Influence of tooth passing frequency, feed direction, and tool overhang on the surface roughness of curved surfaces of hardened steel

Influence of tooth passing frequency, feed direction, and tool overhang on the surface roughness of curved surfaces of hardened steel

Henrique Kull Neto, Anselmo Eduardo Diniz, Robson Pederiva

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The task of milling hardened steel with complex-shaped surfaces (e.g., for dies and molds) differs from that of traditional milling. The tool is usually long with a small diameter, and therefore vibrates easily. Its trajectory must follow the surface shape, causing its effective diameter in contact...

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Influence of tooth passing frequency, feed direction, and tool overhang on the surface roughness of curved surfaces of hardened steel

Henrique Kull Neto, Anselmo Eduardo Diniz, Robson Pederiva


										

Influence of tooth passing frequency, feed direction, and tool overhang on the surface roughness of curved surfaces of hardened steel

Henrique Kull Neto, Anselmo Eduardo Diniz, Robson Pederiva

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    International journal of advanced manufacturing technology

    Vol. 82, no. 1-4 (Jan., 2016), p. 753-764