Re: [SherlineCNC] Re: Re: Small cutters, don't want to break 'em
- Just saw this question, must have missed it from a few days ago.
Yes, I run them flat-out since I am speed limited by the spindle.
Daniel J. Statman, Statman Designs
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jeff Jones" <cnc@...>
Sent: Friday, January 30, 2004 4:48 PM
Subject: Re: [SherlineCNC] Re: Re: Small cutters, don't want to break 'em
> In either case, do you run them flat out? Or do you have a
> tachometer for them?
> > From: "Statman Designs, LLC" <titanium@...>
> > Subject:
> > I would definitely try the CNC on a budget spindle first. For about
> $100 it
> > comes with the Sherline mount and is a quality piece of equipment. I
> made a
> > mistake on my Foredom equipment, it is 20000 RPM, not 30000.Here is
> what I
> > have been using for the past 2 weeks, so I have no longer term data.
> > http://www.foredom.com/html_files/series_h.html
> > I have the 44HT handpiece, and it seems to work fine. If it stops
> > then I will get the 25H, but it is $85 more.
> > Daniel J. Statman, Statman Designs
> > www.statmandesigns.com
> > dan.statman@...
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- I hear that. Being stuck at only 2800 RPM or so. <sigh>
> Just saw this question, must have missed it from a few days ago.
> Yes, I run them flat-out since I am speed limited by the spindle.
> Daniel J. Statman, Statman Designs