COMPARISON OF PREPARATION METHODS IN TERMS OF TOOL LIFE AND SURFACE ROUGHNESS

Abstract

The article compares two cutting edge preparation methods and their influence on the machined surface roughness of the difficult to cut nickel alloy Inconel 718 and the tool wear of cutting inserts made of cemented carbide. The manufacturing and preparation process of cutting inserts used in the experiment were made by Dormer Pramet. The preparation methods used in the experiment were drag finishing and brushing. Cutting parameters did not change during the whole turning process to maintain the same conditions in each step of the process and were determined based on tests for a semi-finishing operation of the turning process. To obtain durability of 25 to 30 minutes with controlled development of the tool wear the cutting parameters were determined with cooperation with the cutting inserts manufacturer.

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