How to solve Chips in milling machine?


by wise318
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wise318
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Oct11-08, 10:18 PM
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1)Anyone can figure out the chips problem due to milling a glass material BK7.?
2) I am using Ichikawa Milling machine where the table rotate and the spindle rotate to mill the material. After do ralf cutting which I set the speed to 60. It produces chips on the edges of the piece.
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Oct11-08, 10:24 PM
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Welcome to PF, Wise. You might need to clarify your question. I've had limited experience with machine tools, and your terminology is meaningless to me.
I've never heard of 'ralf-cutting', and your number '60' could mean anything from rpm's to depth of cut in thousandths. Please be more specific.

edit: As to the '60', I know that you said that the speed was set to '60', but that could still indicate a progressive depth vs. time as opposed to just rpm's.
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Oct12-08, 04:35 PM
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First thing I would try is to take a lighter cut at a higher speed with a slower feed rate.


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