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  1. Thread: MPG Cable woes

    by JLyons
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    It's here,,,,

    My new MPG has arrived, it feels very good, my shop is in a re-model right now. so I have to wait about a week to test the MPG, I have high hopes.
    Thanks Khai...
  2. Thread: MPG Cable woes

    by JLyons
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    MPG Cable woes

    So I bought a Bobmill (Novakon NM-135) in December 09, recieved it maybe late Jan, 10.
    the MPG USB cable was backordered, there must be something very complex about these cables because I still...
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    Learning is Slow

    I wish I knew someone that is close by using one of these.
    I am learning but it would be faster to have someone that could run through and do a checkout run for me.
    I have run it through a few...
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    In the shop.....

    OK, took 4 of us to get it out of the truck and into the shop.
    I have started putting it together, If I thought I could have handled the tormach I would have gone that way.

    There are a few...
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    It's here... yes!

    Now I just have to figure out how to get it out of my truck and into the shop.
    and how to set it up, and how to.....
    I figure a few months learning it and cutting wax, then some real parts. Then I...
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    Where did you get your numbers?

    If you go online to tormach.com and to novakon or bobmill.com, the numbers are all right there, the bigger of the two are very closely priced.
    Tormach's smaller one is about twice the weight of the...
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    Ordered a Bobmill 375

    Hi,

    I ordered a 375 and a pile of software about 2 weeks, I have received the software and training CD's, its looking pretty good. My mill still has not shipped but it should be soon I think.........
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    Svenakela, I have a hard time believing that the...

    Svenakela,
    I have a hard time believing that the NM-135 can do the same complexity and detail as the Roland MDX-40A, Although I cannot afford a Roland at this time and it is probably capable of...
  9. Thread: AR-15 parts

    by JLyons
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    Hi Tobyaxis, I realize the law on the lowers, I...

    Hi Tobyaxis,
    I realize the law on the lowers, I think I stated "not for sale", I actually want to make one AR-15, one AR-10, and a 1911, I already own commercial versions of these, but just feel...
  10. Thread: AR-15 parts

    by JLyons
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    Thanks for the reply's, I plan on using the...

    Thanks for the reply's,
    I plan on using the bobcad V23 upgrade to start with, I will exhaust the capabilities of that software before I move to something else.
    The Lower receivers will be the most...
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    Photos of complex millings.

    Please show off photos of your complex parts, I am trying to determine the capabilities of mills in the size of the Novakon MN-135 or equivalent cnc mills.
    Thanks JL
  12. Thread: AR-15 parts

    by JLyons
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    AR-15 parts

    I am looking at the nm-135 by Novakon, the largest and most complex part I want to make at this time is an AR-10 or AR-15 lower receiver. Is anyone out there familiar with this or willing to look at...
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