G Caputo

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About G Caputo

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  1. I'll be there. Can't wait!
  2. The parameter you are looking for should be MP7480 I believe. MP7480.x is probably a 3 or 4, whereas it needs to be a 1 or 2. I am not 100 percent on this, but I do believe it is called "fixed and variable pocket coding". Heidenhain should be able to point you in the right direction.
  3. We use these from Emuge.
  4. No quote on all but 1 who our buyer had already contacted and they want to go halfway, spin the part 180 and do the remaining half. Glad I didn't quote it!
  5. Trucking thses parts to California would pretty much make this impossible. We barely have enough to cover costs when they thought they were going to be drilled locally. Time is a factor too. I think we have about 3 weeks to machine all 3 parts complete and that includes the deep hole part of it. I believe there is close to 100 hours of machine time per part also being done here. I also don't think the halfway thru is the way we want to go as the plates all butt together and a 6.00" pin goes thru all 3 parts to bolt them together. I was kinda hoping to get them drilled first, and then set up to the drilled holes here when machining the parts to ensure proper alignment. Thanks for the leads gentlemen. All info is passed on to the our buyer as I see it appear here.
  6. So far no luck, any others?
  7. Umm yeah. Nope! The thought didn't even cross his mind.
  8. It wasn't me, it was our buyer. He has tried everywhere within 7 hrs east of us with no luck. I am passing on any info as I get it. Still no luck.
  9. Passed the info on so far. I did get a no so far from the deep hole folks in Ohio.
  10. Anyone know of any shops that can do this? Material is a 4340 forging. Our purchaser/buyer cannot find someone that will touch this or has the capabilities to machine it. Found one place that can do it, but do not have the crane capabilities to lift it on to there machine. The rough stock is about 45,000 lbs and is roughly 90" x 105" x 16". I've got 3 parts to do with 2 holes in each part. Any help is greatly appreciated!
  11. Same here.
  12. If I understand you correctly, AB tools may have what you are looking for.
  13. Just got this today from solidbox . opened a fresh install of x4 and saw it finish crunching in 1:33. Works for me!
  14. Time 13m 38s Acer One Netbook (Refurbished Tigerdirect $199) Mcam X4 Intel Atom 270 processor 1.6Ghz 1G Ram 120G HD Mobile Intel 945 Express Graphics (running 20" external display so I could see entire screen)
  15. g huns, check your email.

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