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    Smt Technoligy In Onecnc

    hi all
    just thought i would post some picture's of smt robot milled using onecnc smt technoligie
    put the model in , position it , then ask ONECNC TO MANUFACTURE
    using SMT technoligie
    vist them at www.onecnc.com
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    next a roughing stratagie
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    roughing rendered
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    lets see the machine roughing
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    roughing in progress
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    roughed out
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    semi rough stratagie
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    finish stratgie
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    1.4mm cutter stratagie using a contain area
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    machine 1.4 cut
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    thats him finished
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    Wink

    this is him stood up and ready to go
    hope you enjoyed?
    best regards
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    I want one! That's really cool.

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    cheer's paul

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    Nice project, Peter

    How long did that take to cut?

    What kind of spindle rpm could you get?

    Does anyone make a little electric high speed spindle that you could insert into the main spindle (as if it were just another tool)?

    I hate running the main spindle long and hard just to create a little bit of dust
    First you get good, then you get fast. Then grouchiness sets in.

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    How about making an adapter for a dremmel to mount in the spindle. Use M19 to lock the spindle and goto town. You could also use a small router and do the same thing. I've been thinkng about this also for wood projects where I only have 6000 rpm spindle speed in my mill. Could even make the adapter fit in a 1 1/2" tool holder.

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    Precise Corporation does.

    But they only go up 180,000 rpm.

    http://www.precise.us/product_direct-shank.html
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    hi hu
    cut it in about 6 hours start to finish but as you know i was on it
    off it due to customers
    also my spindle is 6000 rpm max
    Hu mentioned toolpaths for other controller's
    if anybody want's i t
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    here is the bigger version
    thats a 25mm ballnose 190mm long
    (1" x 7.5" long)
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    and another all made with onecnc smt technolgy
    www.onecnc.com.au
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