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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    Whatever that is.....
    Swiss tool company. Very good tools, very expensive. For example we have an insert mill from them using HSS for finishing. I'm saving those inserts we have for special cases because I know our boss will NOT buy more.

    Take off with tools from Switzerland - ALESA AG

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    Quote Originally Posted by vr6 View Post
    did this information help you out??
    Yes, no time to do anything with it though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonlight machine View Post
    Yes, no time to do anything with it though.
    glad i could help you out,thanks for the reply

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    200 if removing torch scale and deep DOC?
    900 if already through and taking finish pass?

    I'm running one of their face mills currently, AND cutting through a LOT of torch scale!

    400SFM takes it pretty good.
    500 - sells more inserts.

    You go ahead and think narrower band width.



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    BTW - if you're running torched 304, you'd prolly be ecstatic to find a grade/edge prep that is rated down to 200.




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    You make my point. IT DEPENDS!

    And I can do the guesswork myself. Just posting 200-900sfm is pointless. Something like -

    300sfm starting point for roughing
    700sfm starting point for finishing

    Rant over

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    200 if removing torch scale and deep DOC?
    900 if already through and taking finish pass?

    I'm running one of their face mills currently, AND cutting through a LOT of torch scale!

    400SFM takes it pretty good.
    500 - sells more inserts.

    You go ahead and think narrower band width.



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    BTW - if you're running torched 304, you'd prolly be ecstatic to find a grade/edge prep that is rated down to 200.




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    The SMax is a nice facemill by Ingersoll I like using on a variety of steels we machine here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shawnrs View Post
    The SMax is a nice facemill by Ingersoll I like using on a variety of steels we machine here.
    the Smax line is still a very popular line and we continue to produce inserts in our popular grades. if you get a chance, take a look our newer offering from ingersoll, its called Gold Max 4.

    Gold Max 4

    not sure what size cutter you have but the Gold Max 4 line is still a tangentially mounted insert

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    if you happened to be at Southtec 2019 this week in Greenville SC and stopped by the ingersoll cutting tools booth, can you please share your experience with me, thanks.

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    YouTube

    new cutter from ingersoll, Gold Quad 16 hi feed mill

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    How does that differ from my 5M6M-40R30 ???


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ox View Post
    How does that differ from my 5M6M-40R30 ???


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    your is the 19mm IC size insert used in a mid feed mill 30 degree lead angle.

    the new cutter in the photo is a 16mm ic insert hi feed mill 12 degree lead angle.

    besides the lead angle and a smaller insert, it has a lower acquisition point.

    EDP: 2905554 - Part Number: 5M6M-40R30 - Series: 5M5M, 5M6M Mid-Feed Face Mill

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    Hello. We have this old not-used-for-many-years Ingersoll shoulder mill which has happened to come in handy recently. Apparently, the model name was written by pencil and is washed out. The "SPE 55" fits in first and last row (axially). We're about to buy the rest. Do you know the model name of this mill and type of the inserts that ought to be used?

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    Quote Originally Posted by readysetgo View Post
    Hello. We have this old not-used-for-many-years Ingersoll shoulder mill which has happened to come in handy recently. Apparently, the model name was written by pencil and is washed out. The "SPE 55" fits in first and last row (axially). We're about to buy the rest. Do you know the model name of this mill and type of the inserts that ought to be used?

    img_20191113_113837.jpg
    thanks for your question. i need some more information if you can help me out. do you have a photo of the inserts that you have already? do you have the actual package of the inserts as well? i see a tag on the inside of the cutter body, can you share a photo of that too?

    what are the dimensions of the inserts and the cutter body.

    if its an spe-55 insert, these go back to the late 80's very early 90's and we do have new inventory of out latest grades. what material are you cutting as well.

    if your outside of the usa. product numbers change so i want to make sure you get the correct part number when ordering more inserts.

    thanks...

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    whoa so that's like $2-$3k to fill that cutter up with inserts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Volitan View Post
    whoa so that's like $2-$3k to fill that cutter up with inserts?
    Yup, welcome to the big cutter world.
    Try to fill this 20 inch internal milling cutter with all custom tools and the part it makes is only 2 inches in diameter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vr6 View Post
    thanks for your question. i need some more information if you can help me out. do you have a photo of the inserts that you have already? do you have the actual package of the inserts as well? i see a tag on the inside of the cutter body, can you share a photo of that too?

    what are the dimensions of the inserts and the cutter body.

    if its an spe-55 insert, these go back to the late 80's very early 90's and we do have new inventory of out latest grades. what material are you cutting as well.

    if your outside of the usa. product numbers change so i want to make sure you get the correct part number when ordering more inserts.

    thanks...
    Thanks for your reply. I only have the lateral inserts which are "SPE 55 R02/L02", as I mentioned before. The cutter's diameter is supposedly 350 mm (I can't measure it exactly because of no inserts!) and I gotta cut copper with it.

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    Do you have an inventory in Europe, too?

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    What does a person run a cutter like that in?
    A large Hydrotel?


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    Quote Originally Posted by readysetgo View Post
    Thanks for your reply. I only have the lateral inserts which are "SPE 55 R02/L02", as I mentioned before. The cutter's diameter is supposedly 350 mm (I can't measure it exactly because of no inserts!) and I gotta cut copper with it.

    img_20191113_140315.jpg

    img_20191113_225619.jpg

    Do you have an inventory in Europe, too?
    is there no engraving anywhere on the cutter body at all? anything that large should have an engraving somewhere on the cutter body. should (fingers crossed)

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    europe edp # 5800496 for SPE-55R002, no inventory but ingersoll Haiger in germany does have the blanks to produce the inserts

    europe edp # 5886086 for SPE-55L03, no inventory and no blanks available either to produce new inserts

    usa edp # 8440012 will work for your Left Hand needs. different grade but will work for cutting copper.

    best to reach out to your local Ingersoll Rep or who you purchase tooling from to move forward with your request.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarbideBob View Post
    Yup, welcome to the big cutter world.
    Try to fill this 20 inch internal milling cutter with all custom tools and the part it makes is only 2 inches in diameter.
    Bob

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