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New 73 parts fresh off the line

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28 minutes ago, Cheyenne Ranger, 48747L said:

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how long does it take to machine one, from start to finish?

 

any off-machine work before? (probably get it to the overall dimensions)

It takes 4 operations. So you have to adjust the jaws .  Actual run time is 15 minutes roughly.

 

 We just cut blocks roughly 1/2 an inch larger  than the final dimensions and mill it down

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1 hour ago, evil dogooder said:

It takes 4 operations. So you have to adjust the jaws .  Actual run time is 15 minutes roughly.

 

 We just cut blocks roughly 1/2 an inch larger  than the final dimensions and mill it down

Did you write the program for the CNC?

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57 minutes ago, Yul Lose said:

Did you write the program for the CNC?

Of course he did. It isn't that hard.

 

I had to look sideways at the first photo to figure out what I was looking at.

 

As a former CNC programmer/operator my hat is off to you.

 

Good luck with your venture.

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ED-PLZ give some serious thought to make 'screw-kits' to replace the screws on various guns.

Both blued and SS.

I would really like to see a 'kit' for my 1981 made Marlin 94.

The screws that Marlin makes today, looks like the came from the Braille Institute's night shift. :lol:

Respectfully,

OLG

 

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