TECHNOLOGY OF BROACHING – RESEARCH OF THE ROUGHNESS AND MACHINE CAPABILITY

  • 1Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, Faculty of Materials Science and Technology in Trnava, Institute of Production Technologies, Trnava, SK

Abstract

The work deals with the technology of metal machining with a focus on the technology of broaching the internal shaped surfaces. The design of the drawing tools is a tool with several cutting edges, whereby the final shape of the inner shaped surface is made for one rectilinear movement of the tool. The cost of broaching tools is higher. For these reasons, the broaching technology is suitable for series production. One part of the paper covers the research of the achieved roughness of the internal grooves when changing the cutting environment, an emulsion was used instead of oil. The second part involves the use of statistical methods in the technology of broaching internal contoured surfaces. The research is focused on the machine capability. The results of measuring the accuracy of the tolerated dimension of the inner holes after broaching are used as input values to this statistic.

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