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Wow how cool. I imagine that will find a whole array of new applications.
 

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Wouldn't this be tough on the mill head due to balance?

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Man those japs are smart!
Not that smart!

This has been done since the early seventy's (to my knowlege) right here in the good ole USA.

My brother took me to a machine shop in Connecticut where they were doing machine work for NASA, drilling square holes, among other operations.

Sorry guys, it's old hat,,,TLW
 

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Not even close to new technology. Just leaves a tiny radius in the corners. Not really that much loading on the machine. More of a light vibration. Never heard of machine damage caused from it. This stuff is saved for high dollar machining. Even if it did damage the machine they would put it into the cost of the parts and just buy another machine when needed.
 

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been around in woodworking since the late 19th century, done by a hand drill n leather belt though
 
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