Applied Machining Technology

Applied Machining Technology

Content
  • The Methods Of Metal Cutting
  • Characteristics Of Metal Cutting
  • Crystalline Alteration Of The Material
  • Changes In Strength
  • Stress Relief
  • Reduction Of Strength Due To The Cutting Through Of Fibres
  • Substantial Material Loss
  • Formation Of The Cutting Edges
  • Tools With Defined Cutting Edge Geometry
  • Tools With Undefined Cutting Edge Geometry
  • Cutting Conditions (Depth Of Cut Ap, Feed F And Cutting Speed Ve
  • Cutting Force
  • Chips
  • Chip Shapes
  • Cutting Edge Materials
  • Fundamentals Of Machining Explained For Turning
  • Surfaces, Cutting Edges, And Corners On Wedges According To DIN
  • Flank Faces
  • Rake Faces
  • Cutting Edges
  • Corners
  • Reference Planes
Tool Reference Plane
  • Cutting Edge Plane
  • Wedge Measuring Plane
  • Working Plane
  • Angles For The Wedge
  • Angles Measured In The Tool Reference Plane (Figure )
  • Angle Measured In The Cutting Edge Plane
  • Tool Cutting Edge Inclination Ȝ (Figure )
  • Angles Measured In The Wedge Measuring Plane (Figure )
  • Angle Types And Their Influence On The Cutting Procedure
  • Tool Orthogonal Clearance Į
  • Rake A Ngle Ȗ
  • Wedge A Ngle Ȕ
  • Applied Machining Technology
  • Tool Cutting Edge Angles
  • Tool Included Angle İ (Figure )
  • Tool Cutting Edge Inclination Ȝ
  • Working Reference Plane
  • Cutting Parameters
  • Width Of Cut B
  • Thickness Of Cut H
  • Sectional Area Of Chip A
  • Cutting Forces And Their Origin