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General Mach Discussion / Re: conventional vs. climb
« on: April 06, 2010, 05:07:18 PM »
Let me reword my problem:
I need help with conventional vs climb thread milling.

I previously made my first thread milling and it worked:
Internal, conventional

I am making another piece that needs to have the same threads.
However, piece I am threading is rotated 180 from the first.

Can I use internal convential to make the same threads? OR do I need to switch to internal climb?

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General Mach Discussion / conventional vs. climb
« on: April 06, 2010, 03:49:56 PM »
Problem:
I am using the thread wizard on mach3 and, I not sure which to use. I am making internal threads. It is easier for me to make threads from bottom to top. Should I use climb to thread? Or should I thread from the with conventional from the top down, even though the external treads I will threading onto it will be coming in from the top down?

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I need to make thread and I only have one thread mill. Can I use this thread mill with mach3's wizard on thread milling?

Any suggestions on what to use for thread milling. I have not done any before. I don't have a lathe. The mill I do have specs:

MSC #: 57569410
   
Scientific Cutting Tools
Qty:    [Add item to list]
Order Qty of 1 = (1) Piece
Your Price: $118.45 ea
In stock: 6
Mfr: Scientific Cutting Tools
Mfr #: TMLR370-20ELA
Description:    Solid Carbide Long Reach Thread Mills Thread Size: 1/2-20 Length of Cut: 1.200 In. Cutter Diameter: 0.370 In. Shank Dia Frac: 3/8 Overall Length: 3-1/2 Number of Flutes: 3
Thread Size:    1/2-20
Length of Cut (Decimal Inch):    1.2000"
Cutter Diameter (Decimal Inch):    .3700"
Shank Dia Frac:    3/8
Overall Length (Inch):    3-1/2
Number of Flutes:    3
Threads per Inch:    20UN
Coating:    TiAlN
Big Book Page #:    387
MSDS Sheet:    Get MSDS for this item
 

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FAQs / Re: Limit to # of lines
« on: April 05, 2010, 03:32:25 AM »
Demo. :( just saw that... strange I thought it came with all the software necessary. We purchased the premium software package from Tormach.

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General Mach Discussion / Re: MACH3 - Limit N####
« on: April 05, 2010, 02:17:02 AM »
Correct I do have the demo version. Not sure where the licence file is at. We bout a pcnc1100 from tormach payed the full premium for the full software suite. Strange, will contact them.

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FAQs / Limit to # of lines
« on: April 05, 2010, 01:29:05 AM »
Hello I have code that is 10K plus lines. Mach3 only loads about 4800 at a time. I have to change g-code when it arrives at the 4800th line. (erase all the previous lines and reload the code.

This is horrible.
Please help.


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General Mach Discussion / MACH3 - Limit N####
« on: April 05, 2010, 01:26:09 AM »
Two questions.
1. How do I change the way the exported g-code is numbered? For example if I want to change the current way ( N1-9999 )... to (N1-*********XX), five digits instead of four.
2. When I upload the code onto mach3 it only sees the first N1-4790 lines of code. MOST of my codes require more than 10,000 lines of code. Therfore I need to be able to upload atleast that much.

Thanks!

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