Slightly Used Calculators Loaded with The Programs

" The Machine Shop Calculator "

Yes it can give you a Line by Line G-Code Program for a Single Pass Threadmill Routine.

Many Factory Reps Would Be Lost Without This Calculator

Factory Reps From The Following Companies Use This Exact Calculator: Iscar, Ingersoll, Sandvik, Sumitomo, PH Horn, Walters, Fette, Mitsubishi, Kennametal, Stellram, Many More.

With 68 Pre-Loaded Programs that ask you very simple questions and you get very accurate and detailed answers for some of the most commonly Mis-Understood Theories In a Machine Shop.

I sell New Models of these to a few distributors and they are sold at a Retail Price of $135 each.

Comes with a 3 page Quick Reference Start-up, 5 page Button by Button per program reference sheet, Small In-The-Cover Cheat Sheet for program names and a Reference Sticker on the cover showing Trig labels and machining/material factors needed in a couple of the programs.

If you understand how to use a basic calculator, within 5 minutes you will be using this calculator and will never guess at another speed, feed, trig problem, or most any other problem you are faced with on a daily basis in the shop.

The list below is the menu of programs and the issues they deal with. Included in the advanced theories are programs for Radial Chip Thinning Factors. True Ballnose Cutting Diameter, Internal and External Circular interpolation feedrate adjustments, Actual G-Code for Threadmill Routines, Actual G-Code for a lathe program to blend corner radii and angles and many more.

I reserve the right to send either the Casio FX-7400G Plus (shown) or the Casio FX-7400G Plus GY which is the newer version and works identically, it's just a smoother look model.

These units are slightly used models, and I back them 100% to work properly or I will replace it for free.

3.SMPM, Figures Surface Meters Per Minute from RPM and Diameter.

4.RPM SMPM , Figures RPM from Surface Meters Per Minute and Diameter.

5. TapDrill Size / Cut Tap exact hole size based on 75% thread percentage.

6. TapDrill Size / Roll Tap exact hole size based on 65% thread percentage.

7.Metric TapDrill Size / Cut Tap exact hole size based on 75% thread percentage.

8. Drill Point Length, based on drill diameter and angle

9.Hex Stock dimension Across Corners

10.Square Stock dimension Across Corners

12. MEANDIM, Based on Print Dimension & Tolerances,gives you Mean Dimension, Low Dimension & High Dimension

13. NUMBDRIL, Gives the Decimal Equivalent for Number Drills

14. LETTDRIL, Gives the Decimal Equivalent for Letter Drills

15. Threadmill G-Code, Line by Line G-Code of single pass threadmill program.

16. ToroMill, Calculates proper Speed and Feed from "true" cutting diameter for Torodial Milling Cutters.

17. RPM & IPM from SFM and Chipload

18. RPM & IPR from SFM and Chipload, Feed Per Rev on a Mill

19. SFM & Chipload from RPM, IPM, # of teeth and Diameter of Cutter

20. Chipload from IPM, RPM and Number of Teeth in Cutter

21. Radial Chip Thinning Factor, Proper Chipload when using less than 1/2 the diameter of the cutter

22. 45 Degree Facemill Feeds, Increased Chipload when using 45 Degree Lead Facemill Cutter

23. Decreases Chipload for Internal Circular Interpolation moves.

24. Increases Chipload for External Circular nterpolation moves.

25. Metal Removal Rate, Cubic Inches per Minute

26. Metal Removal Rate / HP, Cubic Inches per Minute and the Horsepower Required for that Cut

27. Time in the Cut, based on cutter diameter, length of cut, feedrate and number of passes

28. True BallNose Cutter Diameter, based on depth of cut and diameter of ballnose, and RPM & IPM

29. TapFeed Inches per Minute, rigid or tension compression based on RPM and Pitch

30.MANFEED, On older manual machines, helps calculate Chipload and IPM.

31. Bolt Hole Circle, Gives X & Y axis coordinates for bolt hole circles based upon diameter, degree of starting hole and qty of holes.

32. Radius to Angle G-Code, Lathe G-Code program calculated with Tool Nose Radius or without it, blends radii to angle and gives X & Z coordinates.

33. "Z" axis reference point for threading cycles, based on RPM and Thread Pitch

34.HELIXANGLE, For Laydown Threading Systems, figures the Proper Anvil to use for the Helix Angle of the Thread.

35.SMPM MMPR , Figures Surface Meters and MM per Rev from SFM and Inch Per Rev.

36.METTURN, Figures Surface Feet and Inch per Rev from Surface Meters and MM Per Rev.

37. Lathe Time in the Cut, based on Starting Diameter, Finished Diameter,length of cut, SFM, feedrate and number of passes

38. Smallest Effective Diameter for Desired SFM, based upon Max RPM

39. Micro Finish based upon IPR and Toolnose Radius Amount

40. Cutoff Width Savings, based upon Tool Width and Material Costs

41. Turning Metal Removal Rate, Measure Efficiency of Tooling

42. Proper Centerline Height, based upon Width of Cutoff or Groove Tool

43-51. 9 Trig Functions for Right Angles when 2 Sides or 1 Side and 1 Angle is known

52.COSTMAKE , Figures Enduser Cost from List Price, Your Discount and the Profit you want to make.

53.OFFLIST, Figures Enduser Cost from Discount Off of List Price.

54.PROFIT, Figures Profit Margin from Your Cost and the Enduser Cost.

55.MILLSAVE ,Shows how much a tool can save you over the current one. Great one for Salesman .

56.TURNSAVE , Shows how much a tool can save you over the current one. Great one for Salesman.

57. Quantity of Inserts Needed for a Job, from Parts per Index

58. Quantity of Inserts Needed for a Job, from Time of Tool Life

59. Insert Cost per Part, Calculates Tool cost per Operation

60. Production Hours Needed to complete a job

61. Amount of Feet of Material needed for a job

68. Metric Thread Pitch to Threads per Inch