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15 Cutting Tool Materials of Common Use

15 Cutting Tool Materials of Common Use



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Version 2 ME, IIT Kharagpur
Version 2 ME, IIT Kharagpur
15Cutting Tool Materialsof common use
Instructional Objectives
At the end of this lesson, the students will be able to(i) Identify the needs and cite the chronological development of cuttingtool materials.(ii) Describe the characteristics and state the applications of thecommonly used cutting tool materials;(a) High speed steel(b) Stellite(c) Sintered carbides(d) Plain ceramics
(i) Needs And Chronological Development Of Cutting ToolMaterials
With the progress of the industrial world it has been needed to continuouslydevelop and improve the cutting tool materials and geometry;
to meet the growing demands for high productivity, quality andeconomy of machining
to enable effective and efficient machining of the exotic materialsthat are coming up with the rapid and vast progress of science andtechnology
for precision and ultra-precision machining
for micro and even nano machining demanded by the day andfuture.It is already stated that the capability and overall performance of the cuttingtools depend upon,
the cutting tool materials
the cutting tool geometry
proper selection and use of those tools
the machining conditions and the environmentsOut of which the tool material plays the most vital role.The relative contribution of the cutting tool materials on productivity, forinstance, can be roughly assessed from Fig. 3.3.1Version 2 ME, IIT Kharagpur
   M   R   R   (   f  o  r   t  u  r  n   i  n  g   M   S   )
   H   S   S   2   5  m   /  m   i  n   C  a  r   b   i   d  e   (   b  r  a  z  e   d   )   6   0  m   /  m   i  n   C  a  r   b   i   d  e   (   b  r  a  z  e   d   )   8   0  m   /  m   i  n   H   i  g   h  p  e  r   f .   C  e  r  a  m   i  c  s   7   5   0  m   /  m   i  n   C  o  a   t  e   d  c  a  r   b   i   d  e   2   5   0  m   /  m   i  n
Fig. 3.3.1
Productivity raised by cutting tool materials.

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