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Aukai

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The best brand, and easiest installation for a 3 axis DRO for a G0755 mill?
 

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What is the best automobile? Everyone has his own opinion.

I have done about a half dozen DRO installations. By far the brand I prefer to install is DRO Pro. It's not the cheapest, but it's definitely the easiest to install. Unless you can find someone else to do the job B-)

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I have to agree with Randy. I've got them on mill, surface grinder and lathe.
 

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The ones with magnetic strips are the easiest to cut to length and make a neat install.
But most all of them work very well indeed once installed correctly.
 
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