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6895

Re: Aluminum Modular plates in the clearance bin at Tosa Tool!

Either plate will work, the 36" one will cover the whole table and then some. the 24" plate will cover the 18 x 9 work area. They are a full 1" thick, and the
tosa_tool
Oct 23
#6895
 
6894

Re: Aluminum Modular plates in the clearance bin at Tosa Tool!

Which one... 24” or 36”, work better with a Tormach 1100? I rarely cut steel... mainly aluminum and Delrin... would these aluminum plate hold up? What
Kenny Wu
Oct 23
#6894
 
6893

Re: Aluminum Modular plates in the clearance bin at Tosa Tool!

well good thing they are worth a lot more ground to thickness, precision machined and anodized then! I know I am not making anything at these prices!
tosa_tool
Oct 22
#6893
 
6892

Re: Aluminum Modular plates in the clearance bin at Tosa Tool!

The prices are reasonable but your comment that “you can probably recycle them and make money” is questionable. Consider that a 36x12x1 piece of aluminum
Ken Strauss
Oct 22
#6892
 
6891

Re: Aluminum Modular plates in the clearance bin at Tosa Tool!

http://www.tosatool.com/shop/modular-tooling-plates/tt1224al-modular-tooling-plate/
tosa_tool
Oct 22
#6891
 
6890

Aluminum Modular plates in the clearance bin at Tosa Tool!

Our Aluminum Modular Series is being sold out BELOW cost, new products coming in and these need to GO!
tosa_tool
Oct 22
#6890
 
6889

Re: Donate to John Saunders cause...

No bad taste here, John makes great instructional videos, has been doing it for many years now. If you watch them and enjoy, contribute. I have been making
tosa_tool
Oct 19
#6889
 
6888

Re: Donate to John Saunders cause...

I don't have have your or johns plates so i cant speak about either. Both look like very nice products. I actually don't have any problems with you saying
s2jesse
Oct 18
#6888
 
6887

Re: Donate to John Saunders cause...

Seriously s@jessie, John Saunders has done the Makers community an awesome service with his videos. I think if a person watches them and learns and enjoys them
tosa_tool
Oct 17
#6887
 
6886

Re: Donate to John Saunders cause...

I believe that Tosa Tools is the owner of the Yahoo Tormach group and, if true, it's not surprising the he would advertise his products here. The Tormach
mikehenryil
Oct 17
#6886
 
6885

Re: Donate to John Saunders cause...

Nice try. I think its great that you advertise your products why not. I've said it before your products look nice also but I don't know who your trying to fool
s2jesse
Oct 16
#6885
 
6884

Re: Small letter engraving

I’ve only used Sprutcam and Spaceclaim to do engraving. I’ve done a mix of stainless and aluminum. I’ve switched from Sprutcam to Fusion360 but I can
Scott A Stephens
Oct 15
#6884
 
6883

Re: Donate to John Saunders cause...

1. Good to see something stirs up this group, 2. When I post the link to Patreon that is all I am doing. We all do enjoy the guys videos and its kind of like
tosa_tool
Oct 15
#6883
 
6882

Re: Small letter engraving

I used to do engraving on al and steel on an 1100 with shop-made pyramid engraving bits made from broken 1/8" carbide shanks. Slow but worked well enough and
Roy S
Oct 15
#6882
 
6881

Re: Small letter engraving

I use 90 degree split points for 1018 and 4130. I run about 12000 rpm with the Kress motor at 16 ipm. I do production runs, so it may run from 200 to 2000
Don Breneman
Oct 15
#6881
 
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