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  1. I would assume it also compensates for the...

    I would assume it also compensates for the difference in stylus deflection as well.
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    Experience is all you have to work with here. ...

    Experience is all you have to work with here.

    We get asked this all the time in the field. We know from experience what you can get with our tools, but what they will get is just that, what they...
  3. Well that's a can't get there from here... I'm...

    Well that's a can't get there from here... I'm in San Antonio now.
  4. Welcome. Any questions you may have please...

    Welcome.

    Any questions you may have please shoot them on here, you will get as many useful as useless responses, but they are all only worth what you pay for them. however, if you sift through...
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    At 7000 RPM with a stubby aluminum specific...

    At 7000 RPM with a stubby aluminum specific carbide endmill in full slot you *should* be able to handle 200-300mm/min feed with a two flute, and a depth of 1xd. That said, if it isn't working, back...
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    What did you lose off the table?

    What did you lose off the table?
  7. Unless you bought the option specifically, or...

    Unless you bought the option specifically, or unless the machine you have was a demo that had the option on it before you bought it there is slim to no chance that you have the TCP option...

    That...
  8. I don't recall exactly, but it is very likely a...

    I don't recall exactly, but it is very likely a parameter. I'm 99% sure the Z axis travel speeds are controlled via parameter on the newer robos, as we had issues with one machine being set...
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    Very Very true. But at the end of the day...

    Very Very true. But at the end of the day employers want programmers who can get code and instructions to the machine any monkey can execute....
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    Well I couldn't agree with a or b any more. What...

    Well I couldn't agree with a or b any more. What I wrote was what our management wants and what the meat of our contracts state. The reality of the situation is that we hand hold something through...
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    Every situation is different. I don't know how...

    Every situation is different. I don't know how most people go about things in the consulting world, but in my job role, we are expected to perform at a very high level. To do this on-site at least...
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    ROFLMAO, but I think you need to revise it to...

    ROFLMAO, but I think you need to revise it to break the eggs gently, and use low heat to lightly cook the omlette.
  13. Makino runs Fanuc on the back end anyway. So it...

    Makino runs Fanuc on the back end anyway. So it isn't really that much different. Does Makino do a good job with thier custom front end? Yes, but at the end of the day its all going through a Fanuc...
  14. I'd get a hold of Setco. They say they do Hermle...

    I'd get a hold of Setco. They say they do Hermle spindles, but who knows, mileage may vary. They have always treated me well in the past.
  15. The first time you see a 6" long 3/4 endmill come...

    The first time you see a 6" long 3/4 endmill come out of a holder @18,000rpm and skate around spinning on the table you have a new appreciation for using a torque wrench to tighten collet holders... ...
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    Can I have a pipe berth in your shop? I'll load...

    Can I have a pipe berth in your shop? I'll load parts for free at night :D. But only if I can help program (I meant play with) the toys.
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    The only way you should even think of cheaping...

    The only way you should even think of cheaping out on it is to remove and install the spindle yourself. But before you do, make sure you get the procedure from the MTB. Being a vertical it should...
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    Generally speaking I don't like to poo poo...

    Generally speaking I don't like to poo poo advice.... Especially from other respected members.

    However, Koolaid it may be, the numbers don't lie. HSK63 has a higher bending moment capability...
  19. Depends on the wiper flat / radius size and how...

    Depends on the wiper flat / radius size and how many inserts are in the facemill.... But generally, one wiper to about 7 cutting inserts. All depends on the feed you plan on programming to. Say...
  20. Frank do you have any quantifiable numbers on...

    Frank do you have any quantifiable numbers on runout and contact results? In general this a subject that I feel would be very good to explore and explain on the forum so people feel comfortable...
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    On the tooling note, expect to pay a lot more for...

    On the tooling note, expect to pay a lot more for tooling as when you start cutting hard metals such as Titanium, you can't cheap out. If you do, you won't even get through a part before you break a...
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    Bottom line, I'd go with whoever can get you the...

    Bottom line, I'd go with whoever can get you the best support.
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    litlerob1 isn't wrong. Haas's are not known for...

    litlerob1 isn't wrong. Haas's are not known for being a "real" machine. But that is what you have, so that is what you will work with. That said. I don't know that tool, but being that it is a...
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    Look at the Heckert DBF series. They offer it in...

    Look at the Heckert DBF series. They offer it in both 5 and 6 axis configs. This would be a Cadillac for what you have described. Not fiction, I have seen a 6 axis one in the wild.
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    Cut the first side flat in a vice with face mill,...

    Cut the first side flat in a vice with face mill, drill mounting and locating holes around the perimeter, slot mill perimeter of part finished .03" past other floor. Flip and bolt onto flat fixture...
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