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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: 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: Balancing Tools And Toolholders
This video provides both the argument and methodology for performing offline balancing of tool/toolholder assemblies for high speed machining centers.

Video: Milling For Prototypes
Learn how Designcraft applies CNC machining for prototyping.

Aluminum Molds In Three Weeks Or Less
While aluminum molds are commonly used to create prototypes or to serve as stopgap bridge tooling, they are starting to receive greater attention for production work. This shop’s approach to creating aluminum molds in one day to three weeks is the s...

Straight to Sand
Through direct CNC machining of molds and cores, this supplier of cast and machined parts skips the pattern-making step that would otherwise be fundamental to casting. The result is weeks of lead-time savings for complex parts that are needed in a h...

Video: Automatic Part Verification Through Reference Comparison
The machining center in this automated production process inspects its own work and updates its own positioning. Probing a known, traceable reference makes this possible.