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The problem starts when managers visit trade shows. They see parts cut in plastic, brass, maybe 12L14 at most, with chips flying everywhere and a minute later a "part" is pulled off the vise or chuck, then they go back to their shops and want the same throughput from their equipment, or want to buy parts at silly low prices from their vendors "because it only takes a couple minutes per part"…yeah
Thats exactly how my family thinks what i do
How long will it take to machine my small-run complex part?
Imagine the amount of time you'd think it would take if I was dragging-ass, double that, and add 30%.
That's not actually how it works. You added metal filings to unnecessarily blow it off. How they ACTUALLY work is your part comes out flawless with 000000000000 filings. In fact, they come out with sanded edges. Such fake news….
Ppphht…my cnc machine pushes it's own start button. Time for an upgrade.
This is the world Gene Haas wants
Dude, just… do the thing with the thing.. It's not that hard
Me in Fusion360: sweating intensifies
I mean it kind of is. You just have to press the right series of buttons, put it in, and start.
I used to load CNC programs that were printed on a roll of paper with holes punched out. I'm not even that old (46)!
CNCs stopped in the 80s for far too long, same with most robots.
Wait a second…. they don't work like this? 😱
Dmu 80 – Best.
Is that not how they work?
Wow…CnC machines have progressed really far while I was gone…
As someone who worked on those machines. Yep. That's how they work. You measure. You Programm. You set up the machine. Machine works. Done.
Amateur everyone knows that's a reverse 7 axis lathe
3D printing is simpler to understand, at least
Did that machine just literally flex at us?
so how does it workand while we're on that subject, wtf is a cnc machine
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