Single flute bits will help. This was discontinued in later builds (see the section below). Feed Rate = 60 Works great but is very expensive. Now I can cook in the new oven. Q. I usually suggest starting with 0.012" depth per pass for harder plastics (acrylics) and 0.024" for woods. A. single flute, up-cut cutter (e.g., Onsrud O-Flute), starting point 18,500 rpms on the spindle, feed rate of 85 inches per minute. A given endmill, in a specific material will have a chipload suggested by the manufacturer. Similar machining characteristics to cast acrylic, with all difficulties exacerbated, will split or crack under shearing forces. guidelines for brass. Thank you, Thank you, Thank YOU. Squirt some of the degreaser into your hands and use it to "wash" your hands as if it was liquid soap. In one way, that is beneficial because the strength of the material usually drops with temperature. A horizontal roughing cut was done at 80IPM with a 0.25in, 0.060 corner radius end mill from lakeshore carbide (where I buy all my tools). Kindly provide us a suitable solution at the earliest. http://www.toolingpro.com/milling-calculator.php --- in addition to the typical calculations, includes horsepower calculations. Good dust collection is imperative. The internet is largely anonymous & unvetted; some names may be fictitious and some recommendations might be harmful. Though it is slight, brushed stainless steel does have a texture. & Install'n Chemicals & Consumables Smooth surface. Commonly Available Colors: Clear, Opaque (White, Grey, Black, Red, Yellow, Blue, Green), Solid Tints (White, Grey, Bronze, Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, Amber), Fluorescent/UV Tints (Amber, Red, Green, and Blue), 10mm cast Acrylic using 6mm Single Flute bit 2mm depth 400mm/min Feed speed. Depth .050 or less, step over .056. I believe the protective plastic did not pull off cleanly because of the hot climate down here in Mexico. Still nothing. I was then left with the glue residue. 3D carving: https://community.carbide3d.com/t/0687-eagle-carved-in-mahogany/15464/6. whit 0.063" cutter . “O” flute up cut and somewhere between 1 and 3 for dial setting on the Makita. tried pressing in the magnets on his DWP611 shoe and broke a couple. The best two were simply 2D pockets (normal pockets) and bore cut as a single conventional milling operation. , DW660: single flute end mill, 30000 rpm, 300mm/min feed rate, 75mm/min plunge. A fireplace blower is an efficient way to take advantage to heating from a fireplace. Tried everything to remove it. I have about 15 x Bosch Professional cases but IMHO, they are not as robust as the Makita cases. w/ a laser, due to its chlorine content and exposure to its dust (may cause asthma or other respiratory problems). fewer flutes, lower RPM, faster feedrate, also try coolant while milling (WD40, water or aluminium specific coolant fluid). Formatted as CSV files, they may be readily modified and shared. or 18,000 and 250 i.p.m. They had used it for a while without removing the protective file, and it was hopelessly stuck and leaving a gluey residue. If the surface has a texture that the adhesive can get into, consider it to be twice baked. Cookie Preferences. I have heard to try WD-40, goo-gone and xylene. I'm at my wits end with this project, but will not give up. SHOULD I USE AMMONIA? Alien - Area 51 RGB Headphone Stand : This Instructables I guess I have been writing for the third time and the different thing is that every time I build this the process is entirely different and it's like the level of difficulty kept on increasing. Max depth 0.020". Feed was 12ipm doc was .012 spindle speed set on 1 plunge feed was 6.5ipm. [affil. 420 (Western White Pine) (Total $2.19!) 1/4" chamfer mill at 20IPM with .05" stepover. 