We stopped over to check on the tools during the show and spend some time with Tyler Bonde who tooled up the entire job.
Tyler has been following us on Instagram for a while and he reached out to us to help show off the capabilities on the Matsuura MX850 5 axis VMC during the IMTS 2016 show. Give him a follow @tcb1228 on Instagram!
In the video, Tyler explains how he is using the Diamondback rougher that not only cuts down his cycle time, when compared to insert style end mills, but also how the tools generate a manageable chip size that doesn't clog op his chip augers. We're planning on showing off the finished part at the PRI Trade Show (Performance Racing Industry) in December 2016.
All the tools running on the Matsuura MX850 5 axis VMC at the IMTS 2016 show where using Destiny Tool End Mills.
Check out the video and be sure to give @matsuurausa a follow on Instagram!
Destiny Tool product data now available for download to your CAD, CAM, & ERP system in ISO 13399, GTC format via MachiningCloud
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May 18, 2016 ― MachiningCloud, an Industry 4.0 solution provider helping customers make better tooling decisions, is proud to announce the immediate availability of Destiny Tool, a supplier of high performance end mills for use in non-ferrous and high temperature alloys, on the MachiningCloud App.
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