The Comparison of Surface Roughness Characteristics Achieved by the Machining with Conventional and Unconventional Geometry of Tools

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The paper deals with the experiments realized by means of cutting tool with linear cutting edge not parallel with the axis of the workpiece in order to be observed the suitable values of surface roughness characteristics in dependency on the feed and cutting speed. During experiments were machined three types of steels. Acquired data were statistical processed by regression analysis. The results of the measurements show that the investigated cutting tool enables to secure the same values of surface profile characteristics of steels as a classical cutting tool at finishing with the significant increase of the feed per revolution. It directly influences length of the technological operation time which is several times shortened and so the machining productivity can increase.

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Advanced Materials Research (Volumes 622-623)

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R. Sivakumar

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352-356

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.622-623.352

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P. Monka "The Comparison of Surface Roughness Characteristics Achieved by the Machining with Conventional and Unconventional Geometry of Tools", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 622-623, pp. 352-356, 2013

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December 2012

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