Just completed a refin on this '06 Gibson Flying V I scored in a local Pawn Shop for $250.
It was a pretty beat up natural finished beast with good "bones". I think the color turned out nicely.
Added a...See more set of Bare Knuckle Mule pick-ups so now its ready for the dance...
- Steve Braykovich · Jan 20, 2014
How long does it take your mill to machine a (insert restoration type here)?
This seems to be an area that the digital dental labs and milling centers are most concerned with and can likely be a key...
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There are many interrelated factors that affect a DMC’s (Dental Milling Center) reliability, speed and accuracy, the three most important of which include the spindle drive system, machine control system and axis drive...
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President/Owner of Axsys Incorporated established in 1994.
Involved in providing CAD/CAM and CNC machine solution since 1978.
Held positions as NC/CNC Repair Technician, Application Engineer and Sales Representative for a Michigan based machine tool distributor.
Held CNC CAD/CAM/CMM Manager position for Michigan based Tool & Die Shop.
Joined large International CAD/CAM Software company as Application Engineer.
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Held positions in custom software development, manager professional services, sales representative, Great Lakes Area Sales Manager, National Sales Manager, International Sales Manager.
Prior to starting Axsys held position as Director of Product, Sales and Marketing.
LMT Communications, Inc. published an article in LMT LAB DAY Insider 2015 about Steve BraykovichApril 14 at 2:39 pm
LMT LAB DAY is always the place for new U.S. product launches and this year didn’t disappoint: attendees got the first look at new lab and intraoral scanners, 3D printers and milling units; digital fabrication materials, such as zirconia for anterior use and PEEK; and solutions for removable prostheses,...
Have you ever wondered what kind of benefit a 3D printer could offer your lab--no matter the size? This Wednesday, Mark C. Jackson, RDT, of Precision Ceramics and Jeff Youngerman, CDT, of Stratasys 3D...See more printing, is offering a FREE webinar can help answer that question.
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Some nice pic's of some very cool spaces and equipment. I love it!
I'm a guitar player myself and play lead guitar in a Classic Rock and Blues Band, just to let of a little steam you know...
I'm lucky...See more enough to have three spaces to relax, unwind and make some noise.
Our office has some unfinished space so we set the band up there and this is were we practice. This has the lion's share of my amplifiers, effects, mixer, pa, etc.
The "study" at home has been turned into a music room which holds most of my guitar collection and my home office in the basement shares time as a studio where I do some recording and editing of our bands gigs and practices.
Fun stuff, I really enjoy it.
How long does it take your mill to machine a (insert restoration type here)? This seems to be an area that the digital dental labs and milling centers are most concerned with and can likely be a key criterion in their purchase of a milling machine. Of course machine cycle time is important but...
In 2005, there were approximately 11,250 labs in the U.S.; today, there are about 8,100 (including in-house labs). There’s been the most dramatic attrition in Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Texas and Mississippi which are down by an average of 25%.
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