INFLUENCE OF DEPTH OF CUT AND CUTTING SPEED ON CUTTING FORCES IN FACE MILLING UNDER CONSTANT CHIP CROSS-SECTION CONDITIONS
Keywords:face milling, cutting forces, specific cutting forces, chip cross-section.
AbstractIn various high-end industries such as the automotive and the aerospace industry, face milling is one of the most preferred solutions for the fabrication of flat surfaces with high quality. During machining it is desired to achieve the required result with high efficiency. However, attention should be paid so that forces are kept within acceptable limits for maintaining energy consumption and loading of machine tool at relatively low levels. Thus, it is important to determine the influence of process conditions, such as depth of cut or cutting speed, on cutting forces. In this study, this is attempted by conducting experiments at two different depths of cut and four different cutting speeds for cases with the same chip cross-section value. After analysis of obtained results, useful conclusions on the influence of these parameters on cutting forces are presented.
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