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Default Can I be “black balled”? - 05-04-2019, 10:23 AM

Hello,

I’m still new to the N54 world and n54tech.com was the first forum ever joining. I asked some noob questions trying to get some issues sorted out. Mostly not related to the JB4, but they happened the same time I installed the jb4. I questioned the replies I got so I could try to understand how the jb4 works and learn, not to be a nuisance.

Seems like my logs are ignored (except for Dave, thank you!)

The name I choose, Toolmaker335xi. Is because I am a Tool and Die Maker by trade, and I have a 335xi. Not trying to be a troll or be a tool or whatever.

I’m here to get my car fast and reliable, learn about the N54, and contribute whatever I can. ( I do Electrical discharge machining, and can do some difficult machining operations. Things that are impossible with traditional machining. I’m Not interested in profit.)

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Default 05-05-2019, 08:51 AM

When I read your name the first time, I figured tool and die maker. My pops did that for over 20 years. This site is mainly focused on Jb4 users. Its support for the Jb4. So say, MHD logs and such are basically ignored. Side note, do you machine aluminum parts ? Body / Housing for a gear is what i need. I have a machinist, but looking for someone else at the moment.
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Default 05-24-2019, 06:08 PM

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When I read your name the first time, I figured tool and die maker. My pops did that for over 20 years. This site is mainly focused on Jb4 users. Its support for the Jb4. So say, MHD logs and such are basically ignored. Side note, do you machine aluminum parts ? Body / Housing for a gear is what i need. I have a machinist, but looking for someone else at the moment.
Yes I can machine aluminum, but I mainly do Electrical Discharge Edm. Which wouldn’t be practical for soft materials. I may be able do it on a manual mill we have retro fitted to CNC that can only do 2axis contouring, depending on what kind of features need to be machined, tolerance, and surface finish is required.

If it needs 3axis or more, I’d have to get approval from management for time and tooling. If you need something Wire EDM’d, that’s no problem! But I’m not looking to profit, just help out with what I can.

I’m still new to the forum, so not sure if you could message me a print?
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Default 06-03-2019, 10:39 AM

Dave is the one who is responsible for looking at forum logs and being the primary support on the N54/N55 subforum. So if he is replying sounds like you're being helped?


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Default 06-04-2019, 05:17 AM

Yes. Dave has reviewed and gave feedback on logs l’ve posted.

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