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  • hole size tolerances



    I'm wondering what the general tolerance is for hole sizes.

    I received an order today in which a few 0.125 inch were used, intended for press-fit dowel pins. The dowel pins are loose instead and I found that a #30 drill (nominally 0.128") passes easily through those holes.


    It would help me to know what precision to expect.


    I can just use slip-fit loctite for now, but in the future should I specify any special tolerance in the order notes (or elsewhere?), or have them drilled smaller and ream precision-diameter holes myself? I have low volumes so that wouldn't really be a problem for me either.



    Ed Heitzman


    Posted By: Ed Heitzman on Jul 26, 2010 08:47PM Category: Production

  • What is the smallest this laser can go?

    Curious to know what the tolerances are on this service. Thanks.

    Posted By: chris dilkie on Jul 17, 2010 07:09AM Category: Production

  • Laser engraving

    Any chance you will be adding the ability to Laser Image/Engrave an anodized panel vs using an engraving tool and infill? This should be more economical and a lower cost for the customer while stillreatining the excellant machining you provide.

    Posted By: Jeff Wilson on Jul 10, 2010 06:01PM Category: Production

  • color printing panel

    Any chance you will be adding the ability for Color Printing (natural aluminum) the Front Panel similar to your competitors?

    Posted By: Jeff Wilson on Jul 10, 2010 05:58PM Category: Production

  • Ball in Motion Deflected or Stopped

    Ball in Motion Deflected or Stopped

    If your ball hits you, your partner, your caddie, or your equipment you are penalized one stroke and you must play your ball as it lies. In match play, if your ball hits your opponent, his caddie, or his equipment, there is no penalty; you may play the ball as it lies or replay the shot. In stroke play, if your ball hits a fellow competitor, caddie, his equipment or anything else there is no penalty and the ball is played as it lies. reviews If your ball hits another ball and moves it, you must play your ball as it lies. Ishiner The owner of the other ball must replace it. If your ball is on the green when you play and the ball that your ball hits is also on the green, you are penalized two strokes in stroke play. Otherwise, there is no penalty


    Posted By: xue edison on Jul 06, 2010 11:03AM Category: Production

  • The Putting Green

    The Putting Green

    If any part of your ball is touching the green, it is on the green. When your ball is on the green, you may brush away leaves and other loose impediments, but otherwise do not touch your line of putt. You may repair ball marks or old hole plugs, but do not repair marks made by spikes or shoes before playing. You may not test the surface of the green by rolling a ball or scraping the surface. Always mark your ball by putting a small coin or other marker behind it when you want to pick it up to clean it or get out of another player's way. Ishiner If your ball overhangs the edge of the hole you can wait ten seconds to see if it drops in. If it falls in after 10 seconds, reviews add a penalty stroke to your score.


    Posted By: xue edison on Jul 06, 2010 11:02AM Category: Production

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