Behind the scenes........pics.
#41
Hi Russ, looks like a nice set up

Am I mistaken, or did I see that you are turning the coolant off for the finishing cut ?
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(04-03-2017, 05:21 PM)awemawson Wrote: Hi Russ, looks like a nice set up

Am I mistaken, or did I see that you are turning the coolant off for the finishing cut ?

Yes Andrew. We switch from coolant to an air blast to aid in chip evacuation from the deep holes to help prevent recutting.

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Russ
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(04-03-2017, 04:31 PM)wrustle Wrote: ...Having run and programmed nothing but Haas machines for the last 13 years, there's a significant learning curve we're faced with, and I'm not liking it one bit! LOL...

So the question that has to be asked is why not get another Haas?
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#44
Very cool to see a lot of behind the scene pics! Keep up the good work guys.
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Some behind the scenes pics from the shop, June, 2017.

Everyone is working hard making parts.

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That moment when you get noticed taking pictures!

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Some Retaining Seals we are making for the Air Force.  There are 1,715 pcs here with another 2,240 pcs due next month.  Blanks are 4.5" dia. with .5" wall cut 1" lg. 6061.

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Here's the big boss! With the shop so busy even she's getting into the action and helping out.

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It's startin to look like you need a bigger shop!
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Who's the new guy?
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(06-12-2017, 07:26 AM)Mayhem Wrote: Who's the new guy?

That's Russ, he lost some weight. Big Grin

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