It’s the last day of April, and you know what that means … National Bevel Cutting Day on the SigmaNEST Blog!  Below is information in a variety of formats all designed to help improve your bevel cutting success. 


Bevel Cutting

Bevel Cutting Basics

While there is no substitute for bevel cutting experience, a programmer can follow these steps to help ensure success:

  • Start with straight cutting on a specific thickness, then ask yourself if the edge quality is acceptable. If not, adjust the feed rate.
  • Ask if the internal and external features are dimensionally correct. If needed, adjust the kerf.
  • Start the bevel cutting with a simple top knife bevel. Adjust the kerf, output angle, and feed rate if needed.
  • Begin working with other types of bevels, such as top land, bottom land, X, K, and variable. After each, adjust the kerf, output angle, and feed rate if necessary.

 


 

Webinar

Watch a recorded webinar hosted by SigmaTEK Project Manager, Bruce Renfro.  In just 30 minutes you will learn all about:

  • Common Bevel Cutting Problems
  • Machine-Specific Issues
  • Pre-cutting Steps for Success
  • Best Practices
  • Beveling Cutting Software


 

Tech Tip

Those familiar with bevel cutting might be interested to learn how to apply corner loops. SigmaTEK’s own Jacob Diefenbacher demonstrates how quickly (less than 2 minutes) and easily (even Jacob can do it) this can be done using SigmaNEST.

Watch this short tutorial video to learn how.


Bevel Cutting with SigmaNEST

Success Story

When SigmaNEST worked with Williams Patent Crusher, a three hour bevel cutting process was slashed to a staggering three minutes using SigmaNEST.

 

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