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  1. #13
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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    hy thunder, please, i have seen that you have an extra-sense when it comes to alignments; please, can you help me with this one ?

    https://www.cnczone.com/forums/gener...lign-long.html

    kindly
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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    I'll bet it's pricey, but well worth the money if you constantly deal with small tooling...

    https://www.genswiss.com/perfect-zero.htm

    Youtube video of system here...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZWsXB7KzfI

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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    nice tool / thx
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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    What you want to get is the picco ace holder I have linked here It requires a quarter turn to seat or realease the insert.

    Alo in my opinion the Genswiss is not accurate enough. It is an interesting idea, but must not accurate enough to justify the purchase.

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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    hy jreynolds that thing from iscar is good 2 clamp the tool, but is not assuring coaxiality; only a sleeve and a cnc do not assure coaxiality, but a measuring & adjustment method

    Also in my opinion the Genswiss is not accurate enough
    somehow i also feel that; even if there is low tir when the device is clamped inside the guide bush ( and guide bushes are wear parts, etc ), also the camera has to be concentric with the od of the part, and i don't know how is possible to check that

    however, i was wondering if there is a variant to home-build such gadget i am not up2date with latest stuff, but i believe that a small camera concentric with the housing + wireless transmission, is not hard to find these days / kindly
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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    you could always blue the end of your stock and bring up the tool and scribe it with the tool then remove the stock and look at it. I have never really founf that the be a big issu.

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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    Quote Originally Posted by jreynolds5 View Post
    What you want to get is the picco ace holder I have linked here It requires a quarter turn to seat or realease the insert.

    Alo in my opinion the Genswiss is not accurate enough. It is an interesting idea, but must not accurate enough to justify the purchase.
    What are you talking about? The Genswiss system can center the tool within TENTHS RELIABLY. You say it's not accurate enough, yet go on giving advice of blueing the end of the bar and scribe a line? LOL

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    Re: please, how to check alignment for small tool ...

    What are you talking about? The Genswiss system can center the tool within TENTHS RELIABLY
    hi 369, to eliminate doubts, it is required to check :
    ... the alignment of the genswiss system; the camera center is coaxial with the housing ? they are never coaxial, so is needed to measure the excentricity, so to determine the precission class
    ... the resolution; that's easy

    TENTHS RELIABLY
    2.33 tens, or 0.7tens ?

    1.1 or 0.15 tens ?

    also, what does those numbers represent ? and how to check these numbers ?

    You say it's not accurate enough, yet go on giving advice of blueing the end of the bar and scribe a line?
    is not only about scribing the line, but also inspecting the scribbed line position with instruments with precision <0.01, like microscopes, etc

    this method takes longer than using the genswiss, but is possible to determine their precision pretty accurate

    a microscope acurracy&alignment can be checked, so it can be trusted, but it requires time to use it; to shorten that time, is easier to put the microscope/camera inside the cnc, but this 'alternative' also needs to be checked for accuracy & alignment ... at this moment i don't know how is that possible, so to make the device trustfull / kindly
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