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    Module Gear Cutter Arbor Plans

    Make this ridged little gear cutter arbor to hold metric gear cutters with a 22mm bore



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    Last edited by rossbotics; 08-25-2016 at 01:41 AM.
    Happy Machining

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    I like your plans a lot, but don't you think that 6,000 - 10,000 RPM is far too fast? I don't where to find grinding wheels that are rated for that speed.

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    Hi mtwheatlley
    i have grinding wheels that are rated for 10,000 rpm's, they do internal grinding on my tool post grinder, you want find a standard r-8 spindle milling machine machine that turns 10,000 rpm's, my mill will run up to 3150 with no vibrations.
    Look at it this way, the slot you will mill into the body for the cutting tool for example will be replaced by the cutting tool, so the weight of the cutting tool is pretty close to the amount of stock you have removed, and visa versa for the set screws.

    Hope this helped

    Thanks for your comment Doug
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    I think you must have this post mixed up with another post, nowhere does it say anything about 6-10,000 rpm's

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