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Amada cutting chart

Amada cutting chart

Amada cutting chart

Hello everyone, unfortunately my english is not good and so I use the google translatorthumbsdown. The following question regarding the Amada cutting parameters, what does rpm mean under fine edge and what are these settings related to.
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RE: Amada cutting chart

Hi Amanda, Can you provide a little more detail in regards to what you are trying to process? When I think of cutting parameters and referencing rpm under fine edge I think of fine grinding/flat honing applications. If this is the case then RPM stands for Revolution (or rotation) Per Minute. In other words, how many times the wheel spins per minute.
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Hope this helps!

RE: Amada cutting chart

Thanks for the answer but unfortunately that has nothing to do with revolutions but rather with parameters (Amada laser machine) The only question is which parameters are influenced by this.

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