Effects of turn-milling conditions on chip formation and surface finish
Rahimzadeh Berenji, Kaveh
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Turn-milling operations performed on mill-turn machines offer significant advantages provided that appropriate conditions are used. Compared to conventional machining processes, kinematics and geometry of turn-milling are more complicated due to additional parameters such as speed and diameter ratios of the tool and workpiece as well as eccentricity between them. In this study, the effects of process conditions on chip formation and surface generation are investigated. A novel approach is presented in order to select turn-milling conditions and related machine tool parameters using the relationship between the process and the machine tool.
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