4mm 2 flute carbide end mill for aluminium, Bits: .010 2 flute end mill, 1/16 2 flute end mill, alupanel (HDPE layer caught between 2 0.3 aluminium sheets), RPM: 17500 (Dial setting: Dewalt: 1.25, Makita: 2.8), Spindle = Stock shapeoko demel knock off at max, Pass depth was .045" for a total of 3 passes with .010" of over-cut into particleboard, RPM: 18500 (Dial setting: Dewalt: 2.5, Makita: 3.25), RPM: 18500 (Dial setting: Dewalt: 1.5, Makita: 2.9), RPM: 19000 (Dial setting: Dewalt: 2.5, Makita: 3.25), inexpensive things where coarse grain and the reddish tint is okay: red oak, more expensive things where coarse grain is okay, but colour should be more neutral: white oak, outdoor projects: cedar --- teak if strength and longevity are important and your skills are up to the value judgements involved in working with tropical hardwoods (see below), nicer projects where wood grain will be celebrated and a lighter colour is desired, but surface should be smooth: maple, nicer projects where wood grain will be celebrated and darker shading is wanted: walnut, heirloom projects where specific characteristics/appearances are needed --- this is where burls, veneers, and tropical hardwoods come into play, RPM: 19700 (Dial setting: Dewalt: 3, Makita: 3.5), Tool Diameter: 0.125 (2 flute .125 end mill), RPM: 21000 (Dial setting: Dewalt: 3.5, Makita: 3.75), RPM: 19700 (Dial setting: Dewalt: 3, Makita: 3), carbonized --- sort of reddish brown color. Then and then only could people make suitable suggestions. We have tried to remove this residue using MEK / methyl ethyl ketone, lacquer thinner ), Nomad: "For brass and copper I use Plunge rate 170 m/m , Feedrate 400 m/m or more 10% / 20% and depth 0.07 mm. ", "1/8" Whiteside RD1600 downcut bit at 70 ipm 35 plunge and .0625 DOC, #1 on the Dewalt. Conventional Milling. Dewalt set on 5, 6061 (1' x 1/2"), 1/4 x 4flt coated ball. trochoidal width - 50% After trying everything from De-Solve-it to the blow dryer to remove it I Googled and ended up at your site. Whether or not the metal is annealed is an important consideration. ", (derived from the ShapeOko coaster file from Run Your Second Job and the MakerCAM Tutorial). Calculations done using http://www.productivity.com/resources/calculators/. 2003. link to info/product on Amazon]. I’m just starting out and first used the WD40 silicon spray (for convenience). I've invested in another cordless range and don't have any have Makita myself unfortunately, but there is no doubt this is is a great deal for for one of the better stackable power tool cases/systainers. Note that there may be variation between the product of different manufacturers, always test speeds and feeds for a given supply. So I tried it, but alas, it wasn't to be. Soft, about as hard as typical plywood. As I believe someone said earlier in this thread, the adhesive and/or plastic becomes "baked" onto the surface. Down one “O” flute 1/8” bit , 2. Active ingredient is Heptane. 1/8" four flute solid carbide endmill. , http://community.carbide3d.com/t/why-am-i-breaking-my-bits/2875/8, 30 degree 1/8" shank v-bit. For smaller details, I use a 20 degree tapered end mill, with a .004 tip. link to info/product on Amazon] Using a smaller cutting depth advancement is one suggested strategy for coping w/ the design's lack of rigidity. Overlap 3 mm You can get small container (32 Fl.Oz) from your local picture frame molding supplier. Possible to increase the depth of cut if your endmill is suitable. ), 600 Watt router, 30,000 rpm, feedrate of 1500 mm / min, plunge rate of 800 mm / min.. Note: RPMs have been regularized against the Router Speed Chart (see below) using the Dewalt dial setting as the standard. Happens quickly because the heat can’t get away in this case, and the blunt tool only makes things worse (higher forces, more friction, more heat…). , SO3: conservative feed and speed: 13,500 rpm, DOC 4mm, Feed 200 mm/min, 2 flutes 1/4 carbide bit. This happened when I.C. It doesn't just dissolve away. Here's how that works: You'll notice that cutter diameter doesn't come into play there. Feed Rate = 60 But if it helps, I was using the .125" endmills that came with the nomad (so, 2 flute). The damn