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    I've used one of the 1/2" units as well but that tool only has maybe two hours in-cut on annealed 4140, so not too much feedback yet.

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    Here is a video of a 1.25" Seco high feed running. I can push that about 50% harder based on a little testing I got done. Gonna run that tomorrow maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Finsta View Post
    Here is a video of a 1.25" Seco high feed running. I can push that about 50% harder based on a little testing I got done. Gonna run that tomorrow maybe.
    Good lord, look at this sickout. How does this work at these feed speeds...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbideBob View Post
    Good lord, look at this sickout. How does this work at these feed speeds...
    Nearly all the cutting force is axial into the spindle. These things are great for deep pockets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Finsta View Post
    Here is a video of a 1.25" Seco high feed running. I can push that about 50% harder based on a little testing I got done. Gonna run that tomorrow maybe.
    Which one is that? The High-Feed-2, or the High-Feed-4?

    If it's the HF4 - You have GOT to try that in the 2", 8-flute face-mill body. That is the sweetest sounding cutter I've ever heard. Smooth, and purrs like a healthy V8. (I'm not really kidding either...)

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    It's the High Feed 2 with the LP06 size inserts. They make them up to 3" IIRC and I've run up to the 2".

    Today I had her sped up to about 1350SFM (4150rpm) and 430IPM and she just purrs in a Maritool dual contact holder. Well, until it gets to the bottom of the through-bore and starts pushing the little puck down until it gets cut away. That sounds like a cat is dying in the machine while a terrible high school band tunes up and a hobo plays a kazoo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick Finsta View Post
    Here is a video of a 1.25" Seco high feed running. I can push that about 50% harder based on a little testing I got done. Gonna run that tomorrow maybe.
    Couldnt open that here at work unfortunately. Also after talking with a tool rep he suggested "WORTH". Never heard of them and cant find anything of them online. Anyone know anything about them?


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