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    CNMG toolholder styles

    I should have said 3/32" wrench.
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    CNMG toolholder styles

    So I was surprised. For several days after posting this I didn't see any reply's, so I figured thread was dead. One thing I will bring up. DCLNL is the best system I use, quicker indexes and less explaining for operators. One torx wrench. Instead of the 1/8" and 9/32" allen keys needed for a...
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    CNMG toolholder styles

    Hello all, long time viewer, very infrequent poster. I'm posting a thread to ask for opinions on a common CNMG OD holder. I use left hand typically for heavy roughing anything on my CNC lathes. Right or left hand, the last letter would designate the hand of the holder. I've attached pics of...
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    YG1 Spade drill insert question

    65 SFM seems slow to me, but that is D2. But I imagine it’s in the annealed condition. I run 5/8-3/4 deep drills in 4140 Prehardened at 150SFM but .004 per rev. The 4140 is around 28-30 HrC Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Lathe Live Tool Rebuild Grease Quantity

    Don’t know if this is of much help. I have several styles of driven holders. The Hardinge holders actually have grease zerks on them to grease the bearings, and what appears to be a low pressure seal at the opening of the spindle where the old grease pushes out. And a riveted tag on the holders...
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    servo jitter

    At a previous shop location, I had a similar problem. It turned out one of the tap connections from a large pole mounted transformer had corroded on one phase. The connection must have been pretty bad for a while, and once the shop was pulling some amps a phase would go really low. It was worse...
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    Bale Spike Hydraulics Problems.

    Same problem, but with a hydraulic tilt gooseneck trailer. It was the solenoid that powers the motor. Motor doesn’t spin in reverse, it’s simply powering a hydraulic pump. Reversing the direction of the cylinder happens from changing the flow through two solenoid valves, shown in your pic Sent...
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    Hard Bar Ends in HR 1045 ???

    1045 has a higher carbon content then even 4140. Not by much. Nonetheless, 1045 doesn’t have all the other alloying elements that make 4140 a much better alloy steel. I grew up as a kid running CNC lathes, and I have personally ran hundreds of thousands of spindles for agricultural equipment...
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    Worm Gear Programming

    In my Marvel saw, it has a developing worm. Certainly a multi start. Bronze lower gear was roasted by no attention, and no gear lube. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Worm Gear Programming

    Multi start would be more correct Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Worm Gear Programming

    So the lead does also does wrap around the pitch diameter essentially Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Worm Gear Programming

    I had my head wrapped around the concept until that [emoji16]. So can a double enveloping worm be manufactured using a lathe without a C Axis? Technically? In my opinion yes, but not easily. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Worm Gear Programming

    I noticed that in my second post. Most double-enveloping worms I’ve seen are also multi-lead. Is that generally correct? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Worm Gear Programming

    After closer look at your picture, it looks like a single start worm gear shaft. Also, maybe not a globoid. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Worm Gear Programming

    I’ll be honest, I’m going to follow this thread because this is something I’ve ran across and I am equally interested. For the OP, here is what I know. That appears to be a globoid worm shaft. There is a radius that “wraps” around the female part of the worm gear. The area where the “threads”...
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    Auger overload

    If you can, use a clamp on ammeter to check the amp draw on the phases as well. Then check what the overload is set to Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Mori- Seiki SL-2B Z-axis limit switch -- where is it?

    I have a SL35 and a SL45. Newer machines, but as far as I know the Z limit switch is on the back part of the casting of the cross slide. I have to remove a sheet metal guard, and the switch is pretty much in plain sight on mine. I’ve had a limit switch from a Kitamura VMC that also stuck the...
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    Help. FANUC OM poor finish in curves

    Can you call the distributor and ask if they have the original parameters? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    pipe taper tap thread depth?

    That z depth won’t work with a NPT tap Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    pipe taper tap thread depth?

    That is similar to what my Solidworks spits out on a drawing. Basically Solidworks says NPT has to be that depth. I use that z value when threadmilling NPT. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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