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Highfeed Seco tool geometry

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kristoW3KDA
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Highfeed Seco tool geometry

Hi,

 

Could you help me for defining the Seco high feed mill. Which tool type I need to use to get this working properly?
Tool link: https://www.secotools.com/article/p_02789702

Used to do only face milling operation, but I need to do 3d adaptive. In the simulation the tool not leave the right stock to next operations. 

Currently using this kind of geometry(see the pictures in attachment).

 

Many thanks!

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DarthBane55
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In your link, you can see the data "programming radius" with value 0.071".  Then there is a small picture, showing the difference between that radius and the actual insert shape.  It is usually close enough for roughing, they provide this info to help make programming simpler.  I would use bullmill with radius 0.071" in this case.

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