Amana tool library

Here is a .csv for the Amana tools which Carbide 3D has begun selling.

Feeds and speeds are copied from similar Carbide 3D tooling for MDF and are untested:

User-Amana.zip (792 Bytes)

Additions and corrections are welcome.

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makes me wonder if there’s a place for a github project where folks can work together on these CSV files

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Uploaded to

https://github.com/WillAdams/Design_Into_3D/blob/master/Carbide3D_Amana_tools_Shapeoko_MDF.csv

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Will, thank you for sharing!

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how do you add this to the tool library

Use Carbide Create 445, edit the Tool library, duplicate a library, giving it the name you want, then do Help | About | Open Data Directory and quit Carbide Create. Replace the .csv which CC made in that folder with the downloaded one.

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For those using F360; I imported Amana’s entire tool library and just deleted what I didn’t have and/or modified a very similar model # to be the one that I had.

Here’s that library:
https://www.amanatool.com/view-amana-tool-fusion-360-library

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I’ll note that for Vectric users they also have a file which will import into Vectric software:

https://www.amanatool.com/view-amana-tool-vectric-library

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Will, I was wondering what has happened to you book that you were putting that I thought was to be ready this month.
JeffPeters

The book is running behind schedule — I’m working on putting together an announcement on it before the year is out.

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I am wondering on the file above: It shows the RC-1148 angle to be 60º i thought we where suppose to divide that in half when entering into CC? Like image below.

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That was with CC316 and earlier — they use the taper angle. The new version uses the nominal angle.

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