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100091

Taig Mill with Servo Motors

Here is a picture of the Taig Micro Mill with Brushed DC motors
azdlb
Aug 15, 2014
#100091
 
100090

Using CAD for CNC

Hi to all, I added an example, CAD to CAD2Lathe to Mach3 Turn to my CAD page. http://www.cad2gcode.com/cncprojects/id21.html
stcnc2000
Aug 2, 2014
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100089

Two auctions of interest to machinists

Computer accessory company Alsop is moving their production to other facilities (suspecting China) and auctioning off their manufacturing facilities. Alsop:
Dave Halliday
Jul 16, 2014
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100088

Re: FOAM-- [CAD_CAM_EDM_DRO] Measurements to compare machines

I am a little hesitant to post this but as a service by daytime job company can supply Type 1 or Type 2 Polyurethane Grout with an agregate. This is marketed
Gary Click
Jul 10, 2014
#100088
 
100087

Damping

CNC zone has a huge (4,000+ entries) discussion of epoxy/granite for damping structures. Dave 8{) -- "A word to the wise ain't necessary - it's the stupid
David G. LeVine
Jul 10, 2014
#100087
 
100086

FOAM-- [CAD_CAM_EDM_DRO] Measurements to compare machines

Hi Mike and all:       You can buy a gallon of epoxy that will mix with the stone to fill your you tubes with from a company in Penn. if I remember
William Thomas
Jul 10, 2014
#100086
 
100085

Re: Measurements to compare machines

Plasticine would probably do the same,    ........Edmund......... On Wednesday, July 9, 2014 6:18 PM, "'David G. LeVine' dlevine@...
ED MAISEY
Jul 10, 2014
#100085
 
100084

Re: Measurements to compare machines

On 07/08/2014 04:12 PM, timg@... ... On the other hand, a dedicated home shop machinist could actually MAKE a ballbar tester fairly easily. You
Jon Elson
Jul 10, 2014
#100084
 
100083

Re: Measurements to compare machines

On 07/09/2014 01:07 PM, editor@... [CAD_CAM_EDM_DRO] ... Another vibration killer is high density foam. It will NOT stop flexure, but it
David G. LeVine
Jul 9, 2014
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100082

Re: Measurements to compare machines

I tend to agree that the pin can be a weak point but, in the 3+ years I've had the Sherline lathe, mill and the TAIG mill, the most egregious problem with any
mrehmus
Jul 9, 2014
#100082
 
100081

Re: Measurements to compare machines

Agreed a Ballbar test result would be very interesting. Unfortunately not everyone has one of these $4000 - $9000 devices. Heck they cost more than many
timgoldstein
Jul 8, 2014
#100081
 
100080

Re: Measurements to compare machines

You are thinking of rotation around the pin. I agree with the key or with our angle adjuster that is not an issue. What I am referring to is the heads ability
timgoldstein
Jul 8, 2014
#100080
 
100079

Re: Ball screws

As the current mach # development team said at a meeting "we cannot truly compensate for backlash because the table can move in one axis from the pressure of
mrehmus
Jul 4, 2014
#100079
 
100078

the original list of the guys that signed up at a CNC seminar at Na

Anyone want that list? If not my heirs will throw it away as it means nothing to them. bill List Mom In a message dated 6/29/2014 2:05:43 A.M. Mountain
wcanliker
Jul 3, 2014
#100078
 
100077

Re: Ball screws

Ball screw is use because not back lash when adjusted corrected  a regular screw or acme will always have  back lash  this is so the machine can go one way
ronan hanlon
Jul 3, 2014
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