8/5/2008

Cutting Out A Composite Structure

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Milling cuts out features of a composite structure, then cuts the structure itself out of the setup.

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This video from machine tool maker CMS shows milling being used to cut out features of a composite structure, then to cut the structure itself out of the setup that holds its clamping surfaces.

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