I dont care if used
what kind of parts??
gearbox and/or ice cage
check out mendelsons JymmmEMC
Mentioning icemakers has anyone made a vortex tube type chiller?
that sorta stuff is fixable/makeable... pics??? drawings??
skinnypuppy34: that's exactly what I'm repairing
i used a vortex tube chiller on my milltronics machine
it was awesome
it kept a-514 plate that would be glowing red otherwise as cold as ice
Look pretty simple had thought of making one for a bearing or pin shrinker
i was cutting it with 1" carbide insert cutter at like 50 IPM
that dont impress me...
full diameter of cutter... .375" deep
chips that would knock you down if they hit you
but i am a little guy
53 mm at 300 IPM.. was my snake oil salesman show
turned a 1500 lb block to chips in 4 hrs
interesting.. i think the job i was running was for linkbelt
With one endmill?
just for SHITS AND GIGGLES
no insert changes..
carbide lasts forever if you chill it with the vortex coolers
*and don't crash the machine
we rocked the cement off the undergroung garage though
this shite had 34 layers of coatings... ii was running 500-575 rpm.... .100-.120 feed per tooth
I would have liked to have seen that
and telling stories of reviving ALL the low RPM high torqee machines in existence
CMTS 2000 i believe... the MAZAK booth next to us tried to show off and pull MY crowd only to blow a belt.. stall an8 " face mill and smoke everyone away.... I went for lunch...LOL
Hitatchi cutter.. FYI... there is an equivalent TOSHIBA variant.... FEED MILLS
the harder the material the better..
heat all goes in the CHIP
i had girls askig for chips to make earings.... caus after all no matter how you rolle them they were 6's and 9's...
still keep samples.... to show salesmen... Can you make THAT???
My 'artisan' neighbor likes me to keep the pretty stainless curls
Hair for these freekish blacksmithed figures with porceline doll heads..
i used to have a 45 gallon drum of used inserts as my open door policy..... salesmen drooled in that one.. but there were alot of broken dreams in it to
these days.. i just fix screw up....
ANY-ONE's screw-up.... appperantly...
had to rigger-nig a jig to grind a few nose casings from china recenty... took way too much brain processing power for what they were worth in $$$.... but accomplishing the IMPOSSIBLE.... is PRICELESS
They can't all be sweet jobs ... least not here anyway
but ALL i deal with are the screw ups others CANT/WONT fix...
you must be good then dmess
my stamp is registered to TC and FAA.. and ALL it on is disaster cases...
Sounds like you got the brown end of the stick, or like I have heard others say like trying to deal with the clean end of a turd
if you compost the sh!te first it won't stink
my fingers dont stink... and its ALL still in the air.... im with chr0n1c:
I'll post that at the nearest catbox : O o
got asked if id entertain going to CHINA for 3-6 months to help the plant here
engrish prints? me no decipher?
Going to china helps the plant here?
where are you chr0n1c:
yes... we assemble thei crap/toaster components into landing gear,,... did i type that out loud
my toaster rocks, it's from the 80's i think
wher does the pintle pin install???
how many hits are on it??
uh it's a two slice'r and it only has one knob and a lever
we had 1 operator ask for extension of life... we gave him 100 hits... 6 days later... can i have another pls...
Bombardier DHC-8 and CRJ-xxx
dhc8-100 ,-200,&-300 only.... the -400 is a Goodrich gear.. and has failed recently
301 too sorry
there's a few online machinery auctions like http://www.dovebid.com/
not hobby sized
i have many non-hobby sized auctions if anyone needs to
Any induction furnaces?
i could find a tacco nearby??? why??
they are sweet
just go to tacco belll
pas la maim chose
can i get that chalupa with a 3 axis control?
most are 4-5 axis..
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that's a reasonable-size lathe
dmess: you mentioned non-hobby sized auctions... do you know of any induction furnaces for sale?
or did you mean tocco?
hehe.. I thought you really were kidding
what size is the power supply?
Good sized lathe there !
perfect for any small hobby parts
ir for whole ISS modules
i saw "metsa"
and i was like, "i didn't know metsa made a 12 x 54"
and ha ha joke's on me, they still don't
that lathe is slightly longer than my house
toast is now known as toastydeath
i am getting projects at work soon
like, true prototypes
and also difficult measurement problems
03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/src/hal/utils/ (meter.c scope.c): these components did not call hal_ready()
steves_logging is now known as steve_stallings
hey cradek, please have a look at http://wigen.net/ttt.patch
for preliminary newline support in ttt
steve_stallings is now known as steves_logging
The_B: it looks excellent except maybe it should split at an actual linefeed, not at the literal characters \ followed by n
truetype-tracer "line 1
or maybe it should split at argv: truetype-tracer "line 1" "line 2"
the second case is just done with a for loop
the first one I'm not sure how to do: wc == '\n' is probably not right
maybe the right test is wc == btowc('\n')
cradek, didn't think of not using \n when i did it, but yeah, do it the way you want it
the wc == btowc('\n') test seems to work
I'll see if I can figure out how to test a multibyte encoding again...
well good night, let me know how you go
hey I bet we're not thinking big enough. if it would read from stdin, you could easily send it a whole block of text
03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/hal/drivers.lyx: updates from Peter Wallace (http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.linux.distributions.emc.user/4007/focus=4036)
the 'orchestra control' is pretty amazing http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fWfN7V_ImKo
i think xemet pointed it out. the vid has a robot reproducing handwriting http://www.orchestracontrol.com/Home/tabid/36/Default.aspx
03jepler 07TRUNK * 10emc2/docs/src/hal/drivers.lyx: actual maximum number