This workpiece had a couple large open pockets so it was a good time to see the machine run at a high feedrate. Most of our parts are small in size so we don’t often have this opportunity.
The video was edited the video to remove some of the boring reposition movements. This machining method wasn't the quickest way in terms of total time, but was the only way to maximize the feedrates with no other considerations. We only had one workpiece to fabricate, so no time-tuning time was available. Maybe next time!
Destiny Tool Diamondback
3/4" diameter x 1.75" flute length
Spindle speed: 10,000 RPM
Radial depth of cut (max): .112" [15% of cutter diameter]
Axial depth of cut: .840"
Feedrate (max): 833-IPM
Chip load per tooth (max): 0.027"
Spindle load: 75%
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.