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Machine stationary routers withwithout cnc control

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Machine: Stationary routers with/without CNC control, machining centres, milling machines with spindles to mount shank tools. Workpiece material: Softwood and hardwood, duromers, plastomers, sandwich panels (PU foam cores with aluminium covers etc.), NF-metals (aluminium, copper etc.). Technical information: When cutting aluminium, suitable lubrication (spray or minimum volume lubrication) is necessary. HW solid, Z 1, extended version WO 160 2 07 D mm GL mm NL mm AL mm S mm Z Twist DRI ID 5 78 20 30 8x40 1 RD RH 042539 5 95 20 30 8x40 1 RD RH 042540 5 110 25 45 8x40 1 RD RH 042541 RPM: n = 18000 - 24000 min -1 5. Routing Slotting extrusions 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.2 Shank cutters HW-solid spiral design available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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25 Spiral finishing router cutter Application: Router cutter for sizing, grooving and finish cutting. For high demands on finish quality. 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.), NF-metals (aluminium, copper etc.). Technical information: Large twist angle for high shear cut. Check twist direction for good top layer cut quality. Maximum cutting depth 1.0 - 1.5 x D. Short design for increased stability and reduced vibration. Long design for increased cutting depth (recommended in several steps). HW solid, Z 1, short design WO 160 2 03 D mm D in GL mm GL in NL mm NL in S mm S in Z Twist DRI ID 3 50 6 6x30 1 RD RH 042723 3 50 6 6x30 1 LD RH 042724 4 50 8 6x30 1 RD RH 042725 4 50 8 6x30 1 LD RH 042726 5 50 10 6x30 1 RD RH 042727 5 50 10 6x30 1 LD RH 042728 6 50 14 6x30 1 RD RH 042729 6 50 14 6x30 1 LD RH 042730 6.35 1/4“ 50.8 2“ 15.88 5/8“ 6.35x30 1/4“x1 1/8“ 1 RD RH 240512 8 65 20 8x40 1 RD RH 042731 8 65 20 8x40 1 LD RH 042732 10 70 20 10x40 1 RD RH 042733 5. Routing Feed speed v f depending on cutting depth a p a p [mm] v f [m min -1 ] Ø 8 x 20 NL Ø 10 x 20 NL Ø 12 x 20 NL Ø 3 x 6 NL Ø 4 x 8 NL 6,5 a p 13 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 0 5 10 15 25 20 Workpiece material: Softwood Operation: Sizing Speed: n = 18000 - 24000 min -1 Correction factor for v f : Hardwood = 0.9; Machining across grain = 0.8; Chipboard = 1.1 a p [mm] v f [m min -1 ] Ø 8 x 20 NL Ø 10 x 20 NL Ø 12 x 20 NL Ø 3 x 6 NL Ø 4 x 8 NL 13 5,5 a p 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 5 10 15 25 20 Workpiece material: Duromers, plasto- mers, glulam (HPL), compound materials Operation: Sizing Speed: n = 16000 - 18000 min -1 5.1 Sizing and grooving 5.1.2 Shank cutters HW-solid spiral design HW solid, Z 1, long design WO 160 2 03 D mm GL mm NL mm S mm Z Twist DRI ID 4 60 12 6x40 1 RD RH 042739 4 60 12 6x40 1 LD RH 042740 5 80 18 6x40 1 RD RH 042741 5 80 18 6x40 1 LD RH 042742 6 80 22 6x40 1 RD RH 042743 6 80 22 6x40 1 LD RH 042744 8 80 25 8x40 1 RD RH 042745 8 80 25 8x40 1 LD RH 042746 10 90 32 10x40 1 RD RH 042747 10 90 32 10x40 1 LD RH 042748 12 90 32 12x40 1 RD RH 042749 RPM: Wood/wood derived material: n = 16000 - 24000 min -1 Plastics: n = 12000 - 18000 min -1 available ex stock available at short notice Instruction manual visit
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