Hey Will, thanks for the really quick reply. I’ve been over the wiki a few times and have even tried a few of the calculators out there but I’m just not sure. I found some posts where other people have used a similar bit to the one I purchased (linked below) and was hoping that one of them, or anyone else who knows more than the nothing that I know, would chime in with some actual numbers or with the method that they would use to calculate everything.
Edit: I guess I’m not just looking for feeds and speeds but cutting parameter in Carbide Create as well (Ie stopover rate, depth per pass, feed rate, plunge rate, etc.).
Also, should we change the spindle speed for each tool to what the Dewalt is actually capable of? For example, the #101 1/8" Carbide3D bit calls for a 9375 spindle speed in Create but I know that is not possible to slow the Dewalt down that much. Should we change this to 16,000 for all of them less than 16,000 or does this setting not really matter?
Here is the bit that I purchased: