of a 1/16" 2-Flute in 6061-T6511
The belt is warmer...
|Videos of this
Nice once you get it set up... has step, continuous, and velocity modes. Adds to Mach 3 via a plugin DLL. The P5 uses Apem sealed switches.
Here's a link to a quick vid I made - Mach 3 on a MaxNC oversized, Gecko 201's 60IPS rapid, std 1/4-20 threads
the clunking noise is the camera autofocus.
|Cutting a 19x17 AL 0.125 plate
for DAQ cards
Milling a pattern of endplates for a COTs enclosure (Hammond)
Machining of a COTS enclosure
(note the spindle armed LEDs on the controller I designed):
Machining a test fixture plate
Machining small custom Lansing front plates:
Machining a custom fixture for a military RF device:
Cutting a nested pattern from 1/4" (0.220)
Milling a COT’s enclosure for us in an avionics prototype (electronics designed in-house):
Cutting a PCB with a Precise Bits EM2E8-0625-90V trace isolation bit
Cutting a hot air tool for my SMT equipment, 30IPM, 1/8" carbide 2 flute endmill:
|Cutting a heatsink out of a
2"x3" block using a 3/8" 2 flute endmill at 15ipm:
Cutting a logo, roughed with a 1/4" 3 flute at 15ipm, finishing with an 1/8 4 flute"
Cutting a 2x4" block of 6061 with a 5/16" endmill:
Cutting an aluminum rack panel using a 1/16" 2 flute endmill:
Cutting a pocket for an RF amplifier heatsink using a 2 flute 3/8" endmill:
Cutting a part for a desoldering tool with a 3/8" 2 FL:
Milling a cast AL BUD box for a MIL connector:
Making a large steady; 3/4" 6061; 1/4" 2 Flute:
Cutting some polycarbonate; 1/8" Onsrud single flute: