Re: Survey: Examples of Obsolete Technology Being Used in Modern Machine Shops.
- From: gk <glkd@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2008 19:28:16 -0700
On Aug 16, 5:12 am, BottleBob <bottl...@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:And the number one tipoff would be any shop that would hire Jon Banquer.To All:
The title says it all. Do you have any knowledge of examples of a
machine shop in modern times using processes, procedures, tooling, etc.
that might be considered "outdated" or "obsolete" technology?
Any shop using Gibbscam to create geometry with.
Any shop using BobCRAP V22 for anything.
Any shop using OneCNC XR2 or XR3 that uses multiple fixture offsets.
Any shop using a CADCAM system that doesn’t support user named and
defined coordinate systems.
Any shop using SolidWorks to try and do any modifications to a non-
native imported solid or who has to modify someone else's design.
Any shop using a vertical machining center and who does multiple
setups for parts that get held in a vise and not using something like
Any shop that buys cheap Chinese Kurt vise knock-offs.
Any shop who uses edge finders that aren't lapped. Our shop just
purchased 6 lapped one from Hermann Schmidt.
Any shop not reading the Jon Banquer blog. ;>)
San Diego, CA
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