1. #1
    Anybody done work with Corian on thier CNC Router?

    I have required some and would like to know it`s cutting do`s and do nots



  2. #2
    it cuts real nice , carbide bits work great

    i cut around 3000mm/min at 12-15k rpm , 3mm doc on a 6mm end mill

    finishing, i try use .3mm stepover or less , but it sands and polishes real easy, just go thru all your grades of paper starting at 220 grit up to 2000 grit

    cant think of any do's and donts :S

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    Thanks for the info,

    Been playing with bits of Corian today and been well impressed and as you say polish out scratches and edge cuts easy,
    I have used Carbide and HSS bits both have performed well.
    I looked at the COSSH sheet for harmfull dust etc nothing really to worry about,

    Golden stuff



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