BURR FORMATION AT THE INTERFACE DURING BI-MATERIAL ORTHOGONAL CUTTING

Abstract

To reduce the size of exit burrs induced by broaching, it is possible to use a low value martyred part clamped to the functional one on the tool exit side. Thence, this research work deals with an in-situ analysis of the burr formation at a bi-specimens interface in orthogonal cutting configuration. New mechanisms of burr formation at the interface formed by Inconel 718 and cast iron specimens are identified. In addition, a post-machining study is carried out to quantify the burr size obtained with and without the martyred part.

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