By the way, the work of clean hand tools, for example at a bench, can provide an extraordinary amount of exchange. With some kind of touch, good tools, good work and a quiet workstap, the home shooter can often compete with the professionals.
When, on the other hand, work is required that requires the highest precision and can not take too long, the home sniper gets more difficult to say if the person in question does not learn how to master and take advantage of, for example, a versatile machine like the handover.
Today, the concept of milling is quite clear. Most people know that milling involves cutting or cutting pieces of wood from a piece of wood or slats and turning the earth.
But the word milling or milling is not really the function as such. When the first actual milling machines were constructed almost 200 years ago, they were named after French fraise, which means both a sliced bean collar and a halskrås, but also a strawberry.
The most popular handover cutter can be seen as a further developed shelf. In many cases, because of its versatility, it has also replaced the special wheels.
In simple terms, the machine consists of an electric motor and a chuck in which you tighten milling steel and which is raised and lowered relative to the machine's lower frame, which is a plan sole or so-called milling cutter.
The machine weighs between 2.5 and 5 kg and operates at very high speed, up to approximately 30,000 rpm. Because it intersects in and across the workpiece's fiber direction, it can work in a variety of ways depending on the type of milling steel it is equipped with.
With the handlebar cutter you can for example fold and mill outlets, different types of profiles, decor patterns and to and with joints with both groove, spontaneous and sinking.
Milling steel is available in hundreds of different types and dimensions, intended for different work. Note, zinc, punch, rounding, phase, socket, profile and trimmer are just a few examples.
Despite the large number of milling steels, they can be divided into two main groups. The one is edge milling steel used for rounding, folding or profiling, and the second non-milling steel used for track milling.
Particularly given the high cutting speed, it is important to equip the handpiece with high quality milling steel.
Milling steel is available in two grades. Quick steel, sometimes called the High Speed Steel, and may be labeled HSS, is an alloy of chromium, tungsten and vanadium.
Hard metal, which is sometimes shortened to HM, is an alloy of tungsten, cobalt, silicon, vanadium and molybdenum. High-speed mills are cheaper than those that have a hard metal cutter and are also worn faster.
They are mostly used for milling soft wood. The cement carbide cutters have a considerably higher wear resistance and can also be used for hardwoods, as well as for plywood, glue joints, particleboard and laminate.
For hardwood cutting of high mineral content, including teak, hard cement cuts are difficult to avoid. The milling steel is sharp as razor blades and causes slight damage if handled overly.
Therefore, never let loose and touch each other, but store them in brackets that protect the sensitive hedge.
Handle handling is dangerous. It works ten times faster than a drill. Therefore, it is very important that the milling steel is firmly attached and that the workpiece is firmly anchored.
For your safety, it is very important that you always keep the handover friction steady with both happens. Make it a habit to always pull the machine plug from the socket when, for example, you change the steel grinder or correct a setting. Always tighten the milling iron to the chuck of the machine.
Switch off the power to the machine when you have finished milling for a short break.