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Machine, Plastic Mold, Press Tool, Die Cast Tool, Jig - Fixture & Gauge, Tooling Industry, CAD/CAM
Extremely hard materials, exotic shapes: machining tools are often put to the test and their lifespan is sometimes limited. 𝐁𝐨𝐨𝐬𝐭𝐌𝐢𝐥𝐥𝐢𝐧𝐠 is a roughing strategy that removes material faster while increasing tool life. Let’s find out more about what BoostMilling is and how it can save you money. ✅ Switch from traditional machining to BoostMilling In traditional machining, the path of a tool on a part to be machined leads to inconsistent material removal, because of the complex geometries. This “pass taking” variable results in overloading the tool. With BoostMilling, machining is “smoother”, for both the tool and the machine. ➡️ Step over in traditional machining Decreasing the step over theoretically reduces the load. Therefore, going from 50 to 10 % of step over reduces the load by 40 %. Nevertheless, even in this configuration, the red areas in the previous diagram remain overloaded. ➡️ The problem of the inconsistent angle between tool and material Traditional tool paths also have two other disadvantages: The tool/material angle is too large, greater than 90° This angle varies too much ✅ The principle of BoostMilling BoostMilling allows you to keep a constant pass taking on the entire tool path. ..... ✅ Reduction of machining time ✅Increased tool life ✅Machine preservation ✅ Constant chip volumes ✅ Why is BoostMilling interesting? read more 👉