This is one of my Taig mills cutting a brass die for relief printing of lampwork beads. The original brass bar stock is 0.4″ x 0.5″ x 2.0″. I’m using a solid carbide 1/16″ end mill turning at 6700 rpm. Feed rate is a constant 12″ per minute. Enjoy!
Proper fixturing for CNC router tables: use of the correct fixture can mean the difference between a well-machined and poor-quality part. .(Brief … An article from: Wood & Wood Products
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Title: Proper fixturing for tables: use of the correct fixture can mean the difference between a well-machined and poor-quality part. (Digital Woodworking).(Brief Article)
Author: Sergio Castro
Publication: Wood & Wood Products (Magazine/Journal)
Date: April 1, 2002
Publisher: Vance Publishing Corp.
Volume: 107 Issue: 5 Page: 78(2)
Article Type: Brief Article
Distributed by Thomson Gale
Proper fixturing for tables: use of the correct fixture can mean the difference between a well-machined and poor-quality part. .(Brief … An article from: Wood & Wood Products
A ShopBot Buddy 32 making the escutcheon and grille assembly of a KVG Laboratories K15 Guitar Speaker Cabinet. Background music is Giorgio Moroder’s “Machines” from the Metropolis movie reissue soundtrack.
Added rear curtain to help contain chips. Re-attached the flap that protects the Z axis ballscrew from debris. Having issues with new MPG4 pendant.
www.sharpcam.co.uk – Powerful snapping usually only found on high end CAD systems makes SharpCam the easiest and quickest system you will have ever used.
Milling a piece of 1018 steel with my TAIG
This is the third volume of three which will give the reader an insight into the current state of CNC technology with a focus on practical applications. This volume deals with CNC programming. It has been written in conjunction with a major European supplier of controllers in order to give the reader a more consistent and in-depth understanding of the logic used to program such machines. It explains how why and where to program specific features of a part and how to build them up into complete programs. Thus, the reader will learn about the main aspects of the logical structure and compilation of a program. Finally, there is a brief review of so me of the typical controllers currently available from both universal and proprietary builders. The author draws on his extensive experience as a practitioner and teacher. The text is thoroughly practical in character and generously illustrated with diagrams and photographs.
This demonstration will show how to: – Add logic to an exisiting Strategy – Constrain a Variable based on a Feature Property – Run a Strategy on a new Part
Added controls, finished wiring, reinstalled top, added new blind nuts, ran test program.
A tutorial/walk-through of using Smooth-On PMC-744 urethane rubber to cast a part. In the previous video (Part 1 of 2), I used my TAIG to make the aluminum mold. The part is an axle damper and is to be 45 on a Shore A hardness scale.
www.sharpcam.co.uk – Create post processors with the Machine Developer. A feature rich environment using Visual Basic .NET.
The is part two of the z-axis build. the part of the that moves the router up and down.
Illusive Design & Fabrications table cutting air suspension brackets, and 98+ ranger crossmember plates www.illusivefabrications.com