"A roughing operation on these mounting bracket workpieces. Shown in the video is a Destiny Tool Diamondback for roughing, then a Destiny Tool Viper is used for finishing.
Cutting parameters: 10,000-RPM, 0.5" full width of cut, 0.505" depth of cut, 0.0073-IPT, 56 in^3/min. The machine was running about 85% load during the high points, but we found the toolholder couldn't retain the endmill if we pulled any harder.
We tried an alternate toolpath running 1.010" depth of cut, but the toolholder limited the cutting to 0.0035-IPT. The material removal rate was slightly less using the method shown in the video, so we reverted back."
In 2011 they created a subdivision called Nummech which is meant to specifically support non-industrial products and services. Through this brand they sell a number of parts and equipment made for camera components, paintball accessories, vehicle parts, lighting accessories, and others. They provide OEM products for several companies looking to maintain a foothold in US-based production.