The inner workings of a Speedsynchro unit are shown in detail.
This is Mastercam's dynamic toolpath, cutting A2 tool steel with an EMUGE 4XD 16mm Trochoidal series carbide end mill. The holder is an Emuge FPC chuck that is available with an anti-pullout pin-lock system. Cut on a Haas UMC 750 CNC machining center.
This video shows the possibilities of modern 5 axis milling released by Hermle, EMUGE and hyperMILL. This masterpiece of an aluminum high heel shoe model is a joint project by Hermle, EMUGE and OPEN MIND and was shown at the 2014 IMTS Show.
A demonstration of the milling process for a turbine blade using a 5-Axis CNC machining center. An Emuge TiNox-Cut carbide end mill is used to rough out the part shape. The performance of a Circle Segment / Barrel Form carbide end mill is used to finish the blade is then contrasted to a traditional cutter path of a ball nose, Jet-Cut style carbide end mill.
A demonstration of a trochoidal milling in P20 tool steel material. The video shows a Series 2533L extra length (3xD) Trochiod Carbide End Mill being used as a roughing and super finishing tool in the same application. The chip breaking flute design allows the end mill to operate at full depth with minimal radial depth of cut. Chips are broken into smaller segments that are quickly evacuated.
The versatility of the Multi-Cut carbide end mill with a roughing flute profile is demonstrated in P20 tool steel. The video clip shows a slotting, periphery milling and pocket milling application with the same end mill. The center cutting, NR roughing flute profile allows for plunge and side milling at extremely high feed rates.
The Top-Cut VAR is a variable helix carbide end mill designed to be used in a wide range of materials and cutting strategies. This video shows a ½” diameter Top-Cut VAR milling at full depth in 4140 material using a trochoidal milling strategy and then a finishing pass. The Top-Cut VAR is the most economical milling solution for today’s high paced manufacturing environment.
Instructional animation showing how the thread forming process works. The video demonstrates how material is displaced rather than cut and the slight “fish mouth” that is formed at the crest of each thread. Formed threads are stronger than cut threads and the tapping time is less.