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  1. Neophyte

    CNC Mill

    I ran into same problem, but specifically sought out a machine that could work on single phase (with slight modification). It derated it from 15HP to 10HP, but for most applications, that’s fine. A Bridgeport can be converted to single phase (change out motor or go with a rotary converter)...
  2. Neophyte

    CNC Mill

    That‘s probably your best option…..I couldn’t imagine what it would cost if we didn’t fix/repair/do our own maintenance. I would love to pull into Jiffy Lube and see what they’d charge for an oil/filter change on a NHC250.
  3. Neophyte

    CNC Mill

    Typically a .dxf will do…..but I think if you took an iPic of your Fusion 360 drawing (with dimensions) and posted in here, you’d get a bunch of ideas on how to produce what you‘re looking for. Unless you’re looking for ”close” tolerance parts (small quantity), CNC with set up time, fixtures...
  4. Neophyte

    CNC Mill

    Fusion likely has an Anillam post processor when you go to create the code. I found a ton of information on the Fusion forums as to post processing. After creating my tool file (I own Maritool holders, made in USA, Fusion has pre set tool files for most of what they offer)......then using...
  5. Neophyte

    CNC Mill

    Very true! If you can draw in autocad, know your set up, it’s amazing what it automates.
  6. Neophyte

    CNC Mill

    Just happened to notice this on our site! Very cool. I’m a hobbyist. I have a Fadal VMC 15, use Fusion 360 for code, make parts for friends and neighbors (farmers). Helped pay my way through school on a Bridgeport and Leblond lathe (learned programming in late 80’s, early 90’s).
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