We are the first to admit we are a "One Trick Pony".
We do one thing. We can tell you, with precision, what speed a milling tool wants to run in a machine from what is called a tap-test. We can also tell you the depth of cut limits, but axial depth is usually pre-determined by the part program and the tool. Same with the radial engagement, but if we tell you that your trochoidal cut can take 20% instead of 10% we just doubled your productivity.
But, ah, SPEED.
Knowing the best speed means you can push your tools to their thermal and chip load limits with each tooth cutting equally to maximize tool life. Speaking of teeth, the right number of teeth will give you the best speed. The best speed will maximize metal removal rates, improve surface finish or accuracy (FYI-the best speed for each might be different). Knowing the best speed for multiple tools will help you choose the right tool for your application. Knowing the best speed will slash your setup times. Knowing the best speed will allow you to quote more competitively and win more work.
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