I would like to know, how a ceramc mill is produced
Love your videos you are the man! Could you do a video on milling 304 stainless. I’m having trouble milling with my face cutter. I have to mill very slow to keep from breaking the inserts. I use a 1.5” 5 “toothed” cutter I spin at 750rpm and feed at .002 per tooth only .100 deep about 75% radial depth.
I’m pretty certain Jr. was playing the harmonica behind the camera on this one…
what ceramic material it's made of?, is it zirconium oxide?!..🤔
hello, can someone explain what's the meaning of those parameters? wich one is the feedrate? SFM, RPM (I guess that revolutions per minute, IPM, IPR Thanks you so much!!
How do you do tool life monitoring as well as management of tools
Radial and axial depth?
Nice sound coming from the cutting. I could use that for ambient noise in making music, of course modified. 😂
If I were to die and reincarnate, I would like to come back to life as an end mill.
Awesome video! I like the "Boom Factor" lol.
Titan it's starting to look like a metal foundry with all of this orange color and I must say if I didn't see it here I wouldn't believe my eyes. Way to show how it's done Titan.
Wish this guy had his own TV show "machine shop rescue" and do like John taffer and straighten people's shops out show them how to save their business
Woh…very good. Kennametal cutting tool very good 👍🤗🤝
Boom factor on 110!?!!!
Wow, have used ceramic inserts on inconel but not seen a solid ceramic end mill, nice.
Brother, killing it again. That will definitely be my next machine.Love the "Boom Factor" and I'm gonna steal it.
Scary, but is it cost effective?
why is there no cooling?
The boom factor got me good 😂
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