FSWizard Pro Speed & Feed Calc

FSWizard Pro Speed & Feed Calc

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CNC Milling and Turning Speed and Feed Machinists Calculator

Absolutely the best CNC machinist's speed and feed calculator around.
Calculate cutting conditions simply by choosing your work and tool material.
No need to know any numbers.
FSWizard will automatically use recommended cutting speed and chipload.

★ Made by a machinist for machinists ★

Improve productivity and optimize cutter life.

★ Milling, Drilling, Tapping and Turning
★ Suggests optimum cutting depth and balances cutting parameters.
★ Supports Chip thinning and HSM machining.
★ Required Power estimation, Recommended Depth/Width of Cut for extra-long cutters.
★ Built in tap drill calculator to calculate not only cutting speed and feed , but also drill dia in accordance with desired thread engagement.
★ Drill and Tap charts for both imperial and metric systems.
★ Oblique Triangle Calculator
★ Fillet Calculator will find tangent points to a circle and two lines
★ Bolt Hole Calculator, Particial and Line (polar points) Bolt Hole Patterns
★ Drill Point/ Countersink Calculator
★ True Position Calculator
★ Scientific Calculator

It just does it all.

*Milling Tools: Solid EndMill, Indexed End Mill and FaceMill, Solid and Indexed drills
*Drilling Tools: Jobber Drill, Hi-Performance Parabolic Drill, Spade Drill, Indexed Drill, Reamer
*Turning Tools: Profiling and Grooving

Please try the Free FSWizard Lite first to confirm your device capability.
Also huge thanks to those who go through the trouble and leave a review.
Good reviews mean more sales and more incentive for me to further improve on this app.

For the full list of materials please visit:
http://zero-divide.net/index.php?page=fswiz_mobile

Some of materials that come with FSWizard PRO:
1) Very soft low-carbon steels. (135 HB)
Very Low Carbon Steel 120HB
2) Free cutting magnetic steels (120-210 HB)
1018 Carbon Steel (175-200 HB)
A-36 Hot Roll Steel 160-220 HB
Low Carbon Steel 5-20Rc
3) Structural steels, Low to medium carbon steels (<0.5%C) (135 -165 HB)
1015, Ck 15, C16(111 HB)
1035, C35, Cold Drawn(143 HB)
1043, 1045, C45, Hot/cold Rolled(162 HB)
4) High-carbon and ordinary low-alloy steels. Medium-Hard (165 -210 HB)
4140 Alloy Steel 250-300 HB
Low Carbon Steel 18-26Rc
5) Normal tool steels.Hard-quenching and tempering steels. (210-270 HB)
Low Carbon Steel 30-40Rc
O-1 Tool Steel 175-225 HB
6) High-alloy, high-hardness steels. (270-360 HB)
A2 Tool Steel 200-230 HB
D-2 Tool Steel 200-250 HB
H13 Tool Steel 200-230 HB
P20 Tool Steel 330 HB
7) High-strength, Hardened steels. (>360 HB)
H-13 Tool Steel 50-55 RC
Hardox 500 (50-55 RC)
8) Free-cutting stainless steels. (160-275 HB)
17-4 Ph Stainless 150-200 BH
302 Stainless 135-185 HB
303 Stainless 135-185 HB
9) Moderately difficult stainless steels. (185-325 HB)
304 Stainless Cold Rolled 225-275 HB
10) Difficult and Very Difficult stainless steels. (275-375 HB)
440 Stainless 275-325 HB
P550 Stainless 350-430 HB
13) Cast iron. SG iron. (120-260 HB)
16) Non-ferrous alloys (28-150 HB)
6061-T6 Aluminum
7075-T6 Aluminum
Copper 110 (42 HB)
High Lead Brass
Low Lead Brass
Magnesium - Alloy
Titanium - Pure 70 HB
Zinc - Die Cast
17) Plastics, Soft non-metals
Delrin, Nylon, Nylatron
Duratron XP, Vespel PI, Celazole PBI
Mahogany
Pattern / Modeling Board
Polycarbonate, Polysulfone, Ultem 1000-2300 PEI
17.1) Wood
Hard Wood
MDF
Soft Wood
18) AMPCO Aluminum Bronze Alloys (100-450 HB)
18.1) AMPCOLOY High Alloyed Coppers (180-390 HB)
19) Hard non-metals
Fiberglass
20) Nickel-, cobalt- and ferrous superalloys (<250 HB)
Inconel 600
Waspaloy
22) Titanium-based alloys (300HB)
Titanium - Alpha/Beta

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Recently changed in this version

v1.31
Fixed Scientific Calculator Trig and Bracket functions
Fixed Radial Chip Thinning
Added Axial, Radial and Total Chip Thinning factors display
Fixed Partial Bolt Circle start-up issue


Comments and ratings for FSWizard Pro Speed & Feed Calc
  • (77 stars)

    by Benjamin Wilson on 12/08/2013

    This app is amazing! Only one I found that allows you to select the material that you are working on rather than inputting numbers from a separate table. I am a student machinist and I do not know things like the ipt for different materials by heart so this app is perfect. The way the UI is setup allows for quick recalculation for different depths of cut. I definitely recommend. The one feature t