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by Luke
Mon 01 Apr , 2019 16:02 pm
Forum: Router 2600
Topic: Cutter Clogging Issues Machining Aluminium
Replies: 2
Views: 117

Re: Cutter Clogging Issues Machining Aluminium

What alloy are you machining and have you successfully machined it before. I ask because I machine parts from 6061 T6 from time to time and normally don't use any lubricant and it machines fine but a few years ago I got some from a local supplier that was very soft and gummy and even with lubricant...
by Luke
Wed 27 Mar , 2019 17:37 pm
Forum: Router 2600
Topic: Cutter Clogging Issues Machining Aluminium
Replies: 2
Views: 117

Cutter Clogging Issues Machining Aluminium

We're having issues machining 20mm holes in 2mm aluminium plate using a 6mm two flute end mill. I've had a look through the forum and tried all of the various settings recommended on other posts but no matter what I try the cutter clogs up and ends up dragging it's way through the plate. I'm just us...
by Luke
Mon 03 Dec , 2018 16:48 pm
Forum: QuickCAM / LaserCAM 2D Design
Topic: Failing to import .dxf
Replies: 4
Views: 657

Re: Failing to import .dxf

Somehow the issue seems to have sorted itself out!
by Luke
Wed 21 Nov , 2018 13:56 pm
Forum: QuickCAM / LaserCAM 2D Design
Topic: Failing to import .dxf
Replies: 4
Views: 657

Re: Failing to import .dxf

Test.dxf
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Hopefully that's attached. This is one of the many files and many versions of the same file that we've tried but have all failed to import.
by Luke
Tue 20 Nov , 2018 15:55 pm
Forum: QuickCAM / LaserCAM 2D Design
Topic: Failing to import .dxf
Replies: 4
Views: 657

Failing to import .dxf

Hi, I've had a search through the forum and can't seem to find a solution to my issue. Trying to import a .dxf file into QuickCAM 2D from Illustrator (or AutoCAD or Solidworks) and nothing seems to be happening. I can see the image on the preview panel when selecting the file but nothing actually ha...