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MFG320017 - Boosting Shop Productivity by Applying High-Efficiency Milling Techniques

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Whether you’re new to computer numerical control (CNC) machining or you’ve been machining for 30 years, high-efficiency milling (HEM) techniques can result in profound shop efficiency never seen before. In this session, we’ll cover key topics that include: an overview of HEM; qualifying proper applications for HEM; how to select the right end mills; speeds, feeds, and running parameters for adaptive clearing toolpaths; advanced tool-holding techniques for more aggressive runs; and how to introduce HEM into a shop’s workflow


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Learn about speeds, feeds, and running parameters for adaptive clearing toolpaths
Learn about advanced tool-holding techniques for more aggressive runs
Learn how to introduce high-efficiency milling into a shop's workflow
Learn how to qualify proper applications for high-efficiency milling strategies
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Machining, Subtractive Manufacturing
Fusion 360
FeatureCAM, HSM, PowerMill
Attendees should have a basic understanding of CAM systems, cutting tools, machining strategies, and ideally would be working in a machine shop or subtractive manufacturing setting.
Machinist, Manufacturing Engineer, Student
Machinists, CNC Programmers, Tooling Engineers, Fusion/Powermill/FeautureCAM/HSM users
Exploring industry practice and workflows
Intermediate
Machine Tools, Manufacturing, Subtractive Manufacturing
1 hour
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