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  • Machining some Servo Adapters on the Prototrak

    Whipped up a cam file and ran it on the Protrak to drill & tap mounting holes / pocket a nose relief / cut a shaft hole for new servos on one of my machines.



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    Ah, the joys of owning a larger CNC machine. I remember when the place I worked got a brand new Bridgeport CNC and saw it cut out a circle. I wanted one of those ever since.

    Bernd
    New York, Vermont & Northern Rwy. - Route of the Black Diamonds

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    • #3
      I want one!

      Philip

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      • #4
        You machinist must always have projects jumping around in your heads. I've got a retired school teacher cousin that has his own shop at home, and I see the stuff he turns out. Amazing what you guys can do. My cousin is the go to guy for cutting my locomotive frames for installing speakers and other spaces needed to be machined. I've never seem machines from bench size to ceiling tall machines. You are the true "Boy's and there Toys". Nice servo adapters turned out there Joe.


        Louis
        Pacific Northwest Logging in the East Coast

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