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hoezap
09-02-2013, 01:21 PM
Hello


thank you for entering inmy post


I need a good and simpletooling catalogue I can download on-line about main tools like:
twist drills coated andhss,
drills with tips,
profile mills with tips,
coated mills for profileand flat face
face mills with tips


however if you have somesuggestion about good tooling catalogue on Ebay or Amazon will bevery appreciative too


Thank you in advance foryour help

D.C.
09-02-2013, 04:05 PM
have you tried gwizard?

hoezap
09-02-2013, 04:32 PM
have you tried gwizard?


Thank you D.C.

gwizard looks interesting do you have any experince with this software do I need to pay for that

is it safe?

please tell me more about it

thank you in advance for your help

m_c
09-02-2013, 07:13 PM
hsmadviser (paid for, but with free trial period) or fswizard (online only version) are good for calculations and some default values, however the sites appear to be down just now. HSMAdvisor : Feed And Speed Wizard For Fast Metal Removal (http://hsmadvisor.com/) and CNC Tricks Home (http://zero-divide.net/)

I've got the install file for hsmadviser on my laptop, that I could email you if you want.


As for catalogues, I can't really find any that have the required information in an easy to find format.
Cromwell have thier catalogue online, but only as individual pages, so finding the charts can take some time.


Just done a quick search, and the seco catalogue has speed/feed data in it for various cutters - http://www.secotools.com/CorpWeb/Products/Milling/Highfeedmilling/gb_hfm_brochure_lr.pdf

D.C.
09-02-2013, 07:59 PM
Thank you D.C.

gwizard looks interesting do you have any experince with this software do I need to pay for that

is it safe?

please tell me more about it

thank you in advance for your help
there is a 30 day free trial and I'm not sure what you mean by 'safe'.

It is genuine software not malware if that is what you meant, if you were asking if you can just 100% rely on the figures being perfect for every single cnc machine ever built then no, you may need to tweak the feeds and speeds so that they are appropriate for each individual machine. That is why machinists still have jobs. ;)

hoezap
09-02-2013, 08:06 PM
hsmadviser (paid for, but with free trial period) or fswizard (online only version) are good for calculations and some default values, however the sites appear to be down just now. HSMAdvisor : Feed And Speed Wizard For Fast Metal Removal (http://hsmadvisor.com/) and CNC Tricks Home (http://zero-divide.net/)

I've got the install file for hsmadviser on my laptop, that I could email you if you want.


Just done a quick search, and the seco catalogue has speed/feed data in it for various cutters - http://www.secotools.com/CorpWeb/Products/Milling/Highfeedmilling/gb_hfm_brochure_lr.pdf

Thank you very much M_C

anything you can send me I will appreciate

once again thank you very much indeed for your time

hoezap
09-02-2013, 08:17 PM
Thank you very much indeed D.C. for your help

Wombilly
12-02-2013, 02:35 AM
www.cncroutershop.co.uk (http://www.cncroutershop.co.uk) are your best bet.

hoezap
12-02-2013, 12:12 PM
Thank you Wombilly

however I cant find any catalogue there