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Old Tue 30 November 2010, 03:05
asif3244
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Abu Dhabi
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Laser Parts cutting with cnc router

Hi

Dear Gerald_D i am member since a year but was only learning, now i plan to get started, i am a Pakistani working in Abu Dhabi U A E, i will start to build in Pakistan, as import is a difficult process in Pakistan, importing in U A E is easier due to free port facilities, Laser cutting is available here in U A E but i have tried cutting with cnc router that our company import from china, i am gathering the parts at this time soon will start to build

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Old Tue 30 November 2010, 03:35
asif3244
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Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
Hi

here is the metal cutting video

http://www.metacafe.com/w/5575371

http://www.metacafe.com/watch/557537...th_cnc_router/
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Old Tue 30 November 2010, 13:49
MetalHead
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Columbiana AL
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Is that 1/4 or 6mm steel? How fast is that router turning?
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Old Tue 30 November 2010, 18:52
rayditutto
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Victoria
Canada
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according to the video comment, "3mm old steel with 4mm carbide bit"

seems to produce a slurry (for lack of a better word) rather than chips

i'm curious also about the feed rate and type of bit (straight, spiral etc)
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Old Wed 01 December 2010, 09:36
asif3244
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Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
Hi

Robin, The steel is 3mm tool is 4mm carbide G-code made in art-cam steel tool
Feed rate 60 to 180 mm/min depends on type of tool, plunge rate 50 mm/min
V F D controlled speed should be adjusted to an normal hand drill tool
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