THE EFFECT OF THE CIRCULAR FEED ON THE SURFACE ROUGHNESS AND THE MACHINING TIME
Keywords:machining time, surface roughness, rotational turning
The surface roughness is analysed in different feeds and turning procedures (rotational and conventional) in this paper. Cutting experiments were made on different cutting speeds and feed rates with 2 cutting tool with helical edge geometry and 1 traditional turning tool. The measured 2D surface roughness values were compared between the different cutting tools. The benefit of the circular feed application is showed by the decrease of roughness parameters and machining time.
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