Router cutter for sizing and grooving with increased performance time in

Router cutter for sizing and grooving with increased

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Router cutter for sizing and grooving with increased performance time in engineered wood boards. For tear-free cut edges on both sides. Suitable for large batch quantities. Z 3+3 for high feed speeds. 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. DP plunging tip. Resharpenable 8 to 12 times with normal wear. Cuts to be painted in MDF require finishing with tools with continuous edges. Tools with negative twist support the tool clamping especially for small parts. DP, Z 3+3, with negative shear angle WO 140 2 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm ID LH ID RH 16 85 28 20x50 191048 16 95 35 20x50 191050 191049 20 85 28 20x50 191051 20 105 35 25x60 191053 191052 20 120 50 25x60 191054 RPM: n = 18000 - 24000 min -1 5. Routing Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p v f [m min -1 ] a p [mm] 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 42 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 44 48 52 29 a p 16 .. 20, NL 28 16 .. 20, NL 35 20, NL 50 Workpiece material: Plastic coated chipboard Operation: Sizing Speed: n = 24000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.8; Chipboard, uncoated = 1.1; Veneer across grain = 0.7; Pre-cutting MDF = 1.2 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.3 Shank cutters DP available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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49 Router cutter Diamaster PRO EdgeExpert Application: Routers for sizing and grooving with increased performance time in engineered wood boards. For tear-free cutting edges on both sides especially for sensitive and brittle decorative papers, laminating foils and veneers. Suitable for small and medium batch sizes. 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 DP plunging tip. Enlarged shear angle for excellent edge quality for sensitive and brittle decorative papers, laminating foils and veneers. Resharpenable 2 to 4 times with normal wear. Cuts to be painted in MDF require finishing with tools with continuous edges. DP, Z 1+1 WO 140 2 50 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm DRI ID 16 85 25 16x50 RH 191069 16 95 35 20x50 RH 191070 RPM: n = 18000 - 24000 min -1 5. Routing 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.3 Shank cutters DP Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p a p [mm] v f [m min -1 ] 10 5 15 40 35 30 50 45 8 7 4 5 6 3 0 12 9 10 11 22 a p Ø 16 … 18 NL 28 Ø 16 … 18 NL 35 Ø 16 … 18 NL 43 Workpiece material: Plastic coated chipboard Operation: Sizing Speed: n = 18000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.8; Veneer across grain = 0.7; Extremely sensitive decors = 0.7 - 0.8 available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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50 Router cutter Diamaster QUATTRO EdgeExpert Application:
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