Find great deals for Futaba Pulscale FM15VD FM Linear Encoder. Shop with confidence on eBay!. Was looking thru old brochures this morning and came across a number of Futaba Pulscale brochures and it occured to me back in the late 80’s. We immediately began to evaluate the backlog of Futaba parts and service requests, completing what could be done with available parts.
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Login to Your Account. Results 1 to 19 of Was looking thru old brochures this morning and came across a number of Futaba Pulscale brochures and it occured to me back in the late 80’s and most of the 90’s they were the most “modern” of all the DRO manufacturers They also produced IMHO the greatest machine tool “babe” poster of all time! The place I used to work at bought a bunch of those for their sinker edm’s. I was looking for one for myself recently and could not find one for sale anywhere so I ended up with the Sino.
You are the coolest guy ever!!! They still “mention” the pulscale on their website but thats about it. Seems they are more into their remote controls now. I remember a post that said you shouldn’t suck up to the moderator, so I won’t do it!!!
Is the poster really that good? The site is wonderful and you are the bestest gay moderator in the whole wide world!
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Gotta give it to you. That is one sexy lathe!!!! Thanks for the poster Don. Originally Posted by Carl Darnell. That is yet another example of why loose clothing like aprons is a bad idea around lathes Thanks D I had an autographed copy of that one for years. They were giving them away at westec about I think.
Last I saw it was hanging in the machine shop toolroom at the railroad museum in Perris Ca. Don- you are correct about the posters- when I saw yours, I was suprised- we have a different one still hanging in the shop- so that’s proof they made at least two different ones.
Probably the sister of the gal in your version!
We could start a gallery of “Pulsescale Girls”- a new category for PM! I wonder of their RC toy control business may have become so large with the explosion of RC popularity over the last 20 or so years that it just wasn’t worthwhile for them to remain in any sort of industrial product business.
If the volume’s there, recreational products most always have good margins. Originally Posted by Milacron. Originally Posted by Monkey. Could you send me the picture of the Futaba “babe” poster you reference in this post?
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Join Date Jul Location N. Originally Posted by Procrastinator. Not entirely gone nor forgotten: Someone among those may know the backstory. Might be a totally different “Futaba”, but if DRO’s were not their only field of endeavour in electronics, chasing higher volume goods that earned money more reliably may have taken them into new product lines.
Futaba Pulscale FM15VD FM Linear Encoder
For a while, anyway. Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing did something similar to their advantage. Manuals -mostly Radio Control: Site is under maintenance As said – might not be the pulscxle firm.
Not that futabx folk who were mature adults then that are not already retired, anyway. The “US Office”, then and now may have simply been a “Compradore”. AKA “Buyer”, although the brilliant merchants and managers who served Portugal and Spain in the days of canvas-powered treasure fleets were to become “noble houses” capable of far, far more than that. Guess I shall just have to wait a bit longer, then. Originally Posted by Ziggy2. Futaba Pulscale and Futaba RC equipment is one and the same as they came out with both products around the same time.
The RC radios were very expensive and very desired. Excellent quality, design, and precision. There were also servos and receivers sold for each extra plane you built since the radio itself was so expensive. Not hard to see why they exited the machine market. CNC was coming on strong making new scale sales a diminishing market. Th RC Radio market was just the opposite. People were building planes, crashing planes, and breaking parts.
They could probably sell 50 radio controls for each Pulscale they sold. Futaba Pulscale was associated in some way with Sokkisha, a Japanese maker of survey instruments.
Sokkisha has since re-branded itself Sokkia, and merged with another Japanese maker of survey instruments, Tokyo Optical Products Topcon. Originally Posted by John Garner.
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