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## How do you calculate machine rate?

At the simplest level, a machine’s cost per hour is equal to its total cost minus its eventual salvage value divided by its total expected life. A machine that costs $25,000 and is expected to last for 17,000 hours before being sold as scrap for $1,500 would cost $1.38 per hour to use.

## How do you calculate cutting length per minute?

As shown in the formula below, cutting time can be found by ℓm (workpiece length) ÷ ℓ(cutting length per minute). Example: When cutting length per min is 20mm and workpiece length is 100mm; 100÷20=5. Cutting time is 5 minutes.

**How do you calculate cutting time?**

rpm = 12 × sfm ÷ (π × cutting diameter in inches), rpm = 1,000 × m/min. ÷ (π × cutting diameter in millimeters).

**What is the formula of machine hour rate?**

Machine hour rate is obtained by dividing the total running expenses of a machine during a particular period by the number of hours the machine is estimated to work during that period.

### What is the formula for calculating feed rate?

The equation for the feed rate is: feed Rate = RPM * chip load * number of teeth.

### How do we calculate EOQ?

How do you calculate the economic order quantity? To calculate the economic order quantity, you will need the following variables: demand rate, setup costs, and holding costs. The formula is: EOQ = square root of: [2(setup costs)(demand rate)] / holding costs.

**What is the formula for milling cutting speed?**

MILLING CUTTING SPEED (SURFACE FEET PER MINUTE) S.F.M. = R.P.M. X CUTTER Ø/3.82 – OR – S.F.M. = R.P.M. X CUTTER Ø X 0.262

**How to calculate the cutting speed of a cutter?**

Cutting Speed = 130 (fpm) Diameter of Cutter = 0.75. Although you will find specific cutting speeds for reaming, a simple rule of half the speed will work for most reaming operations. Using half the spindle speed you calculated for the drilling operation is a commonly accepted method for determining the reaming speed in most machine shops.

## How to calculate material removal rate for milling?

Material removal rate formula for milling. D: Depth of cut, mm. W: Width of cut, mm. F: Feed rate, mm/min. MRR = (D x W x F / 1000) cc/min.

## How are the formulas used in machining work?

Use the optimal conditions according to your actual machining circumstances. This formula is used to calculate the cutting speed from the spindle speed and the diameter of the workpiece. This formula is used to calculate the feed rate per revolution from the spindle speed and the length cut per minute.