Comparing the effects of modifying milling tool geometry on durability
KROUPA, T., SCHORNÍK, V., DAŇA, M., ZETEK, M. Comparing the effects of modifying milling tool geometry on durability. Zadar, 2015.
|Anglický název:||Comparing the effects of modifying milling tool geometry on durability|
|Autoři:||Ing. Tomáš Kroupa , Ing. Václav Schorník , Ing. Milan Daňa , Ing. Miroslav Zetek Ph.D.|
|Abstrakt EN:||Machining occupies a significant position in modern engineering technology and high quality parameters for it. To reduce production costs it is important to optimize the cutting process and rationalize production. If appropriate rationalization of the layout is implemented, it is possible to optimize cutting and other working conditions. In some milling operations such as grooving or roughing was observed, that when machining with an end mill tools with modified tips exhibit greater durability than tools without modification. Modifying is considered to be creation of chamfer or radius. The aim of this search is to compare two types of monolithic tools in terms of their durability. The tools differ from each other only in the modification tip edges. The main task is to verify the hypothesis that milling tools with a chamfered tip will have a higher durability and better stability in comparison with milling tools without this modification.|