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42958

Re: Tooling plate

Thanks Tony, Unfortunately I am too busy to do my own tooling plate. Many years ago I made a 24” x 16” plate with ¼-20 tapped holes on 1” centers. What
Boman33
6:39 AM
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42957

Re: Tooling plate

Thanks Andreas, That is the company I was looking for and where I bought my previous one from. Bertho This is what I bought :
Boman33
6:35 AM
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42956

Re: Tooling plate

I made my own...a little tedious but do-able with the aid of a pillar drill. If you are careful, tapping with a tap held in the chuck of a cordless drill works
Tony Jeffree
3:51 AM
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42955

Re: Tooling plate

This is what I bought : www.hightechsystemsllc.com/pt_plate_18.html I believe Derek makes them to order, you may just ask and get exactly what you need. Just a
Andreas Grau
May 25
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42954

Tooling plate

Some years ago I bought a 4 x 14ö tooling plate with 10-32 tapped holes but on ╜ö centers, not the common 1ö. Unfortunately, I do not remember the
Boman33
May 25
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42953

Re: Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

In either case, the actual scale element in any of the cap type sensors is a PCB: http://home.comcast.net/~ajawam3/swarf/lathe_mods.html#readerheadmod
WAM
May 24
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42952

Re: Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

... For calipers or scales? Aluminum is easily bent or otherwise damaged. Steel is usually hardened and very difficult to nick or bend. Coefficient of
Paul J. Ste. Marie
May 24
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42951

Re: CNC Plasma table

Kyle, First, this assumes that you only want to use the Taig CNC controls, and none of the hardware to do what you want. I am in the process of doing something
Don Rogers
May 23
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42950

Re: Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

... From that page: "In Stock. Sold by Anytime Tools and Fulfilled by Amazon. Gift-wrap available." ... I don't know that I have a beef with Anytime Tools.
Paul J. Ste. Marie
May 23
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42949

Re: Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

... I'd be interested to understand why you write that. Should we read "cheap" = low quality or "cheap" = low price ? And why is steel so much better than
Andreas Grau
May 23
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42948

Re: Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

I recommend accuremote instead of the cheap Igaging scales due to accuremote being stainless steel and Igaging being aluminum. Amazon link below.
tomflint711
May 23
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42947

Re: Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

iGaging also sells direct on Amazon,
wildhorsesoftware
May 23
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42946

CNC Plasma table

Hi all.. Long time since I've posted! Anybody know of any boostrap plans to build a cnc plasma only table with a taig cnc mill? Preferably something in the 4'
Kyle Setchel
May 22
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42945

Re: Mounting scales on Micro Lathe II

... FWIW, the actual iGaging scales are sold by Anytime Tools, which I've had issues with in the past. To be clear, the bits were fulfilled by Amazon and
Paul J. Ste. Marie
May 22
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42944

panel cut outs for ethernet smoothsteper

I'm trying to find a DXF, or other format drawing for the panel cut outs for the Ethernet jack and the four leds on a smooth stepper. Thank you Don Rogers
campgems
May 21
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