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Mfg Tooling -03 Cutting Tools

Mfg Tooling -03 Cutting Tools

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ManufacturingToolingCutting Tool Design
Nageswara RaoPosinasetti
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Elements of Machining
Cutting tool
 Tool holding
Guiding device
Work piece
Machine tool
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Chip Formation
Cutting tool harder and wear resistantthan the workpiece material
Interference between the tool andworkpiece designated as feed anddepth of cut
Relative motion between the tool andworkpiece termed as cutting speed orvelocity to overcome the resistance
 
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Cutting process parameters
 The
cutting speed
, V, is the speed with which thecutting tool moves through the work material. This isgenerally expressed in feet per minute (fpm) ormetres per second (ms
-1
).
Feed rate
, f, may be defined as the small relativemovement per cycle (per revolution or per stroke) of the cutting tool in a direction usually normal to thecutting speed direction.
Depth of cut
, d, is the normal distance between theunmachinedsurface and the machined surface.
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Type of Chips
 The chip formation in metal cuttingcould be broadly categorised into threetypes:
Continuous chip,
Continuous chip with BUE, and
Discontinuous chip
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FIGURE F-14
The three types of chip formation:
(a) 
continuous; (b) continuous with built-up edge; (c) discontinuous(segmented). (J.E. Neely,
Practical Metallurgy and Materials of Industry 
, 2nd ed., Wiley, New York, copyright ©1984.)
Richard R. Kibbe, John E. Neely,Roland O. Meyer, and Warren T.White
Machine Tool Practices, 7e 
Copyright ©2002 by Pearson Education, Inc.Upper Saddle River, New Jersey 07458 All rights reserved.

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