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About Newbeeee™

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    old but NOT grown up
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  1. Newbeeee™

    Link on

    Thanks Josh - JayKra already offered to hook me up too. Do you know how to get back into without a current sim? I have a username...
  2. Newbeeee™

    Link on

    I haven't been there ( since I got timed out from the sim after selling the business. Not using mastercam at the moment, I don't know a way back on there as I have no sim. Shame, as I do like to keep "up" with things...
  3. Newbeeee™

    ARC cutting speed ??

    Don't you talk with your 15 year old kids?
  4. Newbeeee™

    is there easy way to add a operation separator in

    You could find out for sure. Ask him if he can drill a hole...
  5. Newbeeee™

    is there easy way to add a operation separator in

    Woahhh Brian. Don't leave them around - he'll eat them...
  6. Newbeeee™

    is there easy way to add a operation separator in

    Well done Colin. I appreciate you
  7. Newbeeee™

    HELP WITH G05.1

    We did it (well, our reseller did ) by calling it on by operation type. It was on for everything except drilling, tapping, reaming etc. No MI's to click and it was a really sweet solution, as all our machines ran with just G05.1Q1 (no R value). And for anyone wondering, it was an average 10% cycle reduction for any prog doing this, irrespective if it was a steel or ally part.
  8. hi Newbeee

    can you get this ???

  9. Newbeeee™

    MJ thread

    Saywhat??? How does it do that with a properly form relief ground tool that isn't rubbing???
  10. Newbeeee™

    MJ thread

    You could surely buy the available MJ's and spin them down to get your extra reach? I'd still go with a test piece though...
  11. Newbeeee™

    HELP WITH G05.1

    Fanuc will tell you AI doesn't stand for that. But I'm sure all those years ago when they released it (mid 90's?) that's what they were calling it. Anyway, it's another set of parameters used for acc/dec and the algorithm looks ahead and processes the path so the machine "knows where it's going to go".
  12. Newbeeee™

    MJ thread

    Yes all should be well. For ref, the effective dia is also a tighter tolerance. What I would do, is buy the threadmill you want, and as soon as it's in your hand put it on the profile projector. I had some single pointers once (from Horn by memory) and they were 58degrees... Interestingly enough, for the British standard of threads (Metric), there is no tolerance on the flank angle. Yes, it is 60deg, but as long as the OD/Root/Effective all are within their tolerances, you're good to go. Bit of a slip in attention to detail within the spec if you ask me...
  13. No traiori (or whatever it's called) checks at installation before signing it over then?
  14. Newbeeee™

    mind blown

    Ron Is the QAT still the standard windows sized small icons? Or is there a fix now that has made them comfortably larger?

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