Recommended RPM 12000 18000 Gradual Plunge Feed 12mminute updown Max Cut

Recommended rpm 12000 18000 gradual plunge feed

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Recommended RPM : 12,000-18,000 Gradual Plunge Feed : 12m/minute (up/down) Max. Cut Progression : 8-10mm solid wood, 15mm composites
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1-800-544-8436 V-GROOVE AND ANGLE CUTS For mitre folds, insert V-Groove Bits are available as standards for 45, 60 and 90 degree (included angle) cuts. Other angles can be produced as custom tools. The insert knives are double sided and provide two life cycles each. Insert V-Groove bits are also a great solution for lettering, engraving and decorative cuts as well as beveling the inside edges of shaker doors and square corner cut-outs.
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1-800-544-8436 The following slides show some examples of tooling options for specific materials. A solid carbide tool is often selected for most cutting challenges on a CNC machine. However, this is definitely not always the most cost effective solution. As you will see in the following frames, there are many options to choose from. Therefore, we recommend to look for the most economical option for the job at hand that doesn’t compromise end result. Carbide insert tools or diamond tools offer a lower cost alternative. These options are often overlooked by short-sighted decisions based on initial cost which can be deceptive. In the following slides, we present some examples for slotting, grooving, edging, drilling and profiling in a variety of materials, such as -
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1-800-544-8436 Machining Multiplex, Veneered Composite Panels 1. Insert Bit (22025) 6. PCD Jointing Bit* 2. 3 Flute PCD Bit (13750) 7. PCD Bevel Bit* 3. Solid Carbide Through Hole Bit (6028SC) 4. Carbide-tipped Dowel Bit (6024) 5. PCD Round over Bit 1 2 4 3 5 6 7 Similar Applications: Plywood and layered wood panels of different wood species, laminated with HPL.
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1-800-544-8436 1 2 3 4 5 Machining Phenolic (left) Cement Fiber Board (Right) 1) PCD 6815 2 Flute bit 4) PCD Engraving/Grooving Bit (4389) 2) PCD Dowel Drill Bit 5) PCD Radius Bit 3) PCD Dowel Drill Bit Similar Applications: Cement Fiber containing wall panels, Swiss Pearl and particleboard panels with cement fiber content.
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1-800-544-8436 Machining Aspen Plywood with Paper Laminate 1. Z3 Compression Bit 2. Gigaspeed PCD Milling Cutter 15700 (or for smaller diameter 6814) 3. Solid Carbide Dowel Drill 4. Carbide-tipped Dowel Drill 1 2 3 4 Similar Applications: Birch plywood veneer coated, other paper coated plywood panels.
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1-800-544-8436 Machining Solid Wood (Oak) 1) Insert Edge Profile (22530-97) 4) Carbide Insert Boring Bit 2) Roughing Cutter Z3 on Heat Shrink Holder 5) Carbide-tipped Dowel Drill Bit 3) Carbide Roundover Bit 1 2 3 4 5 Similar Applications: Various solid wood species, particularly hardwoods and glue up wood panels.
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1-800-544-8436 Machining Lightweight Veneered Honeycomb Panels 1) Fourcut 3+3 Cutter set for Lightweight panels (custom) 2) Z3 PCD Router Bit (15551) 3) Z2+V2 Boring Bit w/custom grind 4) Carbide-tipped dowel bits 1 2 3 4 Similar Applications: Plywood and layered wood panels of different wood species, laminated with HPL.
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1-800-544-8436 Machining MDF/Veneer (left) and Cement Fiber (right) 1) PCD Engraving/Grooving Bit (4389) 2) PCD Slotting Cutter 3) Insert Router Bit Z2 4) Solid Carbide Dowel Drill 5) PCD Cove (Ball nose) Bit 1 2 3 4 5 Similar Applications: MDF and HDF panels, gypsum board panels
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