Using an index-able 1.25" drill and 90 degree as the cutting angle, drill cycle 1 bottoming. when the drill initially starts to cut the feed is slowed for .6" then picks up to programmed rate. I'm think that is to help a standard drill to get a good straight start. The problem with the index-able drill is that in aluminum the chips initially are too thin and don't break well and make a rats nest from time to time.
Would it be better to choice another drill cycle or use "other tool" with bar in to avoid this slow initial feed? I swear that I have never had this problem before so I'm thinking its the wrong drill cycle or tool definition. The manual says nothing about initial feed rate.