Re: [GrizHFMinimill] A mini NO-NO...
- Hi Richard:
Yes, reground endmills are very cheap at the Boeing
Surplus store near where I live. I see they are wising
up and not sharpening them before they sell them by
the pound now.
Thanks so much. I will indeed delete the .bmp file. I
didn't even check the size. Thanks
--- Richard Kleinhenz <woodnpen@...> wrote:
> Ah, a stopped slot... of course! I was thinkinghttp://photos.yahoo.com/bc/rkleinhenz/vwp?.dir=/pens/
> all the way through! I understand regrounds. Can
> you buy these cheap, or are these some of your own
> that you got ground?
> BTW, that was a 577k file you uploaded. I know this
> group has no storage problem (yet). I took the
> liberty to convert tit into a jpg (6k), but you have
> to delete the original bmp
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> On 3/31/2003 at 5:55 PM Barry Young wrote:
> >When an endmill becomes dull, it is way less
> >to get it sharpened (If you do not have sharpening
> >equipment) and these sharpened end mills are called
> >re-ground endmills. They are smaller in diameter
> >a nominal size endmill. If you use a .480 inch
> >diameter endmill to make a slot .500 wide, there
> >be a .020 flat spot at the ends of the slot.
> >I uploaded a little bitmap drawing to the files
> >section. It is in "The Basics" folder. It is called
> >"Flat Spot".
> Richard Kleinhenz
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- Hi Jim:
--- On Fri, 1/23/09, Jim E. <jim0000@...> wrote:
> From: Jim E. <jim0000@...>
> Subject: Re: [GrizHFMinimill] Re: square-ended slots
> To: GrizHFMinimill@yahoogroups.com
> Date: Friday, January 23, 2009, 9:04 AM
> Uh, where?
> Jim E.
> Lakewood, CA
> All Hail Rube Goldberg!
> Barry Young wrote:
> > Holy Moly! That is amazing! Watch the videos! I need
> one of those for my Hass lathe, and maybe the Haas mill too.
> > Barry Young
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