Study on Surface Roughness of High-Speed Cutting of Ni-Base Superalloy under Different Cutting Media
In the process of high-speed cutting Ni-base superalloy, some precarious factors such as environment media, cutter wear and so on have great influences on the processed surface roughness, and are not easy to control. According to the microscopic cutter wear and surface roughness generated in the experiments of using different media (such as: cold wind oil-mist, cold wind and normal temperature oil-mist) to cut the alloy, the influences of different media cutting conditions on cutter wear and the surface roughness of a workpiece in the high-speed cutting Ni-base superalloy are studied, and the rule to improve the quality of surface processing of Ni-base superalloy under the condition of the cold wind high-speed cutting is revealed.
Guozhong Chai, Congda Lu and Donghui Wen
H. Y. Cao et al., "Study on Surface Roughness of High-Speed Cutting of Ni-Base Superalloy under Different Cutting Media", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 102-104, pp. 758-761, 2010