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Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by UltiBots, Jun 21, 2016.

  1. UltiBots

    UltiBots Veteran
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    Hi all -

    I want to share a great technique for affixing plates to C-Beam, OX and CNC routers. This has worked exceptionally well with 6.5mm aluminum plate.

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    The following YouTube videos explain the technique well.




    Brad - www.UltiBots.com
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    Modified C-Beam Bundle
    Dewalt 611
    Elaire 1/8" Collet
    1/8" Single Flute Carbide End Mill
    Workflow = Fusion 360 & Cam > Chilipeppr > Tinyg
    RPM ≈ 25,000 (dial setting 5)
    Feed @ 20"/min (508mm/min), Ramp @ 5"/min (127mm/min), Plunge @ 8"/min (203.2mm/min)
    Pocket cut = 0.25mm rough & 0.2mm finish, 3mm max stepover
    Bore cut = 0.2mm pitch
    Contour cut = 0.25mm rough & 0.2mm finish
     
    #1 UltiBots, Jun 21, 2016
    Last edited: Jun 21, 2016
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  2. Giarc

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    Great idea!
     
  3. GrayUK

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    Saw this video ages ago, and therefore completely forgot about it. :banghead: (Must remember!) :rolleyes:
     

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