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    Best CNC crash on youtube

    holy sh*t
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gPPp1A1gj2M"]YouTube- SZF CNC-Crash[/ame]

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    That wasn't pretty
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    I have actually been looking for that one for some time now. I remember also seeing one guy crashing a spindle probe on a lathe (video was posted somewhere on the zone before). There is also a video of a huge vertical mill that goes wild and starts milling on its own frame.

    This one is also pretty cool.
    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nzb-i7-fuq8&feature=related"]YouTube- Crash d'usinage[/ame]

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    The Blight,

    LOL, did that guy try to grab the stock as it flew out of the jaws?
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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=38lFuolhn3g"]YouTube- CNC Crash[/ame]
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    There's a big difference between M02 and M03, namely the direction of the drill.

    A piece of steel that large flying at me would make me reconsider how much I trust that enclosure.

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    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9gO7igYlR2Q"]YouTube- cnc crash[/ame]
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    LOL, poor guy almost had a good part...

    [ame="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uWOAAyN3btc"]YouTube- CNC Machine Tool Crash - ZOMG FAIL[/ame]
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    Quote Originally Posted by brandou10l View Post

    HAHA look at the sparks fly out between the spindle cart. Thats toast. "quick, hide the evidence and call the distributor, we still have a warranty, and don't tell them what happened".

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Blight View Post
    I have actually been looking for that one for some time now. I remember also seeing one guy crashing a spindle probe on a lathe (video was posted somewhere on the zone before). There is also a video of a huge vertical mill that goes wild and starts milling on its own frame.

    This one is also pretty cool.
    YouTube- Crash d'usinage


    This one scares the crap out of me. I've seen the aftermath twice from this kind of thing. One guy died, the other almost totaled the machine. Watch out if you forget the G50 on the Okuma and hit Estop. The hydraulics shut off and you better pray the chuck solenoid is not leaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by underthetire View Post
    HAHA look at the sparks fly out between the spindle cart. Thats toast. "quick, hide the evidence and call the distributor, we still have a warranty, and don't tell them what happened".
    haha the service men cant seem to figure out why theres metal welded to the hsk interface

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    WTF

    ok so there are more than a few crashes on youtube,
    so far,
    1 im glad i always keep the door shut when the machine is running
    even when im proving out a program, i see alot of other people at my work who dont keep the door shut, i program a cat40 14000rpm 2000ipm rapids hmc

    2 the first thing i learned on a cnc lathe is that the g50 limits the rpm in g96mode

    3 i actually read and know how to read the program when im proving it out, i never trust the cam system, because as soon as you let ur gaurd down it will bite u in the arse

    4 if i ever decide to videotape one of the machines i will PROVE OUT THE PROCESS FIRST AND RUN A FEW PARTS BEFORE VIDEOTAPING!!!!!!


    seriously that one with the lathe "crash de' usenage" the could have easly killed that guy i mean comeon who has the balls to videotape a program that obviously hasnt been proved out yet and even so not even running it in single block!! thats just moronic.
    and i though all the morons of the machining world worked at my shop i was completely wrong!!!

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