RESEARCH OF THE CUTTING MECHANISM AT ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE GRINDING
The paper presents the results of a study of the cutting mechanism during electrical discharge grinding of hard alloys. The cutting mechanism during electrical discharge grinding was studied using mathematical modeling. By means of geometric modeling, a method of grinding cup wear was developed. The functional dependence of the diamonds use factor in the Kw wheel on the technological parameters of processing, wear and tool characteristics were determined. Analysis of the results of the study shows that an increase in efficiency at electrical discharge grinding can be achieved by reducing the wear of S, and by corresponding variation in the concentration of diamonds and technological modes of processing.
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