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FSWizard Speed and Feed Calculator

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The best online cnc speed and feed calculator FSWizard is also available as an app for iPhone and Android.

CNC Milling and Turning Speed and Feed Calculator For Machinists on the palm of your hand!

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Calculate cutting conditions simply by choosing your work and tool material.
No need to know any numbers.
FSWizard will automatically use recommended cutting speed and chip load

  • Made by a machinist for machinists
  • Improve productivity and optimize tool life
  • Speeds and Feeds for Milling, Drilling, Tapping and Turning
  • Suggests optimum machining cut depth and balances cutting parameters.
  • Calculates Chip thinning and Speeds and Feeds for HSM machining
  • Power estimation, Recommended Depth/Width of Cut for extra-long cutters
  • Built in tap drill calculator to calculate not only cutting speed and feed , but also drill dia in accordance with desired thread engagement
  • Drill and Tap charts for both imperial and metric systems
  • Oblique Triangle Calculator
  • Fillet Calculator will find tangent points to a circle and two lines
  • Machinists Bolt Hole Circle and Line Calculators
  • It just does it all
  • Tools: Solid and Indexable EndMill, FaceMill, Solid and Indexable drills, Profiling and Grooving

  • Free version has no limitations other than it calculates Speeds and Feeds for the following groups materials:

--Eldar Gerfanov

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By Eldar Gerfanov

September 15, 2017, 3:15 pm
Updated by: admin September 17, 2017, 5:53 pm

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Good day, Eldar
If calculating for thread mill, radio buttons for external/internal selector are both stuck and non-functional.
Win7, Vivaldi browser (chrome fork)
 
Hi,
Indeed so
Will fix it next!
Thank's for letting me know.
Edit: Just fixed the issue in the latest update!

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By Adrian

October 22, 2017, 1:36 pm

Hi,
I have one remark: If one opted for ISO (mm) please display the feedrate, the machining speed and the chipload (the information which is shown on the blue menu line on the top) in the same unit system.
Regards,
Adrian
PS. OS: LINUXCNC Xfce Desktop Environment, Browser: Iceweasel

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By Eldar Gerfanov

October 26, 2017, 7:24 am

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Hi,
I have one remark: If one opted for ISO (mm) please display the feedrate, the machining speed and the chipload (the information which is shown on the blue menu line on the top) in the same unit system.
Regards,
Adrian
PS. OS: LINUXCNC Xfce Desktop Environment, Browser: Iceweasel

 Tap on the blue header and choose In/mm for results in your preferred units.

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By Adrian

October 27, 2017, 2:56 am

Hi Eldar,
Thank you for the answer.
Now testing under W7/64 IE11 , (and G chrome)
Pressed the blue line then I had to press again on mm button to have the data displayed PARTIALLY in ISO units. I think that defining the input data in one  unit system the result should be displayed in the same measuring system
Pressing the blue line doesn't show ALL the data in ISO units.  For example milling work aluminium 2 flute 6 mm dia, 1 mm DOC, 6 mm woc, some of the results are still shown as
<div class="cell narrow"><span class="label"><span>MRR:</span></span> <span class="field"><span id="result_tool_real_mrr">0.78</span> <span class="legend">in^3/min</span>        </span></div>
<div class="cell narrow"><span class="label"><span>Power:</span></span> <span class="field"><span id="result_tool_real_hp">0.37</span> <span class="legend">HP</span>              </span></div>
<div class="cell narrow"><span class="label"><span>Torque:</span></span> <span class="field"><span id="result_tool_real_torque">27.39</span> <span class="legend">in-lb</span></span></div>
<div class="cell narrow"><span class="label"><span>Breaking Torque:</span></span> <span class="field"><span>0</span> <span class="legend">in-lb</span></span></div>
<div class="cell narrow"><span class="label"><span>Cutting Force:</span></span> <span class="field"><span id="result_tool_real_force">101.45</span> <span class="legend">lb</span> </span></div>
<div class="cell narrow">
</div>
<div class="cell narrow"><span class="field">Regards,</span></div>
<div class="cell narrow"><span class="field">Adrian
</span></div>

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By Eldar Gerfanov

October 27, 2017, 2:05 pm
Updated by: admin October 27, 2017, 2:06 pm

Hmm. I will check it out.
I still think having separate units for result and input is very useful.....
I often calculate data for metric tools but still use imperial results because CAM is set up like this.
Thanks for feedback!

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By Dimitri

October 31, 2017, 12:31 pm

I'd be interested in buying this product but I can't seem to figure out how it works.  First off, when you input the data required above - where is the resulting data that I would then use with our softare to create the paths. (i.e. I use Fusion 360).  So I'm basically trying to calculate the maximum and most efficient cutting depth using a 1/2" endmill at 24,000rpm. When you enter the data above, where does it spit it out?
Was I making the wrong assumption about what it would potentially tell me? - I.e. if you know what RPM youre using and the size of endmill (and type of endmill) you should get a decent picture of the maximum depth and cutting speed you can use.
Finally, I know everyone is a critic, but seriously, why the little "keyboard" above? Why add that extra item? I have a keyboard I'm using right now, and I also have a native keyboard on my mobile device (I installed your app only to find out that my native keyboard isn't used - but this crappy 0-9 keyboard instead.)  
I'm willing to buy this app for your list price if the above works. However, right now I can't seem to get the data necessary to get what I want.

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By Dimitri

October 31, 2017, 12:34 pm

I just realized why the results above made no sense - didn't realize I could select material (had steel instead of wood) selected.  Can't wait to see the results.
Thanks

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By Adrian

November 1, 2017, 3:54 pm

Hi Eldar,
It depends, for example I have built my CNC using only metric sized components (lead screws, rails) I have no use for Imperial units , my linuxcnc is set up in mm, so, for me it's of no use to have the results shown in other unit. If I have to use the surfacing tool which is 3/4" I prefer measure it and in fact it is 19.20 mm instead of 19.05 mm, so when programming the  tool I enter the real value of it. and it's easier for me to imagine a feed of 1000mm/min or to imagine a cutting speed of 100 m/min.. Perhaps a setting in program to give us the option to chose what we prefer will be the best thing.
And I have to agree with Dimitri, the virtual keyboard makes no sense. Sorry!

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By Eldar Gerfanov

November 2, 2017, 4:06 pm

You can disable the virtual keyboard by selecting "native keyboard"in ||| -> settings

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By Ron Krause

November 3, 2017, 12:10 pm

21/32" information is missing from the drill chart.
.65625 Inch

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