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Cutting Tool Technology

Cutting Tool Technology

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 ME 482 - Manufacturing Systems ME 482 - Manufacturing Systems
Cutting ToolTechnology
byEd Red
Cutting ToolTechnology
byEd Red
 
 ME 482 - Manufacturing Systems ME 482 - Manufacturing Systems
Objectives
 
Introduce tool terminology
Review reasons for tool wear, including failure modes
Introduce cutting parameters and Taylor’s tool life equation
Consider a tool life example
Review tool materials
Review modern tool technologies (papers)
Objectives
 
Introduce tool terminology
Review reasons for tool wear, including failure modes
Introduce cutting parameters and Taylor’s tool life equation
Consider a tool life example
Review tool materials
Review modern tool technologies (papers)
 
 ME 482 - Manufacturing Systems ME 482 - Manufacturing Systems
Cutting tool related terms
Single point versus multiple pointCratering –wear that forms a concave region on the toolTool life – length of cutting time that a tool can be usedToughness – capacity to absorb energy without failingHot hardness –capacity to retain hardness at high temperaturesCermet – combination of TiC, TiN, TiCN (CN = carbonitride), withnickel and/or molybdenum as bindersChip breaker – geometry designed into tool to break stringy chipsCutting fluid – Any liquid/gas applied to improve cutting performance
Cutting tool related terms
Single point versus multiple pointCratering –wear that forms a concave region on the toolTool life – length of cutting time that a tool can be usedToughness – capacity to absorb energy without failingHot hardness –capacity to retain hardness at high temperaturesCermet – combination of TiC, TiN, TiCN (CN = carbonitride), withnickel and/or molybdenum as bindersChip breaker – geometry designed into tool to break stringy chipsCutting fluid – Any liquid/gas applied to improve cutting performance

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