Using advanced technology, the ProfitMilling strategy optimizes engagement angle, chip load, lateral cutter force and machine acceleration to achieve optimal results.See video
Using advanced technology, the ProfitMilling strategy optimizes engagement angle, chip load, lateral cutter force and machine acceleration to achieve optimal results.Play video
The new, patent-pending ProfitMilling strategy for 2, 3, 4 and 5-axis roughing cycles allows customers to remove more material in a shorter amount of time.
The ProfitMilling strategy optimizes engagement angle, chip load, lateral cutter force and machine acceleration to achieve optimal results.
Learn more about the advantages of ProfitMilling advanced technology.Download PDF
DP Technology is creator of ESPRIT, a high-performance, full-spectrum computer-aided-manufacturing (CAM) software that delivers powerful solutions for all machining applications.
ProfitMilling is a high speed roughing cycle within ESPRIT.
75% cycle-time reduction compared to traditional concentric pocketing.
500% increase in tool life compared to traditional concentric pocketing.
Decreased programming time
Reduced energy consumption due to decreased machine-tool cycle time.
Productivity improvements, even with light and medium-duty machine tools.
Available for 2 ½ ,3, 4, and 5-axis roughing cycles.
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Using advanced technology, the ProfitMilling strategy combines engagement angle, chip load, lateral cutter force and machine acceleration to achieve optimal results.
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Take an in-depth look at the advantages of ProfitMilling:
Read our ProfitMilling white paper for details on the new technology's benefits for manufacturers, and to learn why ProfitMilling is more effective than traditional pocketing.
The new ProfitMilling cycle is included with ESPRIT 2013, and if you are currently an ESPRIT customer not on SMC (ESPRIT Software Maintenance Contract), let’s talk about how you can be more profitable and productive with ESPRIT 2013.
Manufacturers are constantly challenged with intense competition and are continuously in search of new means with which to produce quality parts within shorter periods of time, and at reduced cost.
The benefits of the ProfitMilling cycle are a reduction in machine-tool cycle times, increased tool life, decreased programing time, reduced energy consumption and significant productivity improvements — even with light and medium-duty machine tools. Test results have shown that ProfitMilling typically reduces cycle time by 75 percent compared to a traditional concentric roughing strategy.
ProfitMilling is a high-speed roughing cycle that allows you to take a significantly deeper cut of the tool and increase the cutting feed. Rather than controlling just one parameter, ProfitMilling monitors several vital cutting and machine characteristics.
The ProfitMilling toolpath manages chip load and side-cutter force in the calculation of toolpath while keeping the engagement angle and material removal rate within a specific range.
It also incorporates dynamic feedrate changes throughout the toolpath and takes advantage of toolpath optimization for specific machine capabilities.