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  1. Re: Researching New CNC 6 x18 Auto Surface Grinders (Best Machine ?)

    6x18 CNC
  2. Re: Regarding chamfer tool to measure counter sunk hole

    Do you still want an answer?

    Gene
  3. Thread: Carbide

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    Re: Carbide

    By now (Tuesday) you may have some specific questions.

    Gene

    Edit: It's Sunday. Sorry.
  4. Re: Ballnose center cutting end mill question

    Can you tilt the cutter at an angle instead of vertically?

    Gene
  5. Re: Looking for a Ferris State University Bulldog in DXF format??

    Have you tried this?

    Online image vectorizer

    Gene
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    Re: Putting a rad off an angle

    Maybe these are the numbers you're looking for?
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    Re: Putting a rad off an angle

    Not quite. The .42 is where the .15 dimension intersects the 30 Degree angle

    Gene
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    Re: Putting a rad off an angle

    Is this what you have in mind?
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    Re: Putting a rad off an angle

    A number of scenarios would fit your description. You'll need to be more specific. A rough sketch might do.

    Gene
  10. Re: Easy fixturing for irregular shape part??

    I'd make the blank longer than needed and use the extra length as a "handle" to hold onto while machining. You could even make it long enough to make two parts end to end with the extra material in...
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    Re: Starreet thread gauges

    The first number is the thread pitch. The second number is the double depth.

    Gene

    Edit: Actually the first number is the number of threads per inch, sometimes referred to as the pitch. The...
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    Re: insect dxf files

    Might be something here

    http://www.cnczone.com/forums/misc.php?do=showattachments&t=19346

    Gene
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    Re: how would you "machine" tungsten carbide?

    Depending on how much you want to spend.

    Low Pressure Injection Molded Tungsten Carbide

    Gene
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    Re: Angle plate calibration

    If you understand the concept illustrated here you will be able to calibrate your angle plate.

    Gene
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    The first thing I would do would be to test the...

    The first thing I would do would be to test the memory.

    Gene
  16. Tom The dovetail indicator clamp that you...

    Tom

    The dovetail indicator clamp that you ordered will do the job but the one shown here is much better. It has separate locking nuts, one for the swivel and one for the dovetail. It's much...
  17. Tom That should do it. Remember to keep the...

    Tom

    That should do it. Remember to keep the axis of the indicator point as parallel as possible to the axis of the dowel. 15 degrees shouldn't be any problem. It really depends on the accuracy you...
  18. Model#? Gene

    Model#?

    Gene
  19. Tom To allow for some deviation in the center...

    Tom

    To allow for some deviation in the center to center holes in the stock make one of the dowels into a Diamond Point. Only the portion that protrudes into the stock should be the diamond shape....
  20. Tom I'm getting the impression that I don't...

    Tom

    I'm getting the impression that I don't understand what you are trying to accomplish. Apparently you don't need any holes in your stock. I say that because you are willing to have 2 or 4...
  21. Tom Drilled holes are not appropriate for...

    Tom

    Drilled holes are not appropriate for dowel pins. You should drill and then ream.
    If possible can you use a larger diameter dowel?
    After pressing in the dowel pins you should re-cut the...
  22. I really don't know anything about RS-232 but I...

    I really don't know anything about RS-232 but I have 2 PC's with WIN XP connected to a router and can exchange files, folders etc. in both directions. I'm not sure if this is what you're looking for....
  23. Thread: Ogive help

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    Does your code look anything like this?

    Does your code look anything like this?
  24. Thread: Ogive help

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    I know nothing about a CNC lathe but can you not...

    I know nothing about a CNC lathe but can you not draw the ogive in AutoCad, or one of its free clones and then export as a DXF file?

    Gene
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    You need a wheel with a 1 1/4" hole as well as...

    You need a wheel with a 1 1/4" hole as well as the appropriate adapter. Be sure the adapter has left hand threads. You'll also need the 1/2 inch left hand spindle nut to hold the wheel assembly to...
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    You can also open it a text editor such as Edit...

    You can also open it a text editor such as Edit Pad Lite (free) and display the line numbers.

    Gene
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    Relatively simple on a surface grinder. Somewhat...

    Relatively simple on a surface grinder. Somewhat time consuming. I would guess about 3-5 hours.

    Gene
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    The burr is there because the nose of your tool...

    The burr is there because the nose of your tool is square. It needs to be angled to minimize the burr.

    Gene
  29. A sinebar will be useful if you stay in the...

    A sinebar will be useful if you stay in the trade. You can make it now and heat treat/grind later.

    Gene
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    You could rig up a pointer on your mouse and...

    You could rig up a pointer on your mouse and using the sketch or trace or ? command and click your way around your template creating a polyline on the screen. Then edit the polyline with the fit...
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