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Offline Bob La Londe

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Using the Built in Speed Feed Calculator
« on: August 27, 2014, 16:59:44 pm »
I have been using external calculators for quite some time that have a lot of good data built in.  As a result I can't seem to really get a good grasp of how to make use of the built in speed feed calculator.  A totorial of how to use it for decent rtesults in two or three different types of material would sure be helpful.  Then I can use it as one more tool to double check my calculated speeds and feeds. 
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Offline EddyCurrent

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Re: Using the Built in Speed Feed Calculator
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2014, 18:50:04 pm »
If I had enough information about it I would do a spreadsheet based calculator
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