Experts at Leitz Tooling help troubleshoot tool holding failure on new CNCs running faster than previous equipment.
Question: Our cabinets business is growing and we were able to replace our old router. Our new machine can run more than 25 percent faster. At higher RPMs we’re having a problem with tool holding and it’s having a negative impact on our accuracy. We’re utilizing a cabinet assembly system with no room for error. Help!
A millwork firm is struggling with an architectural window production line experiencing tearing, fuzzing, and blow out. "We’re scrapping far too many parts." See how the experts at Leitz Tooling can help.
Important Balance: Maintaining proper RPMs, feed-speed, and ideal chip load are critical. Chip load, the amount of material cut with every revolution of the cutting edge, dissipates heat and protects the tool from premature thermal dulling.
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