The Simple Method in Grinding the Carbide Burs of the Shape of a Cone Upside down

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The carbide rotary burs with the shape of a cone upside down are kind of very special cutting tools. They have a very important application in model machining. And the function could not be substituted by any kind of other cutter. This paper uses a hyperboloid of one sheet to imitate the cone, uses the straight rural line as the cutting edge, and presents a simple method to machining this kind of cutter with helical cutting edges. Only the tradition machine tool is needed for the generation of this kind of complicated cutting tools.

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Ran Chen

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919-922

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10.4028/www.scientific.net/MSF.694.919

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H. R. Liu "The Simple Method in Grinding the Carbide Burs of the Shape of a Cone Upside down", Materials Science Forum, Vol. 694, pp. 919-922, 2011

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July 2011

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