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|4/8/2004 3:22 AM|
||Re: dumbass question|
Well working with CNC is another story!
|4/8/2004 1:36 PM|
"I am using a CNC machine to machine the phenolic, and it is not too hard on tools, nowhere near as tough as circuit board"
What are you using for a machine?
What are you using for bits?
What kind of feed rates?
We have a Shopbot and recently burned out a high speed air spindle using it to rout circuit board.
I replaced the air spindle with a Bosch router. It must be the increased torque, because even at a lower rpm 25K instead of 65K, I can maintain almost the same feed rates.
|5/9/2004 10:34 AM|
I am not personally using the CNC machine, I don't own it or operate it - I use a local service shop whose main business is signwriting and engraving faceplates for machinery.
The phenolic I am using is much, much softer than circuit board, so a regular 1.2mm router bit is used, and the feed rate I would estimate at about 2cm/sec. As I mentioned before it is the epoxy phenolic that is very, very hard - similar to Corian or Micarta.
"I am using a CNC machine.." was just short-hand for "I am taking my phenolic down to CNC shop and having them use the CNC to cut the phenolic to my specs"
|6/3/2004 11:16 PM|
Do you want to sell me the air spindle?
Can you tell me more about it?
|6/7/2004 6:33 PM|
Sure, send me an email.
|4/8/2004 10:04 AM|
take a look at some of the drum cases out there theres forbon
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