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  1. Thread: wondering

    by northernmach
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    Re: wondering

    I would definitely reach out to Chris L. of Ezcam who should be able to answer those questions. We have never attempted to model with the software.
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    Re: Selling product to Home Depot

    Hand tool. Tap wrench that we designed and produced in our shop. Has the benefits of both a T-handle and straight handle wrench. Compact in height like a straight handle, but also maintains a...
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    Re: Lathe Setup?

    We put ours at 30 deg. because we find that it to be out of the way for most turning applications and also is ready for doing a 60 deg standard thread when we need it, and not having to bother with...
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    Re: CNC thread deburr

    I have also used the method that ERUS described above with much success, but as stated adds cycle time.
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    Re: 3 jaw vs 4 jaw

    I also agree with Jim about the quick grip collet system. Very quick, accurate, don't have to worry about concentric issues from main spindle to sub spindle on transfers. Disperses holding...
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    Re: hi can you help about the dienut ?

    Is this a pipe thread?
  7. Re: Bar feeder LNS DH-65S2 with Ace Micromatic LT-2LM500 Elite new program

    I would contact LNS, they are pretty good for support and should be able to either send you a program to start with and modify or explain how you need to write it. Chad
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    Selling product to Home Depot

    Does anyone have any experience with selling product to Home Depot. I heard they are very good testing new product, in local stores first and then if it sells well, that store manager will have the...
  9. Thread: wondering

    by northernmach
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    Re: wondering

    Are you currently using ezcam? We use it in our shop for milling. I would recommend fusion 360 for low budget solid modeling. Very powerful for the price!
  10. Mazak Integrex IV matrix control post processor for Fusion 360

    Really would like to any ones advice on a post processor for Fusion 360 to out put code for a Mazak Integrex Mark IV with matrix control. This particular Integrex is programmed with turning in mind...
  11. Reset Buffer in Remote/Tape mode (drip feeding) after a feed hold

    Is there a simple way while feed holding a drip feed to reset the lines of code that are buffered at the machine. A machine reset does not clear the buffer. I have figured a way of doing it that is...
  12. CNC Operator needed! Preferably Mazak programming experience. Upstate NY

    We are in need of an experienced machinist, that already has years of measuring and machining experience on both lathe and mills.

    The position we are trying to fill will be for a Mazak Integrex...
  13. Independent sales representative - WANTED

    Hi all,

    We have an Alcoa plant that is within a half hour of our location and has been our #2 customer for many years now. This plant location came very close to closing at the end of last year...
  14. Combined straight handle and t-handle tap wrench!

    Our tap wrench since the beginning of this year seems to be gaining a little more steam in sales. It has been a slow process, not rushing to market in a scale that may or may not considerably...
  15. Swiss Machine: Citizen vs. Swiss which is considered top of the class over the other

    We are in pursuit of winning a family of shafts with a current customer that are now being made in China. These are for small motors ranging from a 1/2" dia. shaft to 1 1/2" dia.

    These have very...
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    Re: A BETTER TAP WRENCH! SELF CENTERING!

    I would like to also give a special thanks to Stuart Deutsch, who also gave a great review for our tap wrench. Stuart's website ToolGuyd, gives unbiased reviews with testing, providing pros and...
  17. Taking Pre-orders on Indiegogo for Unique Tap Wrench!

    Hoping that we can get a lot of support from this forum to really fast forward a larger batch of tap wrenches to see how low we can get costs down in our own shop to get more aggressive on our retail...
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    Re: Good Tap wrenches

    We truly feel that our tap wrench which is produced by a machine shop and designed by a machine shop is the best straight handled tap wrench you will find. The jaws are 4140 Nitride harden which...
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    Re: Edgecam and Mazak Integrex

    Thanks Joe,

    As much as I would like to try and use the code wizard to figure this out, based on your explanation, I should not. My reseller would not even tackle this, because he knows of another...
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    Re: Edgecam and Mazak Integrex

    Mike Mattera,

    Are you saying that out of the box the code wizard has a template that is near perfect? Have you ever run into problems with the code since you have used it? I am so nervous about...
  21. Re: Info for self teaching How to read Logic Ladders

    Thank you, I am checking into the Logo software now.

    Chad
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    Re: More memory needed

    Silver,

    Don't know why I was never able to think about doing that ourselves. That is even better yet. Thanks!

    Chad
  23. Re: Info for self teaching How to read Logic Ladders

    Thanks greggv, definately looks like the right site to go for info.
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    Re: More memory needed

    I agree that sounds like it would be the way to go, and an idea that may be worth us looking in to. How would that work at the machine though. Is there a way to make the machine look at a different...
  25. Re: Info for self teaching How to read Logic Ladders

    Yes, the PLC code. Fanuc 21m.
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