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Default CNC mill owners, do you make any money from your machines

On 2010-07-21, Jim Wilkins wrote:
On Jul 21, 4:37?pm, Ignoramus9140
Well, here's what I am thinking about. I would develop a program to
make a replacement "puller clamp for XYZ banana straightener".
Outside of high potential liability situations, it seems to be a low
risk enterprise.

The parts that wear or break are usually highly stressed, heat-
treated, and may need custom tooling like spline cutters. And you need
to find a good one to copy.

Yes, so I would try to find something easy to make, would buy an
original and copy. This is my plan. If it does not work out, too
bad. The key is to be low cost to make in terms of my time.

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