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Cutting Plastic on CNC Router Table – ShopSabre CNC


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  1. Hi. I work in a shop using a Kongsberg cutter. I’m a total novice though and our last guy that was supposed to teach me isn’t there anymore (didn’t know what he was doing anyway).
    I’m fine on regular blade cutting, but milling is still a challenge. I was trying to figure out the speed, rpm, number of passes, all that stuff. Do you have a guide of some kind that recommends all that based on the material?

  2. Nice! Pretty sure that’s my machine! Has the ConoPoint…I know it’s an IS408…and my machine had some of those plastic chips on it when it arrived. (No complaints!)

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