COMPONENTS OF THE CUTTING FORCE AND THEIR SPECIFIC VALUES AT DIFFERENT FEEDS IN ROTATIONAL TURNING
Keywords:cutting force, rotational turning, feed, passive force, axial load.
AbstractThe alteration of the cutting force is studied by the increase of the feed in rotational turning. The time course of the cutting force components is analysed by experiments done with different edge-geometrical tools, and the specific cutting forces are calculated. One of the findings is the possibility to effectively lower the passive force acting on the cutting tool by the application of rotational turning.
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