stuff is indestructible - any ideas from anyone would be welcome Increasing cutting speed will increase temperature in the shear zone. Upcut bits make a huge mess of things. I'm cutting 10mm in 3 passes with good results.. Stock Shapeoko 2 w/ stock spindle, maximum speed, feed rate 380--400mm/ min and plunge rate 100 mm/ min., Step down 0.8mm with better results.. Now, if you take a big-enough chip, the next cutting edge is biting into the material below the hardened zone, but with a very small feed/chip thickness, you will plough precisely through that thin sliver of the surface that the previous cut just hardened.  A further issue is that it will have two separate optimal feed/speeds for cutting, one along the extrusion axis, the other at 90 degrees to it.. Theoretical: 1/4 inch carbide bit try 12-18000 rpm and 762--2,286mm/min (30--90 ipm). , Surfacing w/ an SO3: ¼" flat mill, 85 IPM, Dewalt611 at speed 4, stepover 0.2". 125 iPM and 0.35 doc. ), https://www.amanatool.com/pub/media/productattachments/Insert-V-Groove-Speed-Chart-v8.pdf, The feed rate (speed at which the machine head moves in XYZ space) and the speed rate (number of revolutions per minute the cutting tool revolves around its axis) need to be proportional to each other, so as to have the machine cut out suitably sized chips. We are presently working with a stainless-steel material that comes from the metal suppler covered with a protective plastic film. https://www.aluminum.org/resources/industry-standards/aluminum-alloys-101, An afternoon with aluminum --- detailed discussion of tool paths, finish and various, http://community.carbide3d.com/t/nomad-aluminum-feed-speed-tests/5621, http://blog.cnccookbook.com/2012/03/27/10-tips-for-cnc-router-aluminum-cutting-success/, http://www.sawmillcreek.org/showthread.php?144728-Aluminum-Cutting-101, http://community.carbide3d.com/t/aluminum-3d-contouring/1588, A further consideration is the temper of the metal. The same values were used for a very hard mahogany as well. The ammonia melted the plastic, even in the crevices, and removed the adhesive residue. And I use Alcohol for coolant to and the cuts are better . Nothing has worked. 13--15,000 RPM --- Spiral O shape bit suggested. note: Several people have recommended that readers proceed immediately to Terry S's entry of June 17, 2011 as the simplest solution. Most of us have experienced this exact problem: Run a HSS drill at too high RPM in steel, and it will blunt before you make more than a little dent. 3/4" is ok for narrower boards. Notes: The basic problem is that the white (vinyl?) 3400rpm/.002 per flute with very small end mills. 1/8" carbide, 33k rpm, 30 ipm (10IPM if you are taking full width passes), 0.05" stepover, 0.02" doc for adaptive clearing. I know my setup is not perfectly level, but I’m ok with that for now. , http://www.routerforums.com/cnc-routing/32970-feeds-speeds-needed-red-oak.html, Metric: http://www.endmill.com/pages/training/spdfeed.html. The edges of the cuts are rather messy, which would be tricky to clean up (e.g. I am trying to remove glue residue from supposedly removable little foam stickers off the stainless panels and it's taking a long time and the fumes are just about killing everyone. Pass Depth 0.0625, single flute 0.063 and 0.125 carbide bits Said insights may or may not be of any assistance, depending upon your particular "how-do-I-remove-this-*#^&*%*^-stuff?!" "better edge with a climb cut as the finish pass" , First numbers are from Carbide 3D chart for a Nomad, second numbers are from Carbide Create for a Shapeoko, Carbide Create settings cut well with a Shapeoko 3 XL using a long reach endmill w/ a Makita set to 3.25, Pocketing 800mm/min. The plastic I am talking about is the white kind that is standard from the mill to protect polished SS. The damn stuff is indestructible - any ideas from anyone would be welcome thanks to everyone for responding finishing wood with wd40! 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