Maximum Machinable Cylindrical Diameters for F1

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When you use the rotary attachment with F1, you may want to place the rotary in different positions to achieve different results.

The way you arrange the rotary attachment with F1 changes the operatable diameter. Make sure your materials are within the operatable range.

In the table below, we list a few scenarios and the maximum operable diameters so you can check and see if your material fits the requirements.

 

Operatable Diameters

Rotary Mode
Placement
Contact Surface
Max. Diameter
Demonstration
Roller
The roller and the rotary base are in the same direction.
The roller holds the object by its outer surface.
88mm
Chuck
 
The chuck and the rotary base are in the same direction.
The chuck grasps the object by its outer surface.
83mm
Chuck
The chuck and the rotary base are in opposite directions.
The chuck grasps the object by its outer surface.
100mm
Chuck
The chuck and the rotary base are in opposite directions.
The chuck grasps the object by its inner surface.
113mm
 

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