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Where is the "smiley" of an airplane buzzing over my head, damn it!
I know I can comprehend this stuff, anyone care to explain all this mumbo jumbo?
Where is Phil? (DIMARCO21)
I knew there was enough brain power on here to steer me right. THANKS GUYS
So, making it right.
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Last edited by wagspe208; 05-31-2012 at 05:18 PM.
I had not thought of that. F me.
Well, I got home late, but indicated the 45 to 45*. (well actually over a distance of 2.250" it was .0004" off). I didn't use the pilot. I went off the x axis edge to get close, then went from there.
The x edge then was .0013 ish off. Makes sense. The distance was about 6" from end to end, so 3 x .0013... close.
The y axis was about .0035 difference. SO, this edge must be the one that is an issue.
So, my plan is to get the 45* slot on the money. (or an average of both sides of the slot). THEN I will double the x axis of the plate. I feel .0005 is close enough. Probably more than close enough.. I will then indicate from the hole center out to the x axis of the plate, cut it, measure it, marrk it, and its done.
I will then go to the y axis, cut it, go to same distance on DRO on mill and call it good.
THEN I will vow to never touch this thing again. ROFL!
I will then send it to the prison, hae them make another one for me 1" thick and compare the 2. Throw this one away. Be pissed I spent all this time. Go drink beer.
So, what is reasonable?
I think .001 over the 6" plate is max allowable. Should be easy enough to obtain better. Deck to deck .0005 seems like it should be pretty easy to machine too.
Am I to picky? To loose?
If God is your co-pilot, change seats!
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