Unresolved Machining And CADCAM Issues

New page added to the main Jon Banquer blog.
The Jon Banquer blog is currently the leading CAM-centric blog on the
web. It's read by industry leaders and features comments by a broad
based readership.
If you're not reading the Jon Banquer blog you can't handle the
truth! ;>)
Jon Banquer
San Diego, CA
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Have you ever considered using a current link to your blog in your signature? I keep getting sent to a blog not updated since Friday, July 11, 2008.
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Charlie Gary
I know you're a bright guy, Charlie. I'm sure you can figure it out on your own without any help from me.
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
New page added to the main Jon Banquer blog.
The Jon Banquer blog is currently the leading CAM-centric blog on the web. It's read by industry leaders and features comments by a broad based readership.
If you're not reading the Jon Banquer blog you can't handle the truth! ;>)
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
New page added to the main Jon Banquer blog.
The Jon Banquer blog is currently the leading CAM-centric blog on the web. It's read by industry leaders and features comments by a broad based readership.
If you're not reading the Jon Banquer blog you can't handle the truth! ;>)
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
Comments by four people is a broad base?
And lets not forget your Machining Tips section. Two WHOLE tips.....LOL....one a knock-off of someone else's prior art and the other says if screws stick use "anti-seize".
More tips from the J-Bonkers infamous 3-Ring Binder/s:
Tip:
If your machines automatic oilier gage always reads zero, ignore it (for years), it's not your job.
Tip:
At tool change if your tools "bang" releasing from the spindle and intermittently fall through the carrousel, check oil gage. If automatic oilier gage always reads zero, nothing new go ahead and ignore it some more, not your job you got better things to do.
Tip:
If you have problems with your MasterCAM Post Processor where you can't generate good reliable G-Code for your machines, ignore it because you have bigger problems.
Tom
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brewertr
New page added to the main Jon Banquer blog.
The Jon Banquer blog is currently the leading CAM-centric blog on the web. It's read by industry leaders and features comments by a broad based readership.
If you're not reading the Jon Banquer blog you can't handle the truth! ;>)
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
I can. I'm just stricken by the irony of the fact that you spend so much effort trying to make CAD/CAM more usable, yet people have to jump through hoops to get to your blog. ;-)
Later,
Charlie
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Charlie Gary
Perhaps one day I'll host my own blog and maybe my own machining and CADCAM forum.
Until I do have you ever considered the radical concept of bookmarking my blog? ;>)
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
Charlie,
Jon can't figure out how to change his signature or how to format a Spreadsheet. (Guess the person who use to do it for him is no longer available.)
Oh! and the next time when you use words like "irony" you might want to include the definition for Jon so he has a slim chance of understanding.
Tom
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brewertr
New page added to the main Jon Banquer blog.
The Jon Banquer blog is currently the leading CAM-centric blog on the web. It's read by industry leaders and features comments by a broad based readership.
If you're not reading the Jon Banquer blog you can't handle the truth! ;>)
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
HA!
Funniest comment you've made since the time you described your method of chaining in Mastercam.
"Derrrrrr, I break at da intersections and translate the Z depths, derrrrr, I can't get past da branch points....derrrrr."
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Joe788
New page added to the main Jon Banquer blog.
The Jon Banquer blog is currently the leading CAM-centric blog on the web. It's read by industry leaders and features comments by a broad based readership.
If you're not reading the Jon Banquer blog you can't handle the truth! ;>)
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
HA!
Funniest comment you've made since the time you described your method of chaining in Mastercam.
"Derrrrrr, I break at da intersections and translate da Z depths, derrrrr, I can't get past da branch points....derrrrr."
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Joe788
New page added to the main Jon Banquer blog.
The Jon Banquer blog is currently the leading CAM-centric blog on the web. It's read by industry leaders and features comments by a broad based readership.
If you're not reading the Jon Banquer blog you can't handle the truth! ;>)
Jon Banquer San Diego, CA
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jon_banquer
Sorry, but anything not motorcycle related doesn't get bookmarked by me these days. Only so many hours in a day..............
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Charlie Gary

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