The exception to this rule is the Carbide Tipped Surfacing Cutter which has all

The exception to this rule is the carbide tipped

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vided numbers are cut depths, chip loads, and flutes. The exception to this rule is the “Carbide Tipped Surfacing Cutter” which has all values provided by Onsrud. Any tools with no values provided are not listed by Onsrud, but if they are contacted about a specific use, they may provide some base numbers from which to calculate. The “Chip Load Calculator” in ShopBot 3 was utilized with a starting RPM of 18,000 on all tools to find the calculated feed rate. Any deviations from provided numbers should be verified and adjusted through recalculation in ShopBot 3 “Chip Load Calculator.” Soft wood Name SB# Onsrud Series Cut Chip Load per leading edge Flutes Feed Rate (ips) Feed rate (ipm) RPM Max Cut 1” 60 degree Carbide V cutter 13648 37-82 1 x D .004-.006 2 2.4-3.6 18,000 1/4” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13642 48-005 n/a n/a 1 n/a n/a n/a 1/2” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13564 48-072 n/a n/a 2 n/a n/a n/a 1/4” Upcut Carbide End Mill 13528 52-910 1 x D .007-.009 2 4.2-5.4 18,000 1/4” Downcut Carbide End Mill 13507 57-910 1 x D .007-.009 2 4.2-5.4 18,000 1/4” Upcut Carbide End Mill 1108 65-025 1 x D .004-.006 1 1.2-1.8 18,000 1/8” Tapered Carbide Upcut Ball End Mill 13636 77-102 1 x D .003-.005 2 1.8-3.0 18,000 1-1/4” Carbide Tipped Surfacing Cutter 13555 91-000 1/2-3/4 x D 2 200-600 12,000- 16,000 1/8"
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Selecting the Right Bit/Feeds and Speeds Charts • October 20, 2016 © Copyright 2016 ShopBot Tools, Inc. page 12 Hard wood Name SB# Onsrud Series Cut Chip Load per leading edge Flutes Feed Rate (ips) Feed rate (ipm) RPM Max Cut 1” 60 degree Carbide V cutter 13648 37-82 1 x D .004-.006 2 2.4-3.6 18,000 1/4” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13642 48-005 1 x D .005-.007 1 1.5-2.1 90-126 18,000 1/2” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13564 48-072 1 x D .006-.008 2 3.6-4.8 18,000 1/4” Upcut Carbide End Mill 13528 52-910 1 x D .006-.008 2 3.6-4.8 18,000 1/4” Downcut Carbide End Mill 13507 57-910 1 x D .005-.007 2 3.0-4.2 18,000 1/4” Upcut Carbide End Mill 1108 65-025 1 x D .004-.006 1 1.2-1.8 18,000 1/8” Tapered Carbide Upcut Ball End Mill 13636 77-102 1 x D .003-.005 2 1.8-3.0 18,000 1-1/4” Carbide Tipped Surfacing Cutter 13555 91-000 1/2-3/4 x D 2 200-600 12,000- 16,000 1/8" Medium Density Fiberboard (MDF) Name SB# Onsrud Series Cut Chip Load per leading edge Flutes Feed Rate (ips) Feed rate (ipm) RPM Max Cut 1” 60 degree Carbide V cutter 13648 37-82 1 x D .004-.006 2 2.4-3.6 18,000 1/4” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13642 48-005 1 x D .005-.007 1 1.5-2.1 90-126 18,000 1/2” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13564 48-072 1 x D .005-.007 2 3.0-4.2 180-252 18,000 1/4” Upcut Carbide End Mill 13528 52-910 1 x D .006-.008 2 3.6-4.8 18,000 1/4” Downcut Carbide End Mill 13507 57-910 1 x D .006-.008 2 3.6-4.8 18,000 1/4” Upcut Carbide End Mill 1108 65-025 1 x D .004-.006 1 1.2-1.8 18,000 1/8” Tapered Carbide Upcut Ball End Mill 13636 77-102 1 x D .003-.005 2 1.8-3.0 18,000 1-1/4” Carbide Tipped Surfacing Cutter 13555 91-000 1/2-3/4 x D 2 200-600 12,000- 16,000 1/8"
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Selecting the Right Bit/Feeds and Speeds Charts • October 20, 2016 © Copyright 2016 ShopBot Tools, Inc. page 13 Soft Plywood Name SB# Onsrud Series Cut Chip Load per leading edge Flutes Feed Rate (ips) Feed rate (ipm) RPM Max Cut 1” 60 degree Carbide V cutter 13648 37-82 1 x D .004-.006 2 2.4-3.6 18,000 1/4” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13642 48-005 1 x D .005-.007 1 1.5-2.1 90-126 18,000 1/2” Straight V Carbide Tipped End Mill 13564 48-072 1 x D .007-.009 2 4.2-5.4 18,000 1/4” Upcut Carbide End Mill 13528 52-910 n/a n/a 2 n/a n/a n/a n/a 1/4” Downcut Carbide End Mill 13507 57-910 n/a n/a
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