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Old 12-09-2002, 11:00 AM
 
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Old 12-09-2002, 11:55 AM
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Re: Nesika Bay actions........

You can also place them in a fixture where a certain torque is applied to the circumference. The small amount of material between the thread root and the outside diameter will also have flexing when tapping and certainly remington does not do this. Production methods are crude I'm sure, but they are easy enough fix's for it.
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Old 12-09-2002, 02:40 PM
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Hey S1
You wouldnt happen to have a spare set of blueprints laying around for an action would you?
I have a wire edm, 5 axis lathe and four axis mill.
I can do the same work Nesika does but do not have prints to work from. I have reversed engineered the Remington 700 LA and have drawn it on Autocad as a solid and will import it into MasterCAM and hopefully with few changes it will be close to factory specs.
I do have the prints for the GunMetal designs Big50, have yet to work on it. I also have the prints for the 1911 frame.
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Old 12-09-2002, 11:40 PM
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Yes. We have a Mitsubishi FX30 with the AE power supply. The AE power supply switches between AC and DC giving you a less HAZ area.
It has a 30 X 20 table with the optional 17.9 Z axis, automatic wire threader, we can use .008, .010 and .012 thou wire.
We have the optional 32 pound spool capacity too.
This machine was top of the line when ordered about three years ago, the only difference between it and the new Mits machine that took its place is a 12 to 15 second wire thread operation whereas ours takes a bit longer.
It will also cut up to a 27.5 degree angle, with the angle cutting diamond dies we can do 45 degrees.
Ive cut carbide in it, Al, Steel (all kinds), and Ti.
Ti cuts like butter a lot like Al.
It will produce a 10 to 12 micro finish, with the optional .003 thou wire setup which we do not have it will produce surface finishes down to 3 and 4 microfinish.
We have DNC software, MasterCAM, Esprit Wire, FeatureCAM, and I use AutoCAD 2000i.
The MasterCAM is the complete package (wire, mill, lathe, and mill 3d) with solid modeling.

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Old 12-11-2002, 12:43 AM
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Re: Nesika Bay actions........

We heat treat everything we stick in it before final machining. Have never run into any problems.
Whatever RC hardness we want is what we take it to (we heat treat everything ourselfs).
Wire EDM, especially ours changes the material very little during machining, our wire edm has a resoulution of +/- .00002 and a repeatability of +/-.00006 . We are no longer splitting hairs, more like atoms lol.
It is set up right now to hold +/- .0002, we do not have climate controlled facilities yet and once upgraded to that will have Mits guys come back and set it up to hold millionths. It is not the machines fault, fluctuations in tempreatures cause material deviations greater than +/- .0002 so holding millionths is impossible until we get climate controlled envirornment.
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