Milling

How to Machine Inconel “Near Dry”

February 7, 2018

The customer had been machining this Nickle Alloy dry (No Coolant) because to add coolant to the process would have meant mess everywhere, a cost the customer wasn’t prepared to tolerate.

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Machining Aluminium “Near Dry”

August 22, 2012

This video shows how we manufacture our components, in house using our own MQL (Minimal Quantity Lubrication) equipment and Coolube 2210.

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How do we do it?

August 22, 2012

We can eliminate coolant for you too. There are many benefits to be gained by employing the Unist “Near Dry…

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How to machining Bisalloy 400 “Near Dry” and extend tool life by up to 80%

August 22, 2012

Watch how we maintain the same speeds and feeds as were used when employing flood coolant.

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Milling “Near Dry”

August 22, 2012

Near dry milling produces dry chips and is the way forward being discovered by many customers.

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Changing from Alucobond/Composite panel to Solid Aluminium Sheet

Do you find yourself having to Route 3mm solid Aluminium sheet in preference to Alucobond/Composite panel? If you are experiencing any of the following you need to talk to our John Barker (Managing Director) of Unist Australia.

  • Ragged cutting
  • Burning out cutters
  • Breaking router bits
  • Terrible surface finish
  • Just the inability to get the job done

We understand your problem, you need to lubricate the routing cutter with our 3 nozzle Coolubricator.

For help on this matter call John Barker on 02 8850 2022 or email [email protected].

Watch a Routing video: https://unist.com.au/routing

The facade industry is moving in part from ACM to Solid Aluminium panels. HVG/Alucobond Architectural are introducing MondoClad, a Pre-finished 3 mm aluminium panel.For more information go to:

http://hvgfacades.com.au/