High Speed Machining

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Published: 4/1/2000

For High Speed And High Productivity, Keep Cool And Stay Calm
Machine tool builders have developed methods to cool off spindles and damp machine vibration for stable machining at higher spindle speeds and faster feed rates.

Published: 3/15/2000

Find The Right Speed For Chatter-Free Milling
It used to be that a little chatter was easy to forgive. Not anymore. In shops aiming to minimize hand finishing, machined surfaces have to be smooth. And in high speed machining applications, chatter itself can set the speed limit.

Published: 3/15/2000

Five-Axis Machining With A Contouring Head
This accessory brought low-cost five-axis machining to two shops. One had never used five-axis machining before. The other was an experienced five-axis contractor.

Published: 2/15/2000

Methods' Revamped Lineup Features Advanced Technology
  “Smart” machine tools. Spindles reaching 60,000 rpm. Affordable robots for load/unload.

Published: 2/15/2000

Tool Path Strategies For High Speed Machining
CAD/CAM features can be key to realizing effective High Speed Machining.

Published: 2/15/2000

Improved Spindle Cuts Cycle Time
Cutting speeds of 500 inches per minute are a reality with this new 15,000 rpm spindle system for high speed machining.

Published: 10/15/1999

For Easier Turnaround...Hard Milling
By using milling in place of EDM, this mold shop delivers finished work to customers days sooner.

Published: 8/1/1999

High Speed Machining: Aerospace -- Boeing's One Part Harmony
Faster, lighter cuts can let one solid part replace an assembly of hundreds of components. Better manufacturing and a better airplane both result. But before Boeing could realize these benefits, a more finely tuned process was needed.

Published: 5/15/1999

Modern CNC Control Systems for High Speed Machining
All around the world, companies that machine molds and dies face numerous challenges as well as numerous opportunities. How these companies are responding are influencing the entire metalworking industry.

Published: 3/15/1999

High-Speed, Five-Axis Machining--Japanese-Style
This Japanese five-axis aerospace shop believes that high speed machining is their future. Here's why, and some of what they've learned so far.