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Happy New Beer! Machining, welding, lame jokes in the shop.

Gentlemen, welcome back to the shop. Haven't seen you since last year. Feels like 2023. you believe it still feels like 2019 to me.

Like hourglass through the fingers. tell some off-color jokes. Maybe build a three or three. This? it's the perfect time.

The New Year's the perfect time to build Christmas gifts What you promised to your baby doll In the previous we were at one of them fancy designer stores and saw this big Skookum towel rack. Hundred dollars for a towel rack? We'll build it with the money we save baby Sugar honey. Darla I make that half as ugly for you and twice as price. Something about shiny little shark teeth gnawing their way through a stock a cold Roll Just worms the cockles of your heart.

foreign. Now this. I'm gonna go Shaw like so in five. So why fives? Because five is one better than four when you're doing Decor you don't want even number stuff.

It looks funny either three or five or seven. Yeah, now this is going to get welded on the back side and then here with the you know the thing for the thing. foreign. Now we got the guaranteed viral thumbnail.

We'll go upstairs, flash up the confuser, see what kind of updates Confusion 360 needs before it'll Chooch fool me twice. You ain't gonna fool me again Stoke up the Earth so it ain't Stone Dead Well, confusion does its Donner Party Routine How you doing an airfightful? Oh I Got a friend and a little rank? Those things bucket traps hot Computer Love compliments of Autodesk Never matters how good the stimulation is, it's never as good as real life. I Told my baby doll once my love was like a computer. Either one or zero on or off says she to me.

I Much prefer a hard drive to a three and a half inch floppy. Here's what we're gonna do here. We're going to do the stimulation. You know it's a tough road to hold when your wife is smarter than you is, but like plowing a field a more practice, the more better we're going to knock those holes in there and that will index for our weldments.

Take off all that stock. We don't know where it's going to be so we got to be real careful. We'll just take it all as if it was one piece and we could machine this out of one piece only it's expensive for his crap and I don't have the one piece. Also, this would bend like a banana once you take all that material off and you'd have to re-bend it.

Now we will have to re-bend it because this is a cart or inch and we're using 3 8 material, but not nearly as bad as if we were taking all this full. Seven Eight, Three Fractions Alfalfa is doing well. Fancy grass, not so much rye grass Maybe I Think the fancy grass prefers better drainage at the old Horse Power. Warming up here a little long ago proved to me that it is but a tool like your mind.

You can set it aside. This thing is a tool. There's no magic in there. It doesn't do any thinking for itself, and if you tell it to drill through the center of the universe, it will gladly do so to prove its intransited unsentience.

These guys, however, are magic green babies as many of you have learned. I just recently. they're good for the soul, make you happy. It's the strangest thing.

They keep you nice in the historical sense of the word. ignorant and dumb. That's right, that's what nice means. I'm just checking the tools we're going to use is the 19 millimeter U-drill with inserts.

make sure it's the right length and the confuser knows where it's at and all that kind of stuff. if and you're looking to get into. CNC Machining The easiest way to do it is to go to school. You pay somebody and they set up a whole framework for you.

You know, a little Walled Garden where you're safe in that. Walled Garden You just pay the money like you do your rent and they'll tell you when to go eat and when to when to sit and study and win the machine. You know, what projects and what kind of all that kind of thing. That's the easiest way to do it.

Hardest way is probably learning on your own. But seeing as how I'm not very compliant anymore and I get more and more recalcitrant I did it as a hobby to learn. and yeah, I still got lots to learn. Something to be said for credentialism you go through.

Of course you get a certificate. A certificate means something means you pass the course so there's some trust there inherent. But also when you're an autodidact, what you can do is just make things because ultimately if you're Machining that's what you're going to be doing is making stuff so you can get your foot in the door and show some cool. Also, I mean the internet? Come on, You learn anything on YouTube Well, not anything, but you can learn a lot of regular stuff on YouTube Other good thing about certification? it's easier to get hired on because there's some built-in bullshittery that is, you can put up your compliant enough to put up with the system.

You're gonna have bad professors. You're gonna have assignments. oh that's not gonna work. Ah, skip signal.

Found the probe hit something while it was moving in. The Zed when it should have hit something while it was moving in, the X So it faulted out and the problem with the Haas control is that it only allows you to move the Z up and away and then you got to reset the whole control. Something funny going on there. It won't just I just will not let you run after this.

The only way is uh, the old Windows XP blue Screen a death routine Alt Control Delete So we go handle Jog Zed and see if we can jog away. It is not. Skip signal found. Handle Jog is that.

Jog away so we can go up but we can't go down I Ought to hit reset and just stopped it. However, I'm not that smart hello ass rule the first of Machining and CNC Machining In particular. if you ain't sure it's gonna work, it ain't gonna work. So we put it in graphic mode here and then we run the program and it's gonna see if we got all our tools.

and we also watch The Zed height. Make sure it's not going to run through the surface of the Moon that's it. Drill some holes. That's a simple program.

So I just stopped it here and we'll look at that Z height. quarter inch to go and then we look at the work piece that looks about right. but just in case we'll slow everything right down. Feed rate and Rapids occurs to me we have absolutely no requirement for a pilot with those U-drills However, this machine doesn't know any better.

Apparently, neither do I Was just going to start off the through spindle coolant. we're gonna go to five percent. We're gonna bring the feed rate right down. Foreign.

Pretty much what I see too now. It should be real squealy in the center where the cantilever is where it's not supported. We'll just run the feedlate slower. Let's axial load harder on the inserts, but I hear they make them in factories.

they're ready. Now we're going to affix the one by one blocks with some weldment, but there's something funny going on there. Simple part: I cocked it up on the one end, 880 on the other end, a hundred and yeah shifted over I Don't know if I probed it wrong or if I programmed it wrong I don't know boss, it's like night shift probe the X wrong. Wait, what? what up yo? I must have my model wrong.

Yeah, she's already mad at me. it's past supper, but I'ma have another poke at this Lamara, it's your boy. We're back in the shop for some proper Bumble It occurs to me we could somehow figure out a way to get these clamping devices closer together. We wouldn't have this hogged out section here.

Got to be a way to do that. Uh, also well. third, tries the charm as much as we like to blame them. pixie ones and zeros Wranglers over at Autodesk It's clear the fault lies that night shift.

one side's shorter than the other. Ah, problem, that's why dog made white out I Don't know I want to go positive quarter inch bloop Bob's your auntie? Apologize for the cataracts a little late, but Shields down we're gonna come in past the rye grass and face the nubbins off with a shell Mill And then we'll also take a bunch of material off with the shell Mill Because why not at the 1 8 End Mill in there just cleaning it up and then we'll be able to turn it 90 degrees, re-probe it, and cut the slots. The beauty about having green babies. You can't go anywhere while the machine's running so you know you're scrolling, so it's not like you're gonna catch a crash, but you might be able to put a fire out if and it happens.

But the green babies are fantastic! I've perfected the artist getting pour slowly. This is a get rich quick scheme. stress free Plants What you give to your friends with the brown thumbs. Not to be lacist or anything, but you know it's stressful trying to take care of a green baby.

so if it comes pre-dead it's the ultimate gift for because I care and I also know you so well. Uh, it's tight, but according to my math I got 20 thou in the difference. Something wrong. They're supposed to take more material off that 3 8 plate.

it's supposed to be but quarter inch I have a little step. they got something wrong in the modeling I just got to go down a quarter inch so we're gonna run those last two, the tool 81 which is a half inch and Mill and then the 1 8th End Mill in the collet. We'll just run those and then We'll be able to flip her over. All right, we got her lined up here.

Now we're just going to go in there with a half inch End Mill and Slot those out foreign keep your dick in a vice.

By AvvE

16 thoughts on “Rusty scrap to shiny gift!”
  1. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andy Emerson says:

    High frequency cutting, low frequency grinding. And I drive HGVs.

  2. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Andy Emerson says:

    Happy new year AVE. 🍻

  3. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars E2qNX8btraQ3zRD6J7fc says:

    I turned a piece of steel in a lathe and even knurled it. That was my 1st centerpunch. That's my CV.

  4. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars TheBoatPirate says:

    wheres the clarsical musicians clankin away?

  5. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars James Faulkner says:

    "Fool me twice, can't fool me again." George W. Bush

  6. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars disco becky says:

    rly cool to come back after a long while and find you so into cnc

  7. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Daniel Hurford says:

    Why you turn the button beeps off. I like my crisp haas beeps in the morning

  8. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars glassdave says:

    five . . .ah ah ahhhh . . . .lol (tell me your age without telling me your age)

  9. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Michael Rogers says:

    When you going to take apart some flex tools I'm telling you that watch your show

  10. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Kevin Kast says:

    What ever happened to lil Screwy?

  11. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars W K says:

    I feel like you make less and less sense as the years go on. You're gonna have to start putting English subtitles on your videos.

  12. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dániel Varga says:

    I need a 15 minute video of every "tappy tap tap", "focus you fuk", "keep your dik in a vice", "keep your stick in the ice" and "gentle man" that has been said by this man. 🤣🤣I love the humor, the style. This is gold.

    edit: I forgot the "fuk it bucket" 🤣🤣

  13. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Matthew Melson says:

    Use a Tesla screen cover to have the coolant run off like rainX. Tip my tool dist. told me.

  14. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Dante Ice says:

    For your bucket trap you can add a bit more water then they will die faster, works for squirrels too. Antifreeze also helps in winter and helps to drown the pests faster and it make more humane. Without the antifreeze they can swim for hours, that or they starve to death. I know its a fking mouse but still

  15. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Jason Protaszczak says:

    Fievel's got a friend 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

  16. Avataaar/Circle Created with python_avatars Stevie Stevie says:

    Love the Home Grown

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