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    Re: RFQ Motorcycle Axle Bushing Needed

    You probably should list your location, somebody could be right in your backyard. You probably want to pick 316 for the increased corrosion resistance over 304.
  2. Re: Fanuc Servo drive cooling fan. What sensor signal?

    You might want to list the generation of controller and what axis the drive runs.
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    Re: Machining of Aluminium parts required

    I wonder how many people get work from bumping RFQ's that are close to a year old or older? I would think it is a major waste of time.
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    Re: YASNAC Program Issue

    Not the same generation but I had a Yasnac X3 that was real strange when it came to cutter comp. To get it to work right every time it had to be on it's own line of code all by itself.
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    Re: parting off with a drill?

    Great business to be in. I had a friend who had a strange unjustified amount of confidence in his abilities yet he pretty much failed at any new task he tried. He had never even tried to use a remote...
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    Re: parting off with a drill?

    I will have to look into that. I have an Iscar holder. I just use Thinbit for skinny grooves. Not sure what machine you have but I have a small overhead gang tooled Swiss that has very limited...
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    Re: parting off with a drill?

    The smaller the stock the skinnier the part off tool must be.
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    Re: parting off with a drill?

    I did not catch the type of material. I used run a similar repeat job out of 303 stainless. With a 24 degree angled .030 wide parting tool feeding at .0005 IPR @ 2500 rpm, I could drop them with a...
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    Re: Another knurling question

    I have done quite a few things in 35 years of machining and done plenty of knurling, yet never on a radial surface. No idea of the size of that knurl and it honestly doesn't look very good. There are...
  10. Thread: Steel Cones

    by Dualkit
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    Re: Steel Cones

    What is the application? The reason I ask is the fact most people are not going to be able to locally source 17-4 stainless so most will be quoting off of the price of internet stores which is going...
  11. Re: For Sale ACROLOC M12 with FANUC 6M, for parts and components

    You might want to write down some of the circuit board numbers and the servo motor numbers and see what they go for on E-bay. A lot of the Fanuc 6M parts are the same as on Fanuc 6T controls. A lot...
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    Re: Looking for a small CNC machine shop

    Seriously, I always wonder why Chinese companies don't contract out someone bi-lingual in Chinese and English for sales work if trying to do business with English speaking people.
    Last place I...
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    Re: Knurling problems

    Also if the OP comes back he needs to tell us what type of machine he is using and the type of tool.
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    Re: Knurling problems

    Got it. What kind of tool is he using? Straddle, scissor or single? I think the OP was making a straight knurl, not a diamond. If it was just for grip I think the easiest solution for someone new to...
  15. Thread: Cutting brass

    by Dualkit
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    Re: Cutting brass

    I don't understand why you aren't using a standard lathe parting tool mounted in a tool post or similar.
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    Re: Knurling problems

    I have data capped internet I only get 15 GB a month so I can't watch the video to critic it. Just from the picture I see non fill on the middle and right band.
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    Re: Knurling problems

    You can do it either way. A straddle or scissor type knurl holder is the easiest to get set correctly, but single knurls aren't that hard to set once you get used to it. High feed rate and low rpm...
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    Re: Request for quote, steel pin

    It does appear that it is centered on the .750 length but you left out where the .116 diameter plunge is located. Not going to bid as this should be left to a guy doing side work for beer money, but...
  19. Re: Please advise: Servo motor SEM MT22R2-24 - pair + controller

    As for pricing I would look for completed sales on E-bay of like items. I probably sold a half dozen or so servo motors on E-bay that I pulled off of machines I scrapped. Even though I priced them...
  20. Thread: CNC Lathe work

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    Re: CNC Lathe work

    What is the matter with you? You keep bumping years old threads. This place is full of morons these days.
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    Re: 100 Units - Alum6061 Part

    You are going to quote a job that was posted a half dozen plus years ago? If you can't read a date, how do you read part drawings?
  22. Re: Looking for small qty 25 ea of machined parts

    I ran lots of beryllium back to 1979. I am still alive. I believe the only issue is air borne dust, which does not occur with machining.
  23. Re: Looking for small qty 25 ea of machined parts

    I don't understand how someone can be trusted to read a part drawing correctly if they ignore dates.
  24. Re: looking for a quote on some lathe work 304ss

    Hey genius, this thread is over a year old. Did you notice?
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    Re: NEED PARTS QUOTED

    What part of "keeping job in USA" do you not understand? Your office in the USA isn't fooling anyone.
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    Re: CNC Mill and Lathe

    Before you open a shop maybe you need to learn what RFQ means.
  27. Re: looking for a quote on some lathe work 304ss

    Good luck, I emailed for a drawing a week ago and never heard back.
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    Re: Screw machine work

    I have a screw machine, I prefer plain old PDF files, but I do have viewers that can open various 3d files. Send prints to Info@Steelwright.com, thanks,.............Bob

    I posted this because your...
  29. Re: RFQ: 6061 T6 parts, from rod stock and square slugs

    Also some people won't have the optimum machine, fixturing and tooling to do the job and not realize it because they aren't up on the latest and greatest or have not had a lot of exposure. It will...
  30. Thread: RFQ Lathe Work

    by Dualkit
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    Re: RFQ Lathe Work

    Sent quote by PM
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