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    The hard part about estimating operating cost...

    The hard part about estimating operating cost accurately would be that its totally dependent on the number of gates open. If the DC is moving very little air (one gate) it will eat less power, all...
  2. Stellar video Edwin. That was pretty awesome to...

    Stellar video Edwin. That was pretty awesome to watch all the way around, the responsible harvesting/planting job creation, then there the tooling, super cool Fadal milling center and a Mirka Deros...
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    Dog boning is super common, I use it all the time...

    Dog boning is super common, I use it all the time on fixtures and work holding. My guess was the OP likely wanted some crisp pocket as he mentioned I think this is some sort base or some component of...
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    Floating in water is just about as bad as the...

    Floating in water is just about as bad as the dishwaser especially for end grain. Your 3rd photo shows tangential movement clearly. The two segments orientation have tangential shrinkage with the...
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    Your sign work is always impressive. Is all that...

    Your sign work is always impressive. Is all that in the shield/star painted in by hand?
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    I have been told by a couple reps that bring some...

    I have been told by a couple reps that bring some material in from EU, some partially, some made here with components brought in, etc.. that its a compounding effect. Labor from shut downs, same...
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    I think the issue with pattern cutting the pocket...

    I think the issue with pattern cutting the pocket from the original part here is that its so shallow. The bearing and the socket head cap screw may likely come close to not making it on the pocket...
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    Alternatively if you have the mating part to that...

    Alternatively if you have the mating part to that cavity, use a template bearing set (different size bearings) to accurately template the mating part and generate a template from that.
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    The pilot bearing will most definitely rub on the...

    The pilot bearing will most definitely rub on the surface of the part being templated. It would require some adjusting of your template after the fact but you could most definitely cleanly tape off...
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    Why not just lay a thin piece of hardboard...

    Why not just lay a thin piece of hardboard clamped to the steel part, and use a piloted laminate trimmer (no bearing) drill a hole, route out the shape of the cavity, the steel part will template an...
  11. Thin ply no chance. Rockshield or columbia...

    Thin ply no chance. Rockshield or columbia purebond. Get off the baltic bich thin ply horse crap. Everyone is calling anything birch baltic birch. Unless you need the exposed finished edge look of...
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    21's and 22's pretty much across the board are...

    21's and 22's pretty much across the board are sunk due to cabinet production. I think I read somewhere or was told by someone that they have an order on backorder and were informed they were in the...
  13. You could probably go to McMaster and get a 10mm...

    You could probably go to McMaster and get a 10mm ID x 1/2" OD (or 3/8" ID) headless bushing to take up the slop if you feel the need. Honestly once you torque the 10mm bolts down the base isnt going...
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    Hafele, Baer, WWxpress... = Grass as well.. zip...

    Hafele, Baer, WWxpress... = Grass as well.. zip nada nil none
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    Hafele is out of pretty much everything with...

    Hafele is out of pretty much everything with anticipated dates of oct/nov/dec depending on the item. Baer is the same, WWxpress same... if you run 3/4" drawer material there are more options but I...
  16. Agreed ........

    Agreed ........
  17. No issue for me Gary, your use of the term stroke...

    No issue for me Gary, your use of the term stroke is completely fine and in-line with me. Im well aware of your southern definition too. They both work. All good with me.
  18. I cant say that I know personally of any...

    I cant say that I know personally of any preferential treatment based on anyone's cost of entry though I cant imagine a company pulling in a machine that may pull in 10 more wouldnt get some "stroke"...
  19. I dont in any way shape or form disagree that any...

    I dont in any way shape or form disagree that any type of free for life mentality, when you diverge from an operation heavily leveraged on profit, is never going to be a good thing.

    I personally...
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    I run all 9 hole pads on 5" and 6 hole on 6"...

    I run all 9 hole pads on 5" and 6 hole on 6" sanders (two ceros, two air vantage, a 6" PC right angle, bosch dual mode right angle, and a small cheapy dewalt 5" RO). All on cyclone vac's with good...
  21. Being in business, to me, this is one of the...

    Being in business, to me, this is one of the difficult aspects of courting the newcomers to a market. You'll be hard pressed to get a call back from the big boys at this level (Onsurud, Biesse, et...
  22. Understood Eugene, its a bummer you picked a bad...

    Understood Eugene, its a bummer you picked a bad machine. Cost is a hard thing to swallow but you cant blame the MFR for delivering what was ordered.
  23. A spindle upgrade is far from cheap but are you...

    A spindle upgrade is far from cheap but are you telling me the frame/gantry on a Camaster shipped with a 1kW spindle is incapable of performing with a spindle 2x, 3x, the power with conservative...
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    I have two DC 40's in the shop and if I could...

    I have two DC 40's in the shop and if I could find a reason not to (other than price) Id probably have gone with the DC70's just for the ability to feed shorter parts which we do relatively often....
  25. Adreed. But a rack of 10" spread clamps make it...

    Adreed. But a rack of 10" spread clamps make it pretty obvious you need a 30", 40" 50" 60"
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