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drilling and milling stainless steel sheet on a mini mill

Discussion in 'CNC Mills/Routers' started by mp1001, Jul 3, 2020.

  1. mp1001

    mp1001 New

    Jul 3, 2020
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    my first cnc hole (with a lip), done on a mini mill (in stainless steel sheet :jawdrop:) . I might remachine it with a much smaller finishing pass - see if I can improve on the slight, albeit uniform, imperfection on the corners. It might be the best tolerance the machine can do, yet - I guess I'll find out !

    (Milling is of an ABS-backed 1mm stainless steel sheet using a 90 Degree Point, 2 Flute, Micrograin Carbide
    AlTiN Coated drill and Carbide 2 Flute AITiN-coated End Mill )

    Corner radius is 3.35mm, drill/mill diameter 6mm

    #1 mp1001, Jul 3, 2020
    Last edited: Jul 3, 2020
  2. Giarc

    Giarc OpenBuilds Team
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    Jan 24, 2015
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    Looks good! Better than my first unintentional attempt at stainless. It was a piece mixed in with aluminum off-cuts at my local metal yard...and I assumed it was brushed aluminum. I even checked it with a magnet. :rolleyes: The part worked, but it wasn't pretty.
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