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Milling Cutters Tool

Discussion in 'Technical' started by James Thomsan, Feb 3, 2020.

  1. James Thomsan

    James Thomsan Newbie

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    Hi Everyone, Please share some advise.

    How to use Milling Cutters tool in milling machines to perform milling operations?
     
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    Vague!!!
     
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    Jimmypie Self isolating taking it one meme at a time

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    If someone could also tell me how to get to Saturn .

    thanks .
     
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    Very vague fella, your probably best watching a few YouTube videos
     
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    Stevie Darling Sexual tyrannosaurus

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    Is your friend:thumb:
     
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    Secure workpiece

    press spindle on button

    wind handles to remove stock.

    Press spindle off button

    remove workpiece from machine.

    Hope this helps a little!
     
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    hi Steve couldn’t you do a picture of the day every day maybe even get your own section as your avatar and this picture are great and really cheer me up
     
  8. shauny

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    if you dont know,perhaps best not to try.:thumb:
     
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    And the cutters only cut in one direction

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    1. No loose clothing
    2. No long hair
    3. When in doubt, slow down.
    4. Milling cutters should only cut in one direction, where the machine is pushing the cutter into the work. Do not cut the other way where the cutter can try to pull the work towards it.
    5. Read and mark the two posts above.
     
  11. ped

    ped Keyboard Hero

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    depends on how sturdy your machine is and material your milling on no4 as climb milling produces a better finish
     
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    Errrm ;)

     
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    oh and this will help, if you have no idea what you are doing your going to go through a lot of cutters , this guy is a hobby machinist uk and usually reviews a lot of cheaper end stuff from banggood
     
  16. Nobby

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    My machinery is almost as old as me, and climb milling grabs the backlash.

    But then I was brought up on such old fashioned concepts as positive rake. . . . .
     
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    This post scares the hell out of me. :smash:
     
  18. HW100Tuning

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    Like this: My Denford Starmill Full CNC with 3 tool autochanger (for sale soon ;) ) cutting Mild Steel


     
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    Yeah I posted the same.... :up:
     

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