OEM/ODM Factory Aluminum 6061-t6 cnc milling machine part to Guatemala Manufacturers
1. Feature:cnc part,cnc turning parts,cnc milling parts,cnc router parts, knob,cnc machining part 2.machine:CNC lathe,CNC milling, stamping machine,drilling machine,grinding machines. 3. Finish: color anodized,polishing, zinc plating, nickel plating, chrome plating, powder coating,etc. 4. Packing: Standard export carton or depending on customer’s requirement 5. MOQ: 500pcs and more(depending on the design) 6. Price: reasonable and competitive price as per your drawing Product ...
OEM/ODM Factory Aluminum 6061-t6 cnc milling machine part to Guatemala Manufacturers Detail:
1. Feature:cnc part,cnc turning parts,cnc milling parts,cnc router parts, knob,cnc machining part
2.machine:CNC lathe,CNC milling, stamping machine,drilling machine,grinding machines.
3. Finish: color anodized,polishing, zinc plating, nickel plating, chrome plating, powder coating,etc.
4. Packing: Standard export carton or depending on customer’s requirement
5. MOQ: 500pcs and more(depending on the design)
6. Price: reasonable and competitive price as per your drawing
|Product Name||aluminum 6061-t6 cnc milling part|
|material we work on||Aluminum Alloy 5052 /6061/ 6063 / 2017 / 7075 / etcBrass Alloy: 3602 / 2604 / H59 / H62 / etc.Stainless Steel Alloy: 303 / 304 / 316 / 412 / etc.Steel Alloy: Carbon Steel / Die Steel / etc.Other Special Materials: Lucite / Nylon / Bakelite / etc.|
|process||Forging/ milling /polishing /Painting /anodizing /brushing /casting /assembling/inspecting|
|Quality Assurance||ISO9001: 2008 and ISO/TS16949: 2009 and GMC of TUV ( specially for auto industy) certification.|
|finish||zinc Plated, chrome plated, powder coating, hot-dip galvanized, electrophoresis or others;|
|surface treatment||Polishing, zinc plating, nickel plating or chrome plating, phos plating etc|
|part size||Diameter from 0.5mm to 150mm;|
|tolerance||Can be kept in +/-0.01mm|
|Machining Equipment||Machining Center / CNC Lathes / Grinding Machines / Milling Machines / Lathes / Wire-cuts / Laser Cuts / CNC Shearing Machines / CNC Bending Machines / etc.|
|main products||Precision Machined Parts / CNC Machined Parts /Machinery Spare Parts /Auto Parts / Brass Fittings;Oil Plugs /Oil Level Indicators /Gear Boxes/Speed Reducers ;Kinds of Valves / Bib cocks /Taps /Pipe Fittings/ Tee Fittings / Vent Plugs|
(2) classification as product raw material (Aluminum Alloy, Stainless Steel, brass, Steel, etc. )
(3) classification as application of product
(4) classification as surface treatm aluminum machining part ent ( Chrom plated, zincplated, nickleplated, anodizing, polishing, hot-DIP galvanized, electrophoresis, oxidation, coating, etc )
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Crisis was an original band that I was in in the early 90’s. This was one of the songs that I brought to the band. It started out as a two-handed tapping thing but turned into a song once I quickly figured out that I had no interest in being a soloist of any sort. It just didn’t fit my personality type. I think my friend Harry (who I did the collaboration videos with) pitched in on the chord progression during the chorus section and the guitar player for another group I brought the song to added the (heavier/rockier) guitar solo section. That guitar player’s name is John Alec (Robison) who went on to, first, produce, and then, play bass for, the Pakistani band, Junoon. I thought the song really gelled when Mark Parisi put his lyrics and melody to it and Eric put his own mark on it in Crisis. I think it’s cool that so many people had a hand in it. I also believe that it was Eric’s idea to hold out the background vocals at the end of the song. While it’s probably the least “progressive” song we did, it’s one of my favorites…especially the last chorus and ride out as you can probably tell by my enthusiastic sing along. I knew Lynn was out of the house for the morning and all the cats headed for the hills.
A couple other fun-facts about the song -
- I recorded all the Crisis material with my old Roadstar II RB850. I was so comfortable with it that I was more or less chained to it. Anything else I played felt like work, it’s the bass I passed on a Wal for. Anyway, I was craving a different sound and, after finishing recording my tracks for this collection, wound up having Eric put in an active set of EMG Jazz pick-ups and a pre-amp. The control cavity completely and utterly stuffed with wires and batteries. Still not happy with the sound, I added another set of EMG’s, sawing off the mounting tabs and taping them together. It sounded incredibly clean and sterile and ruined the unique sound of the bass. When Eric went to record his guitar tracks, my bass track got messed up, so I had to re-do with the newly modified bass. If you listen closely on the original recording, you can hear the difference.
- When I redid my parts, I tuned a bit sharp, so poor Eric had to match his tuning to my bass.
- I’m singing the high part of the harmonies.
- When we recorded the background vocals, I only knew how to sing using an exaggerated vibrato. I was so used to singing with it, I found that I couldn’t sing without it. Eric sang it with vibrato in order to accommodate my lack of flexibility, but I remember it being a bit of a struggle.
I was wondering if something would happen that would inspire me to post this and something did. I thought it would be a great vehicle to introduce someone else’s video. A few weeks ago I received a message from a young bass player on YouTube asking if it was alright for him to do a bass cover of a Crisis song. “Of course it is.”, I said. And was very flattered that he’d ask. In a couple of ways he actually reminds me a bit of my young self. I’ve been subscribed to him for a while and really like his sound and the way he plays. He’s able to coax a tone out of a Precision that I never could. I think he did a fantastic job on the cover. His name is Ian Fitzpatrick and here it is –
Crisis was the my favorite musical project and, while I’ve been terrible at cataloging most of the things I’ve done musically, I made sure to hang on to the Crisis stuff. Both collections of material are on this Soundcloud page and is available for free download if you hear anything you’d like to hold on to.
I’m playing a Guild Starfire bass.
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