Tech questions that don't fit above forums
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looking for info on a new c b n style head mill what would be the best bang for the buck
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The DCM/Sunnen stuff is very cool!!
Find a demo model or slightly used if possible.
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I have a DCM 3800 that I bought from DCM. Mine has a grinding head as well as a CBN cutter.
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T&S Machine. I have the TS3000. Very fast set up for heads and blocks. Has a 1/2 CBN puck. Will finish blocks and heads in the 4to 6 ra .
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jed wrote:T&S Machine. I have the TS3000. Very fast set up for heads and blocks. Has a 1/2 CBN puck. Will finish blocks and heads in the 4to 6 ra .
X2 I have the same one and it is very fast and accurate.