Preliminary investigations for the effect of cutting tool edge geometry in high-feed face milling

Bernhard Karpuschewski, J. Kundrák, Csaba Felhő, Gyula Varga, István Sztankovics, Tamás Makkai, Dmytro Borysenko

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Abstract

The increasing of the cutting speed and/or the feed rate is often chosen to increase the efficiency of the material removal. Of course, there are limits to the selection of specific values in both cases, such as the rigidity of the machining system or the loadability and lifetime of the cutting edges. When increasing the feed rate in face milling, the conditions of chip removal are changing considerably, because at low feed values, the material forming effect of the side edge (i.e. the edge on the lateral surface of the tool) is the most critical and the chip deforms perpendicular to it, while increasing the feed gradually moves the primary part of the chip removal to the edge lying perpendicular to the tool axis. Therefore, both two edges have a distinct role in chip removal due to their position and geometry. As the two edges are located on one cutting insert, their geometry needs to be examined individually and collectively, and searching for the most suitable combination for effective chip removal is needed. Therefore, preliminary investigations were performed to aid in the constructional design of the tool as well as the proper design of the seat of the inserts. The simulations were carried out by the AdvantEdge Finite Element Method (FEM) software. The article shows the results of this analysis, which can be utilized to increase the efficiency of face milling, which is often used in the machining of automotive parts.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationLecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering
PublisherPleiades Publishing
Pages241-254
Number of pages14
Edition9783319756769
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Jan 1 2018

Publication series

NameLecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering
Number9783319756769
ISSN (Print)2195-4356
ISSN (Electronic)2195-4364

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Milling (machining)
Cutting tools
Geometry
Machining
Seats
Rigidity
Finite element method

Keywords

  • Cutting tool design
  • Face milling
  • FEM modelling
  • Tool geometry

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Automotive Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Fluid Flow and Transfer Processes

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Karpuschewski, B., Kundrák, J., Felhő, C., Varga, G., Sztankovics, I., Makkai, T., & Borysenko, D. (2018). Preliminary investigations for the effect of cutting tool edge geometry in high-feed face milling. In Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering (9783319756769 ed., pp. 241-254). (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering; No. 9783319756769). Pleiades Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75677-6_20

Preliminary investigations for the effect of cutting tool edge geometry in high-feed face milling. / Karpuschewski, Bernhard; Kundrák, J.; Felhő, Csaba; Varga, Gyula; Sztankovics, István; Makkai, Tamás; Borysenko, Dmytro.

Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. 9783319756769. ed. Pleiades Publishing, 2018. p. 241-254 (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering; No. 9783319756769).

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Karpuschewski, B, Kundrák, J, Felhő, C, Varga, G, Sztankovics, I, Makkai, T & Borysenko, D 2018, Preliminary investigations for the effect of cutting tool edge geometry in high-feed face milling. in Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. 9783319756769 edn, Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering, no. 9783319756769, Pleiades Publishing, pp. 241-254. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75677-6_20
Karpuschewski B, Kundrák J, