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Exploring the: High Speed Machining Zone
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Milling with Air

... not to mention grinding with air. Thanks to high speed spindles powered by shop air, this job shop expands the work its VMCs can do.


Hard Milling Isn’t Just High Speed Machining

Milling complex forms in hardened tool steel involves more than just fast, light cuts, says this maker of medical-related injection molds. Here are some of the ingredients of an effective hard milling process.


Video: Getting the Most Out of Your Standard Spindle

High spindle speed is not needed for high productivity, particularly with the right choice of cutting tool types. Techniques described in this tutorial video relate to plunge roughing, high feed milling and slotting.


Video: Plunge Roughing in Aluminum

Even in aluminum, plunge roughing can be an effective way to realize high productivity.


Video: High Feed Milling in Aluminum

Footage shows roughing at 48 cubic inch per minute on a standard-speed machining center.


Video: High Speed Milling—900 ipm

Demonstation illustrates the kind of metal removal rate that is possible in aluminum at dynamically stable speeds.


Video: Milling Inconel 718 Efficiently Without a Heavy Machine

This video of machining Inconel at a fast metal removal rate shows the effect of constant-engagement-angle milling.


Video: Milling Titanium 6-4 Efficiently Without a Heavy Machine

This video of machining titanium at a fast metal removal rate shows the effect of constant-engagement-angle milling.


Video: Getting the Most Out of Your High Speed Spindle

Here is an introduction to machining center spindles designed for high speeds, with practical tips for using these high speed spindles effectively.


Video: What Is High Speed Machining?

The answer does not have to do with any particular speed. It has to do with how that speed is used.


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