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Feed and Speed Calculation

11/12/2006 7:49 AM

Does anybody knows a Program that calculate Feeds / Speed based on a Material - Database? I wand to eleminate to search in Papers and Books from the Tool -manufacturer ?

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Re: Feed and Speed Calculation

11/13/2006 11:57 AM

program? are you computer addicted? the Machinery's Handook has all anyone needs about feeds & speeds and materials. Read a littlebit. Test tomorrow

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Re: Feed and Speed Calculation

11/13/2006 12:19 PM

Kenametal use to give out slide rule calculators for speed and feed. I am sure they are still available. I have wore out more than one over the years.

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Re: Feed and Speed Calculation

11/13/2006 2:28 PM

Check out Michael Rainey's web site:

http://mrainey.freeservers.com/ ME Consultant 2.x

I have the free version -- it is a quick check for general machining operations. For more detailed information on specific materials or procedures the Machinery Handbook is definitive.

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Re: Feed and Speed Calculation

11/14/2006 2:04 PM

Hi,

I just wanted to say that the free version of ME Consultant isn't available at my website any longer. The commercial version, ME Consultant Professional, goes far beyond being "just" a powerful machining calculator. It uses the machining calculations to create an interactive, detailed cost analysis of your complete, multi-tool machining job. There are lots of other tools included in MEPro to help with your planning. Very easy to use, a few mouse clicks get most of it done.

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