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yachtsubaru
12:44 AM
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Build 4.2.0.2872 of Mach4 released 01 February 2016

Build 4.2.0.2872 contains many upgrades that are significant for users creating custom screen sets and for developers in general. The new build can be
morerust
Feb 1
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Yeas, there will be but it will have to wait till the weekend. Cheers, Peter On 2016-02-01 17:59, Stephen Muscato elko_dude@... [mach1mach2cnc]
homannp
Feb 1
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Sorry, I thought there was more to the article. From: "Peter Homann groups@... [mach1mach2cnc]" To:
Stephen Muscato
Feb 1
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Hi Steve, Yes, the "Next" is the next article and is the way the navigation works in the Content Management System. Not really under my control. Cheers, Peter
Peter Homann
Feb 1
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Re: Lathe tool setter

The touch off sensor is not intended to cater for the spring. As I see it it is an independent issue. The amount of spring in a cut depends on a number of
Peter Homann
Feb 1
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Peter,The "Next" link on the article takes me to the "Selective Soldering Robot" page. Steve From: "Peter Homann groups@... [mach1mach2cnc]"
Stephen Muscato
Feb 1
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Re: Lathe tool setter

The problem with touch off sensors is that cannot replicate the spring in the tool and the drive. Touch off on say a 20mm bar, set zero and feed in 1mm. In
stevenson_engineers
Feb 1
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Hi John, I can do better than that. I wrote it up here (with pictures)
Peter Homann
Jan 31
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Re: Lathe tool setter

... Not sure how that's going to help? You do as Pete says, if each tool has a holder you measure them all relative to your reference tool and mark the holders
Steve Blackmore
Jan 31
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Hi Peter, Are you going to post some pictures of your touch off sensor? John
John Dammeyer
Jan 30
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Re: Cyber-NC and Mach 3

Rick Where are you located? Jonathan Thacher
Jonathan C. Thacher
Jan 30
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Hi Dan, If you are concerned about setting up the tool table then the run-out of the chuck should not be a factor (within reason) as all the tool-offsets are
Peter Homann
Jan 30
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Re: Lathe tool setter

Thanks Steve but that is not what I am doing. I have measured the center height. That is not the problem. I am working on a ATC and want a reliable way of
danmauch
Jan 30
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Re: Lathe tool setter

... Dan - quick and easy way to find tool centre height on a lathe, trap a 6inch rule lightly between the point of the tool and the diameter of the stock. If
Steve Blackmore
Jan 30
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