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I'll let you know in a year when graphics cards come back in stock.
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Apparently, I got the impulse even worse when I saw all my dream items in my cart available. Everyone's telling me I shouldn't have been able to pull this off. I think I'll get another m.2 and I still need 144hz 4k
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Better racing and more passing than SX.

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They need a huge whoop section to separate the riders!
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SX can continue its break I'm good.


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It's been exciting watching the great starts the Ducs get and then having the battles to the front from the Yams and Zooks.
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jlv wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2019 3:00 am Hey Havoc, can you do this?

Now you can do it at home!
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wasn't a huge motogp fan until last year but the racing this year so far has been amazing.

makes SX feel really dull ngl :shock:
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jlv wrote: Sun Apr 11, 2021 1:42 amNow you can do it at home!
When they get a tabletop mill/turn, then I'd be down. Was thinking about a home shop the other day. I can't do that since I don't wear suspenders.
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TeamHavocRacing wrote: Mon Apr 12, 2021 3:20 am When they get a tabletop mill/turn, then I'd be down. Was thinking about a home shop the other day. I can't do that since I don't wear suspenders.
Is more than 3 axis something you need very often?
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jlv wrote: Tue Apr 13, 2021 12:49 amIs more than 3 axis something you need very often?
Z is always main spindle axis. It goes, X, Y, Z. Expressed that way, separated by commas. Rotary axes are also expressed in that order and are A, B, C for your 6 degrees of freedom. You also express incremental moves in each axis with U,V,W and I, J, K for circular interpolation, but you already know that!
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TeamHavocRacing wrote: Tue Apr 13, 2021 4:58 am
jlv wrote: Tue Apr 13, 2021 12:49 amIs more than 3 axis something you need very often?
Z is always main spindle axis. It goes, X, Y, Z. Expressed that way, separated by commas. Rotary axes are also expressed in that order and are A, B, C for your 6 degrees of freedom. You also express incremental moves in each axis with U,V,W and I, J, K for circular interpolation, but you already know that!
Sure but say I have an obsolete, orphaned motorcycle like a Greeves or an Alta and I want to make some unobtainable part. Is a 3 axis router going to do the job in most cases? Is it really that important to be able to rotate the part automatically?
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jlv wrote: Wed Apr 14, 2021 12:30 amSure but say I have an obsolete, orphaned motorcycle like a Greeves or an Alta and I want to make some unobtainable part.
A router is best suited to achieve basic shapes with high-tolerance dimensions. Usually a vacuum table where you don't cut all the way through the flat sheet stock. The mill would hit the tight stuff or start with more blocky stock shapes. The lathe assures roundness you would need for pistons, bosses, pivots and press-fit pins and shafts. 5-axis UMC's (Universal Machining Centers) are all the go. You hit 5 of the 6 sides in your first clamping! The rotary axes are now so good, they can spin fast enough to double as a "lathe spindle".
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Hey August. We got a Shake Shack before Whataburger. In-n-Out is eyeing a location to stop traffic cuz of idiots.
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