A typical car tire on the highway at 60 MPH is rotating at 700 RPM. If a wheel and tire assembly loses one of its balancing weights, you would immediately feel the forced vibration in the steering wheel and the ride of the car. If not fixed, over time the tire would wear unevenly and the bearings in the wheel hub (and other components impacted by the vibration) would likely fail sooner.
Knowing this, why do we put a minimum limit (e.g.>10,000 RPM) on balancing tool assemblies in CNC machines?
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