Machining Titanium on a Tormach 770M CNC Milling Machine With Harvey Tools

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Tormach 770M Full Machine Installation & Set-Up

This video will cover the Tormach 770M full installation. Included will be a series of accessories including the manual oiler, automatic oiler, enclosure, Automatic Tool Changer (ATC), Power Drawbar, 4th Axis driver, backsplash, machine arm, and stand. If you need to install a certain part or accessory, jump to the time slot in the links below: • Stand 0:30 • Lifting the Mill 1:00 • Machine Arm 1:39 • Manual & Automatic Oilers 2:35 • Power Drawbar 5:42 • Coolant Pump 9:29 • Automatic Tool Changer (ATC) 11:16 • Adjusting the Automatic Tool Changer (ATC) 15:56 • 4th Axis Driver 18:06 • Chip Pans 20:15 • Backsplash 20:52 • Enclosure 21:22 If you want to follow along with the documentation for certain sections, please click on these links: Power Drawbar: ATC: 4th Axis: Enclosure: More than likely, if you are watching this video, you are preparing for a 770M installation or 1100M installation. In this video we cover everything needed from when your machine arrives in the crate, to final set-up of the major accessories. Feel free to skip around in the video where we go over the accessories that pertain to your machine. This video covers the 770M. If you own a 1100M, you will be able to follow along as the steps to install the 1100M will correspond closely with the same steps of the 770M. If you run into a problem that you are unable to troubleshoot, feel free to call our technical support. They will get back to you within 24 business hours to get your machine up and running! About Us: At Tormach, we're dedicated to providing exceptionally engineered machining products, technical support, and customer service at the lowest possible cost. Our focus is to help you realize your CNC goals through tools and resources that transform your concepts into real products. Connect with us: Visit our website: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter:

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In today’s video we are machining titanium on a CNC mill to make our logo come to life!

If you have never machined titanium it can be an intimidating material to cut. We try to simplify that process in this video by explaining what we did including some speeds and feeds, and the tools it took. While there are lots of different ways to accomplish this, and every machinist will do it differently, this should help give you an idea of where to start.

The machine tooling used throughout the video are tools from Harvey Tools which help us efficiently cut away at solid blocks of material. For those who don’t know much about Harvey Tools, they produce a wide range of specialty tooling to cut any type of material including when you have to machine titanium like the video above.

If you have any questions after watching this video, or when you start machining titanium on your own, ask away in the comment section below. To learn more about the Tormach 770M, visit our website!

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