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How can we cut the strong Neodymium Magnetic Plate which is 20mm thick and length 150mm width 100mm . I have triad to cut it through CNC Cutting machine also other cutting tools

Look for Neodymium Magnets a href=https://bloomenterprises.co/product-category/magnets/Buy Magnets online/a cutting of neodymium magnets looks very hard guide me . Thanks in Advance

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Try YouTube. I've seen some CNC machining there. Also visit Swiss manufacturer original sites.

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You must use a level to determine the wheels are perpindicular straight up and down evenly. The wheels do have adjustment to loosen to angle the position correctly as all band saws do

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The K760 black cutter blade is called a Cut-n-Break blade. The manufacturer states that it has an improved stable core to increase its performance. I have a friend who recycles scrap metal and uses the Mastercraft 5" dual cutter. It cuts through metal like butter without any kickback.

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SOURCE: Can a USB pen-drive / flash be erased by strong magnetic field?

if you simply want to reuse flash drives or usb gig sticks why not simply reformat them
plug them into the computer , right click on them click on the properties tab and click on the format heading
remember that ij every flash drive or usb stick there is a small amount of memory ( like a bios) that controls the working of the unit so to hit it with a massive magnetic field will wipe out that bios as well rendering the unit as junk
when you get a usb stick or flash drive or the like , you will buy it as say a 4 gig unit but when you plug it in you will see that there is not 4 gig available for use but 3.9 gig
the .1 gig is the bit that I refer to as the bios of the unit

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I have a 2003 z71 subaran and the rear end went out.would a 2005 tahoe rear end work in a 2003


You need to check 2 measurements. The overall width of both rear ends, backing plate to backing plate. You also need the width between the spring mounting plates on both rear ends. If these measurements are the same you shouldn't have any problems. If they are not the same, keep looking. If the overall length is shorter, your tires will rub on the body. If it's longer, your tires will stick out and rub on the fender.
The mounting plates can be moved, if the measurement is different, but that involves cutting and welding and it would likely be cheaper to get a different rear end. Braking systems should be an easy swap if it is necessary but they should be the same. Hope this helps.

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Cannot use die cuts


No I don't think your machine is defective. Here are some "sandwich" ideas to help you. I know you asked just for Cuttlebug dies; I included other "sandwiches" that you can do with your Cuttlebug. If you need further assistance feel free to contact me.


Cardstock
Chipboard
Magnetic/ Metal Sheets & Thin cork (Media)

Cuttlebug Dies
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Die (cutting side up), Cardstock, Plate “B”
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Die (cutting side up), Chipboard, Plate “B”
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, die (cutting side up), Media, Plate “B”

Cuttlebug Embossing Folders
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Folder (with cardstock inside), Plate “B”
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Folder (with chipboard inside), Plate “B”
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Folder (with metal sheet inside), Plate “B”
Nestabilities
You will need Spellbinders Tan Embossing Mat to emboss in
Cuttlebug™ machine (or a plumbers gasket cut to size, or some use a mouse pad)
Cutting Sandwich - (Stack from bottom up)
1. A plate
2. C plate
3. Spellbinders Die (cutting side up) that means the side with the
ridges
4. paper or cardstock
5. B plate
6. Run through Cuttlebug™ machine.

Embossing Sandwich- (Stack from bottom up)
*Remove C Plate for embossing sandwich
1. Place A plate on bottom
2. Leave die face up on A plate with die cut still in the die.
3. Place one Spellbinders Tan Embossing Mat on top of the die.
4. Use 2 or 3 pieces of cardstock to shim.
*Cautionary Note: Using more than 3 pieces of cardstock to
shim Cuttlebug Embossing sandwich will result in B Plate
breakage. When using Spellbinders Edgeabilities card making
dies, shim with only 2 pieces of card stock.
5. Place two acrylic B plates on top of sandwich and run thru
Cuttlebug machine to emboss Spellbinders die cuts.
6. Turn die over and use like a stencil with inks and chalks for
added detail.

BigShot Embossing Folders
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Folder (with cardstock inside), Plate “B”, Cardstock shim

BigShot Large Dies
Plate “B”, Cardstock, Die (cutting side down), Plate “B”

Revolution Dies
Plate “A”, Plate “C”, Die, Cardstock, Plate “B”

Sizzlit Dies
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Die (cutting side up), Cardstock, Plate “B”
Note: Provocraft suggests using Plate” C” instead of the second Plate “B”, however, CB owners have cracked plates, so try with two “B” plates first.

Sizzix Original Dies & other Steel Rule Dies
Plate “B”, Cardstock, Die (cutting side down), Plate “B”
Plate “B”, Chipboard, Die (cutting side down), Plate “B”

Sizzix CutNFold Dies
Plate “A”, Die, Cardstock, Plate “B”, Chipboard shim
Also try:
Plate “B”, Cardstock, Die, Chipboard shim (maybe 6 layers)

Sizzix Embossing Folders aka Simple Impressions
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Folder (with cardstock inside), Plate “B”
Also try:
Plate “A”, Chipboard shims, Folder (with cardstock inside), Plate “B”

QuicKuts Dies (Regular)
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Die, Cardstock, Plate “C”
Plate “A”, Plate “C”, Die (cutting side up), Chipboard, Cardstock shim, Plate “B”

QuicKuts Dies (Grand)
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, Die, Cardstock, Plate “C”

Brass Embossing Stencils
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, , Brass stencil ,paper/cardstock,mouse pad (cut to size, rubber side down), Plate “B”
Sandwich may need to pass through several times based on cardstock thickness
Or use plumber’s black rubber plus red rubber gasket, instead of mouse, then add last plate B.

Big Impressions Texture Plates
Plate “A”, BI texture Plate, Cardstock, Silicone Rubber pad (from BISK), Impressions Pad (from BISK)
*BISK-Big Impressions Starter Kit

Fiskars Texture Plates
Plate “A”, Fiskars texture Plate, Cardstock, tan Wizard pad, black or tan Wizard pad, (possible Cardstock shim,) Plate “B”
Also try:
Plate “A”, Fiskars texture Plate, Cardstock (lightly misted with water), 2 layers Fun Foam, Chipboard Shim, Plate “C”
Also try:
Plate “A”, Fiskars texture Plate, Cardstock (right side towards TP), Rubber Plate (made from Plumber’s rubber gasket), Plate “C”

Plastic thin stencils
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, , Brass stencil ,paper/cardstock,mouse pad (cut to size, rubber side down), Plate “B”
Here too- may try
Plate “A”, Plate “B”, , plastic stencil, cardstock, black rubber, red rubber, plate B


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I want to see how Software programming for cutting of a new watch model on the CNC machine is used


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