Ramp in Length

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Ramp in Length

Postby Thom Davies » Thu, Jun 07 2012, 10:10PM

Hello!

What is the way to work out the perfect ramp in length for a cutter? Im Using a 12.7mm 2 Flute Cutter.

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Re: Ramp in Length

Postby Brad McIntosh » Fri, Jun 08 2012, 8:43AM

Thom,

I think I saw somewhere that the ideal ramp angle for a particular tool may be something that the tool manufacturer should be able to provide.

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Re: Ramp in Length

Postby jason galbraith » Mon, Jun 11 2012, 5:41PM

From my experience tool manufacturers/suppliers in the Southern Hemisphere know very little about their products other than what is written in their books :/
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