Roland DWX-51D and DWX-52DCi milling issues... or is it millbox?

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Every millbox instalation has a sum3d inside which is using the file called tools.arl. Millbox and sum3d itself takes all info about tool geometry and size from there. Also in the strategy for 2 mm tool, there is a parameter which is called oversize. In roland strategy it is 0.1, which means that when tool is milling it leaves excess of material exatly 0.1. So if your tool is 1.91 this means that 1 mm tool have to mill out 0.15 mm instead of 0.1 which can cause overload on the 1mm tool and make it bend and cause more vibration.
 
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Every millbox instalation has a sum3d inside which is using the file called tools.arl. Millbox and sum3d itself takes all info about tool geometry and size from there.
Every millbox instalation has a sum3d inside which is using the file called tools.arl. Millbox and sum3d itself takes all info about tool geometry and size from there. Also in the strategy for 2 mm tool, there is a parameter which is called oversize. In roland strategy it is 0.1, which means that when tool is milling it leaves excess of material exatly 0.1. So if your tool is 1.91 this means that 1 mm tool have to mill out 0.15 mm instead of 0.1 which can cause overload on the 1mm tool and make it bend and cause more vibration.
 
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Anything to do with the compressed air? See if it is clean there is no dust below the indicator. Have you replaced collet and greased? Since nobody mention about it, im just bringing up could not be related but worth checking...
 
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You can also try changing milling speed and spindle speed. Try reducing milling speed to 80% and increase spindle speed to 110%. You can do this through vpanel while it is milling.
 
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We also made some changes in the finishing operations. With the lines standard strategy. Whithout the lines after changes
 

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We also made some changes in the finishing operations. With the lines standard strategy. Whithout the lines after changes
What exactly did you change?
 
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You need to change the finishing template in a strategy
But you need to be familiar how to make this changes. If you are using millbox, you probably might have something like an expert mode which opens sum3d. If not, you have to open sum3d manualy, and change the parameters needed by yourself. Every changes to strategies, milling bur parameters which is made in sum3d has same effect on millbox, cause millbox is just a software shell for sum3d with additional features ( like better connector placement and others) but it behaves as a closed system software , which is not possible to make any changes in if you do not know how. However it is very easy to do, and understand the effects of changes that you are doing
 
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I have Millbox but my reseller is making all the changes in sum3d underneath it. I am familiar with changing tool parameters in there but don't know how to change parts on strategy.
 
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Your strategy is placed in a folder Dental/strategies/MACHINE NAME/14g masterdefault. You have to open it in sum3d like a job. Recommend to do the copy of it to a different folder before making changes!!! After is made it has to have same name is it was.
 
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Can give you instruction how to chande via e-mail if you want to
 
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As for the calibration issues. I would recommend checking the calibration pin. It can be a little bent, and cause issues. Ours is deviating from central axis by 0.04 mm after measuring
 
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