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Types of woodworking milling cutters How to use woodworking milling cutters?

What is a woodworking cutter? Woodworking milling cutter is an extremely special tool. In the case of carpenters, this milling cutter is a special "ghost axes" that can help them process every special material. Woodworking milling cutters are widely used for processing planes, forming surfaces, mortises, tenons, slots and carvings in joinery production. Compared with milling cutters for metal cutting, woodworking milling cutters have larger rake and back angles in order to obtain a sharp edge and reduce cutting resistance. So do you know how to use woodworking cutters? What are the types of woodworking milling cutters? The following editor will give you an introduction.

Introduction to woodworking milling cutter:

Woodworking milling cutter is a cutting tool to process wood into the required shape and size. There are two types of woodworking milling cutters: hand-use and machine-use. Machine-use woodworking milling cutters are used in batch and mass production.

Woodworking cutter types:

1. The shaving straight knife is the most widely used milling cutter, which can be used in various operations such as trimming, boarding, boring, tenon making and engraving. Trimming machines most commonly use 6mm milling cutters, and woodworking engraving machines often use 12mm milling cutters. The main reason is that the size of the milling cutter is the same as the shank diameter, which is more convenient in operation, and the price of the milling cutter is relatively cheap.

2. There are two types of trimming knives, single-pillar and double-pillar, which are mainly used in trimming operations. Two points, three points and four points are commonly used. The bearing of the trimming knife and the blade are in a straight line, so it is very convenient and accurate to trim straight or curved lines. It is often used in the wood decoration industry. There is also a milling cutter with a bearing above the blade, called a back button cutter, which is very suitable for milling table operations.

3. The flat feather knife, the width from the blade to the bearing is only 6mm, which is narrower than the T-shaped groove line knife. It saves wood when joining the board, so it is often used in the half-groove edge-joining operation.

4. Triangular shuttle knife is generally used to make dovetail tenon. It can be used with dovetail tenoning machine and can also be used for milling dovetail groove and dovetail jigsaw. The angle of the dovetail is different due to the difference between soft and hard wood. European and American wood craftsmen generally use 1:8 for hardwood and 1:6 for softwood to determine the angle, while woodworkers in Taiwan often use the angle to calculate directly. If you want to make dovetail tenons with different angles, you need to order a special triangular shuttle knife. You need to find a professional woodworking tool store.

How to use woodworking cutter?

1. Before use, apply protective oil

When woodworking milling cutters are working, you must pay attention to it. Its milling cutters are very easy to detach from the spring clamp, or even fall off, which is not uncommon. Therefore, if the milling cutter is used frequently, it must be coated with anti-rust oil. This oil film can protect its spring clip and form a layer of tightening force to ensure that the milling cutter does not fall off, so that it will not hurt the user. Nor will the product be scrapped.

2. In the middle of use, use vibration to cut

When using a woodworking milling cutter, there is a certain gap between the milling cutter and the tool holder, so long-term vibration may occur. In this way, when you use the milling cutter, you will feel the unevenness of the strength, and you cannot cut the product normally, and it is easy to make the measurement very inaccurate. Therefore, when using a milling cutter to process products, when the length and width of the groove become very small, you can use the vibration of the milling cutter to use it, so as to increase the width of the groove. Increasing the utilization rate will increase the amount of expansion. Therefore, we can know that when using a milling cutter, the smaller the vibration of the milling cutter, the higher the efficiency of our use.

How to use woodworking cutter?

1. Before use, apply protective oil

When woodworking milling cutters are working, you must pay attention to it. Its milling cutters are very easy to detach from the spring clamp, or even fall off, which is not uncommon. Therefore, if the milling cutter is used frequently, it must be coated with anti-rust oil. This oil film can protect its spring clip and form a layer of tightening force to ensure that the milling cutter does not fall off, so that it will not hurt the user. Nor will the product be scrapped.

2. In the middle of use, use vibration to cut

When using a woodworking milling cutter, there is a certain gap between the milling cutter and the tool holder, so long-term vibration may occur. In this way, when you use the milling cutter, you will feel the unevenness of the strength, and you cannot cut the product normally, and it is easy to make the measurement very inaccurate. Therefore, when using a milling cutter to process products, when the length and width of the groove become very small, you can use the vibration of the milling cutter to use it, so as to increase the width of the groove. Increasing the utilization rate will increase the amount of expansion. Therefore, we can know that when using a milling cutter, the smaller the vibration of the milling cutter, the higher the efficiency of our use.

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