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Machinist Calc Pro 2

The Machinist Calc Pro 2 provides hundreds of fast, precise machining-specific solutions for face, end and slot milling plus turning, drilling and boring. It also has built-in tables for 20 materials, 6 processes and 3 tools, making it an even more powerful tool for all your speed and feed calculations.

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Machinist-Calc-Pro-2-for-Android_LgCalculated Industries has completed migration of its Machinist Calc Pro 2 handheld calculator to several platforms, including phones, tablets and PCs. The Machinist Calc Pro 2 provides hundreds of fast, precise machining-specific solutions for face, end and slot milling plus turning, drilling and boring. It also has built-in tables for 20 materials, 6 processes and 3 tools, making it an even more powerful tool for all your speed and feed calculations.

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No matter what platform, the new model helps machinists spend more time machining and less time looking up specs and data in books, on charts or other computer programs.

Functions include:

  • Keys to enter or calculate Surface Feet per Minute (SFM), Inches per Tooth (IPT), Inches per Minute (IPM), Inches per Revolution (IPR), # of Teeth, Depth of Cut (DOC), Width of Cut (WOC) and Length of Cut (LOC)
  • Materials – Choose from 20 popular Materials
  • Processes – Face Milling, End Milling, Slot Milling, Turning, Boring, Drilling
  • Tools – High Speed, Carbide and High Performance
  • Speeds and Feeds – calculate for milling, turning and drilling; cutting speed, spindle speed (RPM), feed rate (IPM), cutting feed, feed per tooth/chip load, number of Teeth and Radial Chip Thinning adjustment factor
  • Built-in Drill and Thread Size Tables compliant with ANSI/ASME B1.1-2003 and ANSI/ASME B1.13M-2005
  • Enter Numeric, Fractional, Metric Thread Sizes and Drill Sizes – and display tap, roll tap, close and free fit drill sizes plus pitch, major and minor diameters
  • Right Triangle Math and Trigonometry
  • Drill Points – enter cutting angle and drill size to calculate drill point cut depth
  • Bolt Pattern Layouts – enter start angle, number of bolts, diameter and optional x, y offset; calculate x and y coordinates. Find center-to-center spacing for bolt pattern layouts
  • 3-Wire Measure – enter Wire Size (or use calculated Best Wire size) and 3-Wire Measurement to calculate pitch diameter

For more information: www.calculated.com.

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