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  1. Re: Kitamura mycenter 0 head scratcher - tech help?

    CP59 just gives the Z axis brake power. I suspect the pulsing of "RDY2" killed the brake module. Servo pack is displaying this code "6. 3. _ 8." on the LED 8 display. I cant seem to locate what...
  2. Re: Kitamura mycenter 0 head scratcher - tech help?

    I looked at the ladder that controls the "RADY" relay. I am seeing "SRDX", "SRDY", "SRDZ" contacts flashing. Not really sure why as the servo pack does fully work sometimes. Seams though not for very...
  3. Kitamura mycenter 0 head scratcher - tech help?

    I have an odd issue I just cant figure out. Machine powers up fine. I push the power button the 2nd time and the servos come on. A random amont of time passes. Sometimes almost instantly and others...
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    Kitamura mycenter 0 axis over-travel

    I managed to jog my Z too far (Towards the table) and now I am stuck with a E-stop alarm. Is there an easier way to jog it back off the limit other than removing the switch? The control is a yasnac...
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    Kitamura mycenter 0 axis over-travel

    I managed to jog my Z too far (Towards the table) and now I am stuck with a E-stop alarm. Is there an easier way to jog it back off the limit other than removing the switch? The control is a yasnac...
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    Drawbar Belleville washers

    Hey guys, I got a 1995 VF-2 I am going through. The drawbar has a ton of tool changes on it and I am sure its in need of some TLC. Before I pull it I would love to get the washers ordered up to...
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    Re: Wireless Probe for Haas TM

    If the machine has a skip input (as far as I know every Haas does) and you have macros enabled (just costs $ for the code) you can have a probe. Some of the older machines didn't have enough memory...
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    Mitsubishi spindle drive alarm please help.

    I need some help on alarm "F4" "77" on the spindle drive display (MDS-B-SPH-110) , this alarm appears flashing on the display. Could someone help me, please?
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    Hood, 530 - 550 lb-f. seams awfully low to me. I...

    Hood, 530 - 550 lb-f. seams awfully low to me. I take it this is BT-30? Maybe you can change the stack configuration and get some more force? Basically double 2 washers before the flip. Also on my...
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    Hood, I built a 9 x 20 CNC lathe for my 2...

    Hood,

    I built a 9 x 20 CNC lathe for my 2 sons to learn on as the bigger machines I normally use at my shop are just way too powerful and dangerous for them to learn on. I figured I would use...
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    Hopefully Mach4 will be better than Mach3 was on...

    Hopefully Mach4 will be better than Mach3 was on the lathe side. I had some serious surprises a couple of times that made me switch to Linuxcnc out of safety concerns. Oh and rigid tapping was sure a...
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    Nice to see others benefiting from this design....

    Nice to see others benefiting from this design. Sorry acannell for not posting back sooner. I have been so busy I just have not had 5 minuets to myself. Hey Hood. I take it your the same Hood over in...
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    Any updates?

    Any updates?
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    This should help ya on your cylinder size to...

    This should help ya on your cylinder size to corrected psi. A little calculator I whipped up.
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    The ram is the only part that I question. The...

    The ram is the only part that I question. The rest is sound. I would have used a lip seal instead of orings but the orings should work if they are tight. The ram will be pushed equally so I wouldn't...
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    Looking good... you wanna just make me one too...

    Looking good... you wanna just make me one too since your having so much fun? :D I always questioned the $700 + price tag on these. This is why I designed one that was this easy to build. I think its...
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    Wow your quick! :) So I see your gonna make your...

    Wow your quick! :) So I see your gonna make your own ram? I might do the same down the road to get that gauge to read what it actually is. Looking good! More pics the better! :)
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    Zero fitting. It should work great. Biggest issue...

    Zero fitting. It should work great. Biggest issue with it is the multiplier to get the correct PSI. But is sure beats making your own ram.

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    Oh and the ram has a 1/4 npt...
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    Well just about every holder i own is like this....

    Well just about every holder i own is like this. I know some of the Shars have it to where its threaded inside so you can use a stop. The holder I am using is just a standard 1 inch tool holder. Its...
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    Yes you will preload it by screwing the pull stud...

    Yes you will preload it by screwing the pull stud into the clap until the needle just does move. This removes all the takeup and will make sure the pull stud movement is minimal when the drawbar...
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    If you wanted to make the gauge read correctly...

    If you wanted to make the gauge read correctly you will need to fabricate a ram that is 1.1284 inches in diameter.
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    The cat40 holder I have has a hole straight...

    The cat40 holder I have has a hole straight through. I just machined the threads off the pull stud on the lathe.

    I went ahead and purchased both the gauge and the ram. I used lightweight air tool...
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    Well the coolant pass pull stud is just used to...

    Well the coolant pass pull stud is just used to line up the threaded extension. Sure it can be done without one.I was just gonna turn dow that rod to fit in the hole of the stud to hold it in place...
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    Maybe this pic will help. The square loop and...

    Maybe this pic will help. The square loop and pull stud are connected. The spacer is connected to the holder. When force is applied to the pull stud the ram is squeezed between the loop and the...
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    The ram rests against this surface. The square...

    The ram rests against this surface. The square loop is pulled against the other side of the ram squishing it. The pull stud rod is threaded into the square loop so the whole thing can be preloaded by...
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