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  1. Re: lathe live/driven angled tool macro program help

    ok, but i need at least a simple sketch with cone dimension, hole dimension, and hole axis position + tool geometry, so to develop from there

    shared code i use only as an example, not a baseline :)
  2. Re: lathe live/driven angled tool macro program help

    hy, as i can see, you found a solution :) it shouldn't be longer if you are using a cam; what's the holdback ?

    i used programs from cams, but mostly i write g-code, and sometimes i mix them ......
  3. Re: Twin-Turret LU-300 with OSP-P200L macros and TLM

    hy, i don't have acces to a lathe similar to yours, so i can't be specific

    let's hope that someone will post something about those

    otherwise, i need to run some trials, i need to see the...
  4. Re: Twin-Turret LU-300 with OSP-P200L macros and TLM

    hy :) these work on osp300, for tool register #1 :
    ... main offset - vtofx[1] vtofz[1]
    ... wear - vtwox[1] vtwoz[1]
    ... rad - vnsrx[1] vnsrz[1]
    ... p - vnrpn[1]

    i have checked, and it seems...
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    Re: UGC variables

    hello, after reading your initial reply, i was wondering if you were looking for those variables, so to solve this previous post of yours :...
  6. Re: pls, is there a bar puller design, for pulling at rpm 0 ?

    hy kurmay, i'm looking for a bar puller construction, not g-code :)
  7. pls, is there a bar puller design, for pulling at rpm 0 ?

    hello :) please, do you have an idea for pulling without stopping the spindle ? kindly :)
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    Re: UGC variables

    hy :) that's igf's blank definition ?

    what are you after ?
  9. Re: Okuma MB4000H vs Mori Seiki NH4000 dcg

    if i may ask, what did you added ?



    they automated their production line arround 4-5 years ago, allmost all parts&processes are eletronically-tagged, and enviroment is pretty clean ... the only...
  10. Re: Citizen L32 programming question on using G75

    hy jim, please, what are you doing on the fanuc, that you wish to do also on the mitshubishi/citizen ?

    is it similar to the code shared by rcs ?



    if possible, use an endmill to cut a...
  11. Re: Citizen L32 programming question on using G75

    hello :) pls find attached infos about g75

    is this what you are looking for ? to cut the part, or a groove ? or you wish for the LFV ?

    if it is about:
    ... cutting/grooving, i never use g75,...
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    Re: Countersinking tips and tricks?

    hello , yup, they have to have a greater angle, in order to assure that the following drill will start cutting from it's center towards the exterior

    another condition is that the pilot diameter...
  13. Re: lathe live/driven angled tool macro program help

    hy :) do you still need help with this ?
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    Re: Face milling of round part

    hy dkcre, do you still need help with this ?

    if yes, please provide part dimensions before and after + tool shape; like this, i may share exact drawings, showing how to start & end each pass, and...
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    Re: Milling macros

    so you wish for half a sphere, with diameter 100 ? tool o12 ? ok :)

    if i give you the toolpath in xyz, can you make it work on your machine ? because i can't, i don't know the g-code for mach3 :)...
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    Re: Countersinking tips and tricks?

    hy kstrauss, you are right, that's a center drill ... my english, my bad :)

    yes, it is indeed 60*, but it works well for those parts where is only required to have a "chamfer" instead of a sharp...
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    Re: 13 chrome turning

    yup, it was a few years ago :) my god, it was such a rigid experience ...
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    Re: Feeds and speeds for drilling

    is an aproximation of 1000/pi

    use the internet to find out the math behind this ... should help you to understand what is behind

    there are many that simply use the formula "as it is", without...
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    Re: Drill Speed

    hy :)

    hss drill requires torque @ lower rpms, while carbide requires higher rpms

    hss feed/revo may be > carbide feed/revo, but because carbide can operate at higher rpms it will achieve a...
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    Re: Feeds and speeds for drilling

    hy :) it does not matter if it is a drill, a face mill, or a turning tool, etc : formula's apply to the cutting edge ( geometrical location )

    let's calculate a few examples :

    1) drilling ( on...
  21. Re: Spindle speed for large diameter parts

    hy olio, large diameters may raise a few problems :

    1) if they have not been cutted square before machinin, then is possible to have a lot of tir far away from chuck, and also very small footprint...
  22. Re: Code for automatic clamping turret with tailstock

    hy fabricio, moving and clamping the tailstock are different actions

    those actions, depending on lathe, may be both automatically, or auto + manual ( auto clamping, but requiring assitance with...
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    Re: Milling macros

    hy pkcnc, i have many parametric codes ... if you wish, i can create one for you :)

    i don't have experience with mach 3, but i can start by generating the toolpath, then customize it with mach 3...
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    Re: Countersinking tips and tricks?

    hello again :) after reading other replies in this thread, i started to think of this ... you may cut the chamfer :
    ... before driling, making also the spot for the drill ( attached is the classical...
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    Re: 13 chrome turning

    hy :) please, what do you mean by that ?
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    Re: 13 chrome turning

    hy, a while ago i prepared a long series setup, for a few months, in 41Cr4, 42-47hrc, cutting at 170M/min, using a mapped feed between 0.1 and 0.5mm/o, diametral doc 2.25

    i could have gone above...
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    Re: Countersinking tips and tricks?

    hy russ :) give a try to integral carbide tools ( attached )

    hss are ok, they work, but ...

    indexable carbide ? yup, but only if you need to use a large diameter tool

    i use integral types:...
  28. Re: Okuma MB4000H vs Mori Seiki NH4000 dcg

    hy :) that osp300 could be a benchmark :) i have little experience with fanuc : is ok as a controller, not bad, but is not osp

    at least for lathes, there are okuma functions developed between...
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    Re: OSP P300MA

    hy 85 :) i know M and LA ... far as i know, A is from ' applications ', and those are pretty the same across entire osp300

    what are you looking for ? kindly :)
  30. Re: What are these called, what are they used for and what are they worth? Thanks!!!

    hy, those are designed in a class between end-mills and reamers

    stronger than mills

    deliver a cilinder tolerance better than a mill, but lower than a reamer

    were used to achieve increased...
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