COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF CBN CUTTING INSERTS WITH DIFFERENT EDGE GEOMETRIES

Authors

  • János Kundrák University of Miskolc, Hungary
  • István Sztankovics University of Miskolc, Hungary
  • Martina Gévai University of Miskolc, Hungary

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20998/2078-7405.2019.91.10

Keywords:

machining of hardened surfaces, cutting material grade, cutting edge geometry, roughness, cutting forces, modeling.

Abstract

In this paper the experimental results of newly developed cutting inserts with special geometry and position for machining of hardened surfaces are summarized. The design of the tool holder and cutting insert allows the increase of the applied feed values in hard turning. Experiments are carried out at increased feed in bore turning procedure and the results are compared with the nowadays used conventional turning technology.

Author Biographies

János Kundrák, University of Miskolc

Prof.Dr.habil., Professor, University of Miskolc, Department of Production Engineering

István Sztankovics, University of Miskolc

Assistant, University of Miskolc, Department of Production Engineering

Martina Gévai, University of Miskolc

University of Miskolc, Department of Production Engineering

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Published

2019-08-31

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