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    HOW MANY HITS DO YOU TAKE TO QUALIFY YOUR PROBES?
    1
    5
    28.57%
    20
    6-10
    25.71%
    18
    11-15
    31.43%
    22
    16-20
    4.29%
    3
    20+
    10.00%
    7
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    Southern Man don't need him around anyhow!

  • #2
    Did some one get a raise? Hey George, New Suit? Looooooking Gooooood
    sigpicSummer Time. Gotta Love it!

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    • #3
      BIG MONEY

      Originally posted by Paul Sarrach
      Did some one get a raise? Hey George, New Suit? Looooooking Gooooood
      NAAAAW-JUST A REFLECTION OF US HIGH DOLLAR PROFESSIONAL MEASURERS
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      Southern Man don't need him around anyhow!

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      • #4
        You know I would do this job for alot less, then most jobs. But I dont have to. I actually smile when I see my check. I can not believe they pay me what the do, For something I love to do. I pay 266 a week in child support, and still pay all my bills, and still have plenty of fun money. In fact at the end of this school year (june) I will stop paying on my daughter Raven, thats 177 a week alone.
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        • #5
          Everyone should notice the high amount of points I take. Keep in mind that 25 is the minimum amount for the SP600 to be properly qualified.
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          James Mannes

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          • #6
            13 as received, programmed for from B&S.
            PC-DMIS V3.5 MR1. CAD++
            Global Image 574.
            Windows XP
            ASQ-CMI. - 1986
            Journeyman machinist, August 1970.

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            • #7
              eight hits 4 around equator 3, and then one on top. Our tipqual program does 30 od angles/tips on each arm. Its fully automatic, and takes around 30 minutes. We qualify once a day or everyother shift.
              David Monroe
              Is there any way to stop the infernal beeping!?

              3.5 MR2
              Dual Arm Vento

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              • #8
                5 is good 4 me!!!
                9 if I want to drag the job out
                I am a Mushroom................Kept in the dark and fed on sh*t!!!!!

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                • #9
                  5

                  I use 5. Don't even know why?! Just always have. I suppose.

                  Good poll.

                  Kev
                  RFS Means Really Fussy Stuff

                  When all you have is a hammer - everything looks like a nail....
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                  • #10
                    Only five hits, i get bored if it's anymore.

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                    • #11
                      I use 5. I was told the least amount of tolerance you are allowed, the more points around the sphere yo need to take
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                      • #12
                        NINE >>>>

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                        • #13
                          25 for me With my SP600, and 13 on my TP200. I have alot of close tolerances. True positions of .005 or less.
                          Time for the Trolls to leave.

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                          • #14
                            PROBE QUALIFICATION

                            THIS IS AN INTERESTING POLL. I ALSO USE 5 HITS AS SOME OF OUR CYLINDRICAL PARTS HAVE SO MANY PROBE ROTATIONS. SOME OF OUR PROGRAMS TAKE 30 TO 40 MINUTES TO CALIBRATE USING ONLY 5 HITS. MOST OF OUR PARTS HAVE .010 TRUE-POSITION ON 90% OF THE HOLE LOCATIONS ALTHOUGH WE HAVE HAD SOME WITH .000 TRUE-POSITION @ MMC. I BELIEVE IN BNS TRAINING THE "RECOMMENDED" # OF HITS WERE 13?
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                            Southern Man don't need him around anyhow!

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                            • #15
                              Five is just fine for me. With all the angles I use it could take me all day.

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