Set of 10 Chinese end mills from eBay - are they good?

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Milling Aluminium Bottle Openers CNC 6040 Router

In this video I’m Milling an Aluminium Bottle Openers on my CNC 6040 Router. I wanted a good vice for my CNC Router for a long time but it took me a while to find one that was small enough to fit on my machine. ... This are the links with discount coupons to products used in this video: Heavy Duty Drill Press Vice Bench Clamp Woodworking Drilling Machine: (10% OFF Coupon:Elec) Double Face Rubber Hammer: (10% OFF Coupon:Elec) precision steel parallel: Double Flute Spiral End Mill Set : Ball Nose End Mills: ... Using a vice, instead of the t slot clamps that come with the CNC 6040 router, has some benefits. I want to test some face milling on Aluminium in the future so having a fixture that leaves the top surface without obstacles is necessary. The double flute carbide end mills that I used work reasonably well on Aluminium. In a small test cut I did before this video I got even a nice surface finish on the sides of the opener. Unfortunately I made a mistake by mounting the vice in the middle of the table. the flexing of the gauntry and the machine bed is the worst in this position. Like you can see in the video, the surface finish is pretty bad because these vibrations. I will make another video of these end mills because I think they have a good price quality ratio for everyone that starts with a cheap router like the CNC 6040. I’m thinking of keeping this beer opener design as a test workpiece for every new end mill I’m going to test on the CNC 6040 Router. They don’t take too long and the need several milling operations (face milling, pocket, contour, engraving and chamfer edge) Discount links to the stuff used in this video: Heavy Duty Drill Press Vice Bench Clamp Woodworking Drilling Machine: (10% OFF Coupon:Elec) Double Face Rubber Hammer: (10% OFF Coupon:Elec) precision steel parallel: Double Flute Spiral End Mill Set : Ball Nose End Mills: ................... music credits: First song Me 2 (Feat. Julian Avila) by LAKEY INSPIRED Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Second song Fresh Start by Joakim Karud Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported— CC BY-SA 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library

Reuse Broken End Mills

If you've ever spent any time milling I am sure you've also broken, crashed and snapped your fair share of end mills. They're expensive little things, so why should you throw them out just because they serve no purpose to make chips any more? Make something new from them instead! Follow and like Switch & Lever on: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Pinterest: Linkedin: And check out the Switch & Lever online store at: ------------------------------------------ Photos: fishes-00614_-_Prussian Carp [2281x1340]@G._1_12_ by Public Domain Birds-82-023 - Ostrich, Rhea, Ceram Cassowary, Kiwi by Public Domain Music: Josh Woodward - Swansong

QTR 24 BangGood 10mm Coated Carbide Milling Cutters

A review of some BangGood 10mm coated carbide cutters. Links: 15% off machinery parts: Please Note: I am a beginning machinist and I do not pretend to know everything. Please always operate machinery in a safe manner and if you don't know, find a reliable source. DO NOT COPY ME. I make a lot of mistakes. I provide these videos for entertainment only.

How to Cut Aluminum - Don't use a Cheap General Purpose End Mill

Please watch: "Buildyourcnc CNC Router on Love Yurts" --~-- Patrick's Tip Jar: bitcoin:1Gtawd29Sgu5CdvfUnkRg1YBfowCawjFdH Ether:0xa962365100011B79097A7bb9DD51A53eE98266bb If you have found this video to be helpful, consider making a tip. Thanks. We attempted to cut a thick block of aluminum using a cheap general purpose end mill which has less than desirable results. Music track: From Artist: Indikings Song: Opium Equipment that I use to make videos: Canon EOS Rebel: Macro Lens: Microphone: 3D Mouse to rotate/zoom/move the object (Must have for CAD!!!): The drafting pencil I use on these videos:

Plunge Milling - Great for Roughing & Slotting! WW205

Plunge milling! Got tricky, hard-to-access geometry? Plunge milling could be the answer! This is a great way to get MORE out of your mill. While it takes a little more effort to set up this toolpath, it's worth it! Today, instead of choking up, let's go all out and use a full length 4.1" (103 mm) TTS M12 Threaded Arbor + Shearhog to see what happens! Then, we'll use the plunge milling strategy in a more practical application: with a standard 1/4" (6.35 mm) end mill! Although traditional machining strategies "work" here, the question is: DO WE HAVE PROCESS RELIABILITY? ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Links for this video Fusion 360 Files: TTS M12 Threaded Arbor: Long | ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Reach us / CNC Info: Learn Fusion 360 Tutorials, Speeds & Feeds, Entrepreneurship Advice: NYC CNC on Facebook: Saunders Machine Works Instagram: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ I discovered machining as a young adult and am grateful to have found something I love and am able to share with others. We hope NYC CNC not only makes you a better machinist but helps you understand and learn more about how to succeed as a manufacturing entrepreneur! If you appreciate what you've learned in this video and the effort that went in to it, please share the video! If you REALLY liked it, feel free to become a Pro member at which has Fusion 360 tutorials, a Pro-members Forum, videos on learning CNC machining, and manufacturing entrepreneurship advice. Regards, John

Quick review of a set of 10 metric end mills i picked up from eBay.
Inexpensive, Chinese end mills - are they any good? Let's find out...

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