FACE MILLING WITH A ROUND INSERT AT VARIOUS CUTTING SPEEDS AND FEED RATES
Keywords:face milling, cutting speed, feed rate, round insert, cutting forces, specific cutting forces.
AbstractFace milling is frequently used for the rendering of flat surfaces with a high degree of precision. With this machining process, high material removal rate is possible to be attained but management of cutting forces values is also desirable, in order to avoid excessive power consumption, tool wear or vibrations. This can be achieved by selecting the process parameters within an appropriate range for each case. In the present study, an experimental investigation is conducted with a view to determine the effect of two important process parameters, namely cutting speed and feed on the cutting forces and the specific cutting forces during face milling, in cases where a round insert is used.
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