- Apr 9, 2014
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I hope the best for the master
Well, it turns out that I've lost 90% of the vision in my right eye after the surgery. I thought cataract surgery was pretty much routine, but evidently it isn't always. The doctor agrees something is wrong but she isn't yet sure what went wrong. The autorefractor that tested the lens in my eye seems to likes it even less than I do, but it just gives up testing with no hint about why. I go back next week for a consultation but without knowing what the problem is, I'm not sure what the next step will be.Hi Terry, So sorry you are struggling after your eye surgery. I wish you a speedy recovery. Many thanks for your reply.
Peter,very much enjoy watching your impeccable work.
my own experience with the type of drill you used for your coolant passages
is that they are too flexible (the chip grooves are ground too deep), so I use
extra long drills with normally ground grooves and lots of pecking to clear the
chips. Also I shimmed the part in the vise so that a dial-indicator in the quill
showed that the part was perfectly parallel to the quill before starting (which
went spotting drill, stub length drill, jobber length drill, extra long drill, then
flip the part over and do it all over again from the other end, also I always fill the
hole with tapping fluid while drilling, just in case !, especially if doing the drilling
after having already invested a lot of time machining the part ).