[Solved] HASCO INCH Mold Bases are wrong.

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[Solved] HASCO INCH Mold Bases are wrong.

Unread post by Larry M. » Sat Sep 15, 2007 2:58 am

All, and I do mean all, of the Hasco Inch Library mold bases use the wrong Pin and bushings. Hasco always uses a stepped Leader Pin. So when they call a 1.250 Dia hole for the pin, that is actually a 1" Pin that has a 1.250" Dia Shoulder.

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Wrong Hasco Leader Pins

Unread post by Jonathan » Tue Sep 18, 2007 5:49 am

Yes, we have had to deal with this for the last 3 or 4 years!

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Yes

Unread post by RICHARD LALONDE » Mon Sep 24, 2007 12:58 pm

Yes I am agree I have the same probleme with some mold, we have also advise our reseller who forward the information to Missler and nothing was done. I suggest ALL of us who use the mold module made pressure on our reseller to past the information to Missler to fix that probleme. Because this is part of the library and that should be good. If the have mistake it's because some one didn't check the file when it was created. I suggest them all AMERICAN librairy (DME PCS HASCO Inch) will be fix here by an expert with TopSolid, not only for the mold base but also for all compoment who have a bug.

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just so you know...

Unread post by Bill » Tue Oct 02, 2007 9:17 pm

Just so you know, these libary problems have been reported and corrections will be worked on over the coming months. Just wanted to let you guys know that... :-)
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