Tool life and surface roughness in the milling of curved hardened-steel surfaces

Tool life and surface roughness in the milling of curved hardened-steel surfaces

Henrique Kull Neto, Anselmo Eduardo Diniz, Robson Pederiva

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The manufacturing of molds and dies requires that complex hardened-steel surfaces be milled. The deep cavities in these parts are generally cut using high-speed machining technologies and long, slender tools. Consequently, the milling cutter has a tendency to vibrate, potentially damaging the...

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Tool life and surface roughness in the milling of curved hardened-steel surfaces

Henrique Kull Neto, Anselmo Eduardo Diniz, Robson Pederiva


										

Tool life and surface roughness in the milling of curved hardened-steel surfaces

Henrique Kull Neto, Anselmo Eduardo Diniz, Robson Pederiva

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    International journal of advanced manufacturing technology

    Vol. 87, no. 9-12 (Dec., 2016), p. 2983-2995