INCREASING PRODUCTIVITY OF COMBINED PROCEDURE BY REDUCING GRINDING ALLOWANCE
Keywords:hard machining, combined procedure, gear wheels, operational allowance, surface quality, 3D topography.
AbstractExperiments were carried out to determine the minimal extent of acceptable grinding allowance on case-hardened workpieces machined by combined procedure. The extent of acceptable or unacceptable allowance was determined by a “painting” method. After bore grinding tests for 2D roughness, roundness and 3D topography measurement were carried out. It was found that a 0.03 mm allowance in the bores of gearbox wheels of cars is satisfactory and also necessary to obtain the required level of topography when combined machining was applied and when no white layer formed in the turning procedure. This is a significant finding, because the usual allowances of 0.05 mm or higher (in many cases significantly higher) can be decreased to 0.33 mm and the machining time of bore grinding can be reduced in proportion to this extent.
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