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Unisub™ Cutting/Machining Information

HARDBOARD - 1/8" and 1/4" hardboard, coated (1) or (2) sides

Saws - Conventional carbide tipped woodworking saw blades work well. Can
also be cut on tabletop safety saw with smaller diameter, multiple tooth
blades.

Laser Engravers - Cuts well with 25 watt system, faster with 50 watt
system.

Routers - A bull-nose or slightly rounded profile is suggested for all
hardboard that has been straight cut with a saw, as the edges are very
vulnerable to damage and chipping. However, this is not necessary for laser
cut items as the edge generated by the heat "seals" the paper fibers.

Shearers - Not recommended.

MEDIUM DENSITY FIBERBOARD - 1/4" - 1 1/4" M.D.F., coated (1) or (2) sides

Saws - Conventional carbide tipped woodworking saw blades work well.

Laser Engravers - Cuts OK with 35 watt system, but 100 watt recommended.

Routers - Carbide tipped, fluted down-shear bit works best to minimize
chipping.

Shearers - Not recommended.

FIBERGLASS REINFORCED PLASTIC - .090 nominal, +/- .015 thickness tolerance

Saws - Same as hardboard.

Laser Engravers - Not recommended.

Routers - Solid carbide 2 - flute straight cutter. A bull-nose or slightly
rounded profile is suggested on (FRP) that has been cut with a saw or
router as the edges are vulnerable to chipping. This would not be necessary
for parts that are covered or encapsulated (i.e. desk name plate that
slides into a frame).

Shearers - Not recommended.

ALUMINUM - .025 and .045 (add .005 for coating) (1) side only

Shearers - Shear cut only. Keep edge sharp to minimize chipping.

PHENOLIC LAMINATE - .050 coated (1) side only

Saws - Same as hardboard.

Laser Engravers - Not recommended.

Routers - Only when laminated to substrate such as particleboard or
fiberboard, otherwise vulnerable to chipping.

Shearers - Not recommended.

Corner Punch - Can be used.

CEMENT BOARD - 8mm coated (1) side only

Water-Jet Cutting System - The only cutting/machining method recommended is water-jet.

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