What tool is going to cost $1200?
and why are paying $170 for a HSS endmill??????? 5-10 minutes looking online would have found you a carbide endmill for less.
:) :eek: :ack2::rolleyes:🤣🤣 What could possibly go wrong!!??
Fuck me that's the best laugh I'm going to have all week...
apples to oranges
The ONLY time a 4 jaw gets on any of my lathes is when chambering rifle barrels, other then that I have no use for them. Been years since I've put either a square or rectangular part in a 4-jaw chuck.
Unlike you I don't have the luxury of time to indicate in a round part in a...
Seattle Gear Works fired all their Union employees, who had to re-apply at non-union Machinists inc for employment.
Not sure what or if there were repercusions during or after the sale.
Had friends who worked at MI, generally thought it was an ok place to work.
Say the drawing specified 15-5 but not the heat treat, would you come here and ask whether it should be Hxxx?
Yes best course of action. Try and avoid words like lousy when asking for clarification
Of course, not something that's likely to burst open in a heavy landing, what's...
I'd have the table pulled at least 12"+ away from the wall to get some more distance. There's much to much head movement required there for my poor neck to tolerate.
Power bill running those 3 monitors and computer can't be trivial either.
I run (2)...
In reality total disaster
Nobody needs monitors that big (imho), and to see from edge to edge requires you to turn your head +/-90 degrees. A day doing that and your necks going to be sore,
My assumption it's just some yahoo playing around and putting 3 large monitors on a table and taking a...
The only tight tolerance aerospace work I've seen that required very tight tolerances has been servo valve components.
Airframe components I've seen +/-.010 +/-.030 tolerances regularly. Everybody seems to think there some high tolerance mystique involved in 'aerospace machining', there isn't.