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How do you define a 90/120 degree Diamond Drag bit in your CAM Software. The bits I have are Carbide3d 90 and 120 degree Diamond Drag spring loaded bits. Here is the url: Cutters

This is the csv file that Carbide Create uses to define tools for a custom tool. I have it partially populated but am wondering how to define it. Some software like Vetric have pre defined tools. Any help would be appreciated.

number​
vendor​
model​
URL​
name​
type​
diameter​
cornerradius​
flutelength​
shaftdiameter​
angle​
numflutes​
stickout​
coating​
metric​
notes​
machine​
material​
plungerate​
feedrate​
rpm​
depth​
cutpower​
finishallowance​
3dstepover​
3dfeedrate​
3drpm​
503​
Carbide3d​
90 Dia Drag​
90D Diamond Drag​
Dia Drag​
0.25​
0.25​
90​
0​
Shapeoko​
Brass​
15​
45​
1​
0.02​
 

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I don't use Carbide Create but looks like the diameter needs changed to 0.125 but the rest of the important parameters for the bit look okay. Have you tried an air cut using it to see if it looks like it would work properly?
 
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