Workpiece material Softwood chipboard and fibre materials MDF HDF etc uncoated

Workpiece material softwood chipboard and fibre

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Workpiece material: Softwood, chipboard and fibre materials (MDF, HDF etc.), uncoated, plastic coated, veneered etc. Technical information: Tungsten carbide turnblade knife clamped by wedge. Design without plunging tip only suitable for ramp plunging. Design with plunging tip limited suitable for axial plunging. HW, Z 1, with plunging tip WL 100 1 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm DRI ID 14 107 45 12x40 RH 041722 RPM: n = 16000 - 24000 min -1 Spare knives: BEZ ABM mm NL mm QAL VE PCS ID Turnblade knife 50x5.5x1.1 50 HW-05 10 005191 Spare parts: BEZ ABM mm ID Clamping wedge with plunging tip 45x3.7x7.35 009749 Countersink screw, Torx ® 8 M3x7.6 006233 5. Routing 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.1 Shank cutters HW and HW turnblade HW, Z 1, without plunging tip, inch types WL 100 1 D in NL in GL in S in DRI ID 1/2“ 1 3/16“ 2 3/4“ 1/2“ x 1 3/8“ RH 041060 3/4“ 2“ 3 7/8“ 3/4“ x 1“ RH 041067 RPM: D 1/2“: n = 18000 - 24000 min -1 D 3/4“: n = 16000 - 24000 min -1 Spare knives: BEZ ABM mm for D in NL in QAL VE PCS ID Turnblade knife 30x5.5x1.1 1/2“ 1 3/16“ HW-05 10 005189 Turnblade knife 50x5.5x1.1 5/8“ - 3/4“ 2“ HW-05 10 005191 Spare parts: BEZ ABM mm for D in NL in ID Clamping wedge 27.5x7.35x3.7 1/2“ - 35/64“ 1 3/16“ 009263 Clamping wedge 47.5x10.28x4.2 5/8“ - 3/4“ 2“ 009266 Countersink screw, Torx ® 8 M3x7.6 1/2“ 006233 Countersink screw, Torx ® 15 M4x11.5 5/8“ - 3/4“ 006234 Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p a p [mm] v f [m min -1 ] 5 10 15 20 25 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 0 10 8 Ø 3 / 8 `` x 25 / 32 `` NL a p Workpiece material: Plastic coated chipboard Operation: Grooving, sizing Speed: n = 18000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.8 a p [mm] v f [m min -1 ] 10 20 30 40 50 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 0 12 35 Ø 5 / 8 `` x2 `` NL a p a e Workpiece material: Plastic coated chipboard Operation: Jointing (maximum chip removal a e = 3 mm) Speed: n = 18000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : MDF = 0.8 available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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13 Router cutter in turnblade design Application: Router cutter for sizing and grooving to finish quality. For grooving with constant tool diameter. Machine: Stationary routers with/without CNC control, machining centres, milling machines with spindles to mount shank tools. Workpiece material: Softwood and hardwood, chipboard and fibre materials (MDF, HDF etc.), uncoated, plastic coated, veneered etc., laminated veneer lumber (plywood, multiplex plywood etc.), duromers, plastomers, solid surface material (Corian, Varicor etc.), decorative laminates (HPL-compact laminate, Trespa etc.). Technical information: Straight cut. Knife tip designed for seamless cut. Teflon coated tool body for reduced resin and glue build up. With tungsten carbide plunging tip. Suitable for machining the narrow edge of painted or foil coated MDF. HW, Z 1, NL 30 mm WL 101 1 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm ID LH ID RH 16 85 30 12x40 040867 16 95 30 16x50 040877 040878 16 95 30 20x50 040879 16 105 30 25x60 040872 18 85 30 12x40 040869 20 85 30 12x40 040871 20 95 30 20x50 040882 RPM: n = 16000 - 20000 min -1 Spare knives: BEZ Knife ABM mm for D mm QAL VE PCS ID Turnblade knife Plunging tip 7.6x12x1.5 16 - 18 HW-05F 10 005080 Turnblade knife Plunging tip 9x12x1.5 20 - 24 HW-05F 10 005158 Turnblade knife Peripheral tip 30x12x1.5 HW-05F 10 005161 Spare parts: BEZ Knife ABM mm for D mm ID Screw Plunging tip M3.5x4 (head D7) 16 - 20 006068 Screw Peripheral tip M3.5x4 (head D9)
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