use a spray adhesive such as 3M Super 77 --- follow the directions. Aluminium is like wood : milling oak, pine or balsa wood is not the same. (23") (Carbide Create: 106 mm/min), Shapeoko 3: .1875 two flute,50 ipm %45 step over .1875 depth, full depth passes, border was .1" passes at 30ipm, Stock Material - Walnut (11-1/2" x 5-1/2" x 7/8"), Cutting Bit - 3 Flute, 1/4" Square Endmill, First pass - to clean the surface, get a flat reference face, to check final adjustments on position, etc - 1/2" 2 flute Bosch bit, 50 ipm, stepover 0.350", stepdown 0.100", Second pass - This is the one where I remove the bulk of the wood - Pocket cutting strategy - 1/2" 2 flute Bosch bit, 35 ipm, max stepover 0.180", max stepdown 0.080", Third pass - Since I am going so deep (taking almost a full 2.5" in the center) I have to reset the bit - same strategy, bit and feeds and speeds, Fourth pass - So now I have a terraced surface - it's time to make it pretty - spiral facing strategy - 0.75" ball end, 35 ipm, stepover, 0.080", max stepdown 0.075", Fifth pass - This pass is optional - I am just removing the cusp left between the spiral passes - parallel strategy, two directions - 0.75" ball mill, 60 ipm, stepover 0.080", max stepdown 0.010", Take a piece of thick (12+mm) MDF, roughly 150x150mm to use as a platen. Lighter than Delrin and will not hold the same machining tolerances. Extruded PMMA has chemicals added to it to aid in extrusion and does not machine as nicely, tending to melt. Very conservative. Similar machining characteristics to cast acrylic, with all difficulties exacerbated, will split or crack under shearing forces. feed rate: 400mm 2.0 Tested on a machine with limited Z axis power so the plunge rate is constrained by the machine. I didn't get the hoped for melt-away on my Vermont Castings barbecue. Q. Toronto. Active ingredient is Heptane. If known, this may be used to calculate the spindle horsepower needed for a cut: Material removal rate (in³/min) × Unit power (hp/in³/min) = Spindle horsepower (hp), see: http://www.custompartnet.com/calculator/milling-horsepower, Work hardening occurs when the chip of material being removed is thinner than that zone of material which the impact of the cutting forces affects. , http://community.carbide3d.com/t/engraving-a-picture-in-granite/11197, Discussion of safety implications for dust: http://community.carbide3d.com/t/1-8-carbon-fiber/626/3. RPM: 11143 Ideally when milling metals one would use an upcut bit, so as to clear chips --- however, given the narrower bits which a Shapeoko is likely to be using, plunge depth is typically limited to 0.25mm (0.01") which ameliorates the difficulty of clearing chips. ft. lobby area. A faster plunge rate may help. Note that lead will bio-accumulate, and dust must be handled with that in consideration. In this case, proper chip and cutter loading. My greatest appreciation to Bill D for his tip about household ammonia dissolving plastic film on stainless steel. , 30 ipm, 10 plunge, .015 depth of cut, .2 step over.. The S1 and S2 both give good finish passes at around 1 pound cutting force per FSWizard. 800mm/min feedrate and 500mm plunge Can be machined to tight tolerances, and will wear for long periods without lubrication. , 3 or 5 in/min and a plunge depth of 0.05". ... You need to keep a sharp blade in the knife, and you can periodically hit it with some WD40 or … A. the 5mm shaft which does not hurt), 6mm end mills: 0.75mm DOC 800mm/min and 290 hertz on my 3 phase spindle 16390 RPM (1.5 setting on the Dewalt, between 2.75 (15722.5) and 3 (16870) on a Makita), 3mm end mills: 0.4mm DOC 750mm/min (same RPM), 1/4" thick 304 stainless steel about 2.5" x 3" each. It was smoking quite a bit but the machine was marching along without missing steps or jerking. Max depth 0.020". Most of the swarf was small flakes and there was very little 'fluff' left on the work piece. . The below feed and speed rating was published by Carbide 3D on the pixel image chart published to Support | Tooling on the docs.carbide3d.com pages: Black HDPE cutting board works at 1.75 on a Makita w/ a 1/8" endmill. 690 (Southern Yellow Pine, Loblolly and Shortleaf) The wood is 12/4 walnut sawn from the log and then air dried for 4+ years. Power Grinding Finishing & Sanding Tools Power Saws Routers & Joiners Power Shears Nibblers & Cutters Safety & Workwear Screwdrivers Nutdrivers & Hex Keys Smart Home Products Sockets & Wrenches Vacuum Cleaners & Accessories Welding & Soldering Only limitation is they are typically quite thin, usually not greater than 1/4"(6mm) thickness. OR ANOTHER PRODUCT? I of course don't want to ruin the finish of the fridge, but would like this residue removed. Conventional Milling. It even started coming off in sheets (like it was supposed to) after soaking for a little longer. by jewelers. THE COLOR OF THE BREAD WRAPPER ACTUALLY SEEMS TO BE EMBEDDED IN THE STAINLESS STEEL. See Tooling Board below. It is very tough and, if left exposed to sunlight, is almost impossible to remove without trashing the underlying surface. If that doesn't work, resign myself to picking, pulling, rubbing, scrubbing, cursing, and throwing stuff. Squirt some of the degreaser into your hands and use it to "wash" your hands as if it was liquid soap. standard length ones at 20IPM, .05 stepover, and .032 depth. The values below may be used in configuring milling operations when using a CAM program to generate G-code to make a cut, but unless your machine is essentially identical to the machine which they were used on, can be considered as only very general guidelines. "... around 1 or 2 on the DWP611 speed and I feed about 750mm/min with a two-flute carbide end mill. If you add it to your formula, you're going to come out with really weird numbers. A further note: "With HDPE you want to use conventional milling. See also Basics of Plastic Selection for Machining. Then, calculate it out as a kinematics problem. https://www.reddit.com/r/shapeoko/comments/5pusjt/s03_carbide_can_cut_steel_possibilities_are/dcxx9xz/, Unhardened HSS. Potentially hazardous. I did try several things and it did not work. Secondly using conventional milling produced the best results. After this broke, I switched to a straight cut but it didn’t do nearly as nice a job and really failed to eject the chips. One concern w/ cutting paper and card and fiberboard is that it will dull bits. ), https://www.amanatool.com/pub/media/productattachments/Insert-V-Groove-Speed-Chart-v8.pdf, The feed rate (speed at which the machine head moves in XYZ space) and the speed rate (number of revolutions per minute the cutting tool revolves around its axis) need to be proportional to each other, so as to have the machine cut out suitably sized chips. It may also be used to make molds for casting, esp. The Blue Plastic Film was stuck to it like a price tag. (Total $2.19!) After Christmas THE grill was put on clearance. 1/8" carbide, 33k rpm, 30 ipm (10IPM if you are taking full width passes), 0.05" stepover, 0.02" doc for adaptive clearing. https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DanaSpisak/posts/hzHNShVwWnD, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7R7PsCu5TZM , (I have in mind to make rubber stamps, e.g. Read this post, found some household ammonia, used it on the blue plastic on the doors to my new BBQ. I then used non-acetone nail polish to get the glue residue off. Notes: Ideally, all the heat of a cut will be carried away by the chip — this is not always possible, so for some cuts in certain materials, coolant will be used. A. Plunge Rate = 30, .25" end mill 4 flute (I run 2 flute at 150 ipm (up to 180 ipm can be done but chatters along Y-axis) - .130" doc - .1 stepover - 160ipm - 16k rpm [https://www.facebook.com/groups/unofficialshapeoko/permalink/321308161610483/?comment_id=321320864942546&comment_tracking=%7B%22tn%22%3A%22R3%22%7D), .125 end mill 4 flute - .04 doc - 150ipm - 16k rpm , One datapoint, Improbable Construct notes "2 flute 1/8" endmill, 40% step over, 1/16" cut depth, 27000 RPM, at a feed speed of 1200 mm with good results. I have a 2 flute , 1 inch LOC, 1/4 shaft by Bosch. This pocket only needs to be 1-2mm deep. There was a bit of build up, but it’d get to a thickness then fling off. Thanks for the help. Thanks. Which would be the best option. The typical (ideal?) A. Watch that tab thickness. Q. I recently (may 2009) purchased a name brand refrigerator that came with the standard, protective shipping film, that when removed, left an almost invisible residue. 1/4" chamfer mill at 20IPM with .05" stepover. Seems like Carbide Create was gracious enough to zero my retract height when I changed stock thickness. whit 0.063" cutter . https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=-xhfiS_Q1aw&feature=youtu.be, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Yvcizt83DA , Settings used for wax work, but adjust depth of cut to be less. Now I can cook in the new oven. Spindle 16k, feed: Slot: 2"/min, Front angle: 11"/min, Top: 22"/min , http://community.carbide3d.com/t/created-my-aluminum-fixture-with-s3-and-nomad-pro/945/5, rough on shapeoko3: 25 ipm, 0.3mm doc, 150mm plunge A. ), 600 Watt router, 30,000 rpm, feedrate of 1500 mm / min, plunge rate of 800 mm / min.. See also References, Feeds and Speeds below. & Install'n Chemicals & Consumables I’m just starting out and first used the WD40 silicon spray (for convenience). Disclaimer: It's not possible to fully diagnose a finishing problem or the hazards of an operation via these pages. . But so far a few things I've noticed. This is the slow part. 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