Cut setting for Teak

This will be my first time cutting teak but not sure as to what setting to use. I’m thinking the Red Oak setting? Need advise from you experienced carvers out there.

I usually only differentiate between soft wood and hard wood :slight_smile:
Try the red oak setting, and play a little with the speed override function in Easel to develop “ear tuning” :slight_smile:

In general, if in doubt reduce depth per pass to preserve margin - dont slow down on the feed rate.

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