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    Default OSG Mega Muscle Drill Video

    I'm not in love with the name, but it is impressive. They claim 1.5 to 2 times the chip load of a standard carbide drill.

    The real fun starts at 2:50 when they drill 6.8mm holes in cast iron at 650IPM.


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    Jesus Christ

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    re: 2:50

    I... it... teh.... i don't even

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    Jesus Christ
    Even Jesus Christ is looking at that like this !!!!!

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    Whoa. I think I am going to have to give these a try!

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    So you just program the drill with a G0? G0 Z-2.0

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    This will work on a Taig, right?

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    Hell, yes! I think it would chew right through a Taig!


    Rex

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Welden View Post
    So you just program the drill with a G0? G0 Z-2.0
    Hell, 670 IPM is faster than the rapids on some of my machines.

    Had I not seen this on video I'da bet money it wasn't even possible.

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    And I thought that ridgid tapping video was something else, wow.

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    I'm off to trademark a logo showing a three-flute drill. Wonder why they chose a four-flute for their logo? That's pretty quick.

    Chip

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    Wow

    For 4140 steel with 10.3mm drill
    I am only getting

    SFM: 175 f/min
    RPM: 1649
    APT: 0.00424 in/rev
    Feed: 20.96 in/min
    MRR: 2.7 in^3/min
    HP: 1.8
    Torque: 68.4 in-lb
    Breaking Torque: 94.9 in-lb

    Their feed should generate 116.7 in-lb of torque...

    Heh and someone was saying my calculator was crazy.....

    Seriously they are showing 170% Feed any sane person would ever recommend.

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    And what happens if the drill breaks at 600 IPM? Yikes.

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    Same thing that happens when you set your tool length offset a couple inches too short

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    Wow... that is something else.

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    ....waiting for the 'its only cast iron' comment....

    seriously though, I've crashed drills at slower speeds!

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    What they don't show you, is the guy brushing on some moly-dee before they hit cycle start.

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    I liked the part where they drilled the holes.

    "Mega Muscle Drill"? Well it is from Japan so that sounds about right.

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    Hmm. I guess I would have to drill @ rapid with my HAAS

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    I don't have enough coolant flow or fixture support for a drill I am using from Dormer, in al, now sandvik R587. Their starting feeds and speeds were mach f'ing booking and mach f'ing booking... I settled at 7000 and 120ipm. Which at a 10.3mm diameter ain't too shabby, less than half their recommended feed, but this is mostly due to the lack of support on the fixture. That being said, I find what they are doing in Iron to be a bit obsurd... ie .024 per tooth.. I don't see how a 6.something mm drill can handle that once it dulls up a little bit...


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