By D. Dornfeld, S. Min (auth.), Jan C. Aurich, David Dornfeld (eds.)

In many machining operations burrs can't be shunned. they could have an effect on the performance and the secure dealing with of the workpiece within the next processing, and feature to be got rid of through a distinct deburring procedure. Toleration of burrs, which aren't a part of useful edges, is determined by their respective form and dimension. excessive inspection attempt is critical to assure the workpiece caliber. for that reason, the study effects on burrs, with a spotlight on burr research and keep an eye on in addition to on cleanability and burr elimination in accordance with the displays held on the convention are important for researchers and engineers in production improvement.

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Even here the lowest burr is measured in up milling with minimum quantity lubrication. 15–1 mm; No lubrication Fig. 30 Burr formation in primed clad aluminum with tool 5 over the cutting speed with two axial feeds fa and three orbital speeds no 44 E. Brinksmeier and S. 15–1 mm Fig. 31 Burr formation in primed clad aluminum with tool 5 over the cutting speed with two axial feeds fa and three orbital speeds no 6 Conclusion and Outlook Extensive orbital drilling experiments on aluminum materials using different tool geometries and process strategies were carried out to investigate the influence on cap and burr formation.

In general, all the three experiments are run with the original setup with a new or re-sharpened blade, the new blade and unchanged feed rate and the new blade with a higher feed rate. The three tables summarizes the critical parameters for both the saw blade and the sawing process, and of importance to notice is the tooth width difference between the original and the new saw blade (Fig. 3). 01095 24 K. Martinsen and G. 02280 Table 4 Experiment 3 Experiment 3, Robot saw Parameters Rake angle Clearance angle Diameter Tooth width Blade width Number of teeth Rotational speed Feed rate Center boss diameter Weight Cutting speed Feed rate per tooth y α D B b z N vf Db g Vc sz angle angle mm mm mm number 1/min mm/min mm kg m/min mm/tooth Fig.

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