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By Jncarabello

November 24, 2018, 5:55 pm

Dry vs wet SFM

New to hsmadvisor been having decent luck with it but was wondering if the sfm is based on wet or dry cutting . Most of the time I have to cut the sfm down by 50% or so to get good tool life in im using coolant but have found chupload to be pretty accurate. Thanks !

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Eldar Gerfanov

November 24, 2018, 6:36 pm

Hi,

The SFM is recommemded based on Ideal conditions.

Which means for example for Aluminum and Gummy Stainless coolant is expected.

Also coolant is expected for all HSS tools.

I had plans to incorporate coolant into the equation, but was unable to reliably get proper recommendations. There is always exception to rules.

Please check this guide for details:
https://hsmadvisor.com/?page=help&shell_id=241&article_id=4431_tool-material-and-coating-application-guide

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