that okuma feeling doesnt it
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    Amura is an older brand name. I wonder if they...

    Amura is an older brand name. I wonder if they had a couple thousand machines in the USA.
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    Coronavirus employee compensation thread

    I heard our company will be paying up to a month of reduced wage for workers with either infected family members or themselves getting sick. Anyone else have any workplace sick leave plans?
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    45 and now 55

    45 and now 55
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    VHT3020 was the most powerful 40 taper machine...

    VHT3020 was the most powerful 40 taper machine ever made
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    Your talking about a 3020 nit a 3016 I am 99% sure

    Your talking about a 3020 nit a 3016 I am 99% sure
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    Yes the Royal works pretty good when the post...

    Yes the Royal works pretty good when the post filters are in good shape but they are centrifugal which means RPM and they get a little noisey. Nice setup
  11. Thread: Haas Warranty

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    Did you put a used bad tool holder in a new...

    Did you put a used bad tool holder in a new spindle. Because that is how you ruin a spindle fast
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    Wow way to go Haas. That is a big step in the...

    Wow way to go Haas. That is a big step in the right direction. Multiprocess is the future.
  13. Its is your 1610-1 thats too old not an eeprom

    Its is your 1610-1 thats too old not an eeprom
  14. Yes you need to consult zoning before you buy the...

    Yes you need to consult zoning before you buy the property. They will give you answers on setbacks, limitations, building types, codes...ect ...ect. Buying a piece of pand with big dreams is like...
  15. Some press brakes about 10 years ago were poorly...

    Some press brakes about 10 years ago were poorly made chinese castings and broke apart when forming a bend. I have seen pictures. I was just wondering without actually going to see each one if any of...
  16. Most modern presses have the welds blended with...

    Most modern presses have the welds blended with ...whatever. If you walked up to a press you would need a chipping hammer to tell these days
  17. Cast iron press brakes versus plate steel (Which ones are plate steel)

    I recent discussion was noting that some chinese press brakes are cast iron. Does this not that seem rather dangerous considering the loads on the components?

    What machines are not cast iron
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    Are chinese press brakes cast iron? What about...

    Are chinese press brakes cast iron? What about the other ones...Trumpf, MVD, Bystronic. Are not most of them cut from plate? Are they really cast iron?
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    Sales force should inform and guide and follow...

    Sales force should inform and guide and follow up. Beyond that arrogance and desperation to meet goals seems to hurt..but does it hurt more than it helps? Would be interesting to see some data
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    Warming up a spindle has little to do with the...

    Warming up a spindle has little to do with the bearings and more to do with what the spindle casing has to do with the bearings. Once you take and reduce the radial load on the bearings by heating...
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    Haas really doesnt have a great chip solution...

    Haas really doesnt have a great chip solution IMO. The single auger just rolls big bats of chips until they get stuck in the corner. The quad doesnt have the angles steep enough to move the chips so...
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    I only tap on the weekends and holidays. Very...

    I only tap on the weekends and holidays. Very sober at work breaking all those threading tools
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    Bore is different than drilled. Sure you can i...

    Bore is different than drilled. Sure you can i spect a drilled hole but you certainly cannot metric a machines accuracy by it that is just sloppy metrology
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    Well I wondered how the OP drilled holes abd saw...

    Well I wondered how the OP drilled holes abd saw they were off by .002...was this with a drill bit and what did he expect...lol. You cant gauge a fucking hole from the end of a drilled hole.
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    There are only a few companies that specialize in...

    There are only a few companies that specialize in cutters that big. All BS and feelings aside. Your best bet is to explore the geometry of the insert pockets and look up geometry for them.
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