Experiment Study on Disrepair Principle for the Waved-Edge Milling Insert with Complex 3D Grooves
The impact disrepair and adhering disrepair of milling insert are the important factors that affect the normally running of the automated processing system. Based on machining the 45 steel, find out the difference of the impact disrepair invalidation types between the waved-edge milling insert and flat rake milling insert, build the impact disrepair life cumulating distribution function mathematic models by the mathematics statistic method and have contrast analysis of the impact disrepair average lives between them. Based on the experiments on milling the 3Cr-1Mo-1/4Vsteel, find out the difference of the adhering disrepair invalidation types between them, build the quantitative mathematic relation between milling temperature and maximal adhering disrepair depth on rake face, and analyze the rule that the milling temperature affects the adhering disrepair. All these studies provide the theoretic and experimental bases for the groove optimization.
Y. N. Cheng et al., "Experiment Study on Disrepair Principle for the Waved-Edge Milling Insert with Complex 3D Grooves", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 311-313, pp. 722-725, 2011