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Detailed instructional video (11 min 14 sec) comparing three methods for outside profile contour milling. See how to program each method, compare cycle times, and view demo footage of high-feed ramping on a Haas 40-taper VM2.
See how high-feed ramping measures up.
Detailed instructional video (15 min 42 sec) comparing high-feed ramping to high-efficiency/dynamic milling in a typical pocketing application.
Dynamic milling may be all the rage right now, but in many cases high-feed ramping with an indexable milling tool can be a more efficient and flexible solution.
Check out the comparison, including both a high-feed end mill and shell mill.
This detailed instructional video (16 min 32 sec) shows you how to take advantage of plunge finishing utilizing the diameter of a tool, rather than the corner radius of a tool, to dictate the stepover needed to achieve a certain scallop height. By using plunge finishing, you can save 30% to 50% of the cycle time thanks to much larger stepovers.
Check out this simple, effective approach to finishing tapered walls and deep, straight walls.
Compare cycle time and tooling cost for three approaches to machining a 1" deep x 3.5" wide x 6" long pocket in 4140PH (28 Rc):
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Dynamic/volume milling with indexable tooling rather than solid carbide end mills.
Indexable helical roughing end mills are a great alternative for dynamic/volume milling.
Constant profile ramping is a much more effective approach than conventional Z-level profiling. Watch side-by-side as a Dapra 1” end mill (50 IPM / .100" DOC) using constant ramp profile outpaces a traditional 1° helix entry and Z-level rough by more than 50%.
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The new EDGE² DSS line provides premium performance, free cutter replacement and cost-per-corner savings of up to 48% to revolutionize the way your shop approaches 90° milling. This demo shows:
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New SBD back draft-style finishing inserts feature a positive-rake side-cutting wiper, an ultra-robust carbide insert, and a unique and rigid insert mount for maximum performance in long-reach, low-pressure finishing cutting. This demo shows these inserts performing the following at 6700 RPM / 200 IPM:
.030" semi-finishing demo:
.010” finishing pass demo :
New RDBN inserts are designed for demanding light roughing and finishing applications. This demo shows RDBN inserts performing the following:
Dot peen marking solution for direct part marking in CNC milling machines.