DESIGNATION OF EVALUATION AREA IN MEASURING 3D SURFACE ROUGHNESS
Keywords:surface roughness, Sa, Ssk, , hard turning, grinding.
AbstractIn the automotive industry surface topography is an important issue. The working surfaces of the components require high precision machining. In this paper the minimum 3D roughness evaluation areas were determined to decrease the time and cost of measuring the components.
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