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Machine: Stationary routers with/without CNC control, machining centres, milling machines with spindles to mount shank tools. Workpiece material: Chipboard and fibre materials (MDF, HDF etc.), uncoated, plastic coated, veneered etc., laminated veneer lumber (plywood, multiplex plywood etc.). Technical information: Spiral cutting edge arrangement with alternate shear angles and real - Z 2 over the complete cutting length, with DP plunging tip. Resharpenable up to 3 times with normal wear. Tool body made from high-tensile material. Important to follow the application data parameters. DP, Z 2+2, Nesting WO 140 2 50 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm DRI ID 10 65 19 10x40 RH 191059 12 70 24 12x42 RH 191060 12 75 28 12x42 RH 191061 14 90 35 16x50 RH 191101 5. Routing Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p a p [mm] v f [m*min -1 ] 14 18 26 34 24 28 22 18 14 12 10 8 10 19 20 a p 22 30 32 28 26 16 24 12 16 20 Ø 1/2” / Ø 12 x 28 NL Ø 14 x 35 NL Ø 1/2” / Ø 12 x 24 NL Ø 3/8” / Ø 10 x 19 NL 191059/191062 19 9 – 16 mm 13 – 20 (22) mm 191060/191063 19 – 25 mm 24 191061/191064 28 22 – 28 (30) mm 191102 32 25 – 35 mm 191103 38 22 – 32 mm 191101 35 workpiece thickness Id. NL Table of recommended workpiece thickness 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.3 Shank cutters DP DP, Z 2+2, Nesting, inch types WO 140 2 50 D mm D in GL mm GL in NL mm NL in S mm S in DRI ID 9.53 3/8“ 65 2 9/16“ 19 3/4“ 9.53x40 3/8“ x 1 9/16“ RH 191062 12.7 1/2“ 70 2 3/4“ 24 15/16“ 12.7x42 1/2“ x 1 5/8“ RH 191063 12.7 1/2“ 75 2 15/16“ 28 1 1/8“ 12.7x42 1/2“ x 1 5/8“ RH 191064 12.7 1/2“ 80 3 3/16“ 32 1 1/4“ 12.7x40 1/2“ x 1 9/16“ RH 191102 12.7 1/2“ 85 3 1/3“ 38 1 1/2“ 12.7x40 1/2“ x 1 9/16“ RH 191103 RPM: n = 18000 - 24000 min -1 a p [mm] v f [m*min -1 ] 24 28 36 40 24 38 22 18 14 12 10 8 20 25 20 a p 32 28 26 16 34 22 26 30 Ø 1/2” x 32 (1-1/4”) NL Ø 1/2” x 38 (1-1/2”) NL Workpiece material: Chipboard, plastic coated Operation: Sizing / Nesting RPM: n = 24000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.8; Chipboard uncoated = 1.1; Veneer across the grain = 0.7; Pre-trimming MDF = 1.2 available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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42 Router cutter Diamaster PRO 3 Application: Router cutter for sizing and grooving (Nesting) at high feed speeds. For tear-free cut edges on both sides of the workpiece. Machine: Stationary routers with/without CNC control, machining centres, milling machines with spindles to mount shank tools. Workpiece material: Chipboard and fibre materials (MDF, HDF etc.), uncoated, plastic coated, veneered etc., laminated veneer lumber (plywood, multiplex plywood etc.). Technical information: Spiral cutting edge arrangement with alternate shear angles and real - Z 3 over the complete cutting length, with DP plunging tip. Resharpenable up to 3 times with normal wear. Tool body made from high-tensile material. Important to follow the application data parameters. DP, Z 3+3, Nesting WO 140 2 50 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm DRI ID 12 65 19 12x42 RH 191030 12 70 24 12x42 RH 191031 12 75 28 12x42 RH 191032 14 90 33 16x50 RH 191033 5. Routing Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p a p [mm] v f [m min -1 ] 10 12 22 28 24 30 16 34 26 32 14 12 14 16 18 22 32 20 24 26 28 30 19 a p Ø 12 x 24 NL Ø 12 … 14 NL 28/33 Workpiece material: Plastic coated chipboard Operation: Sizing / Nesting Speed: n = 24000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.8; Uncoated chipboard = 1.1;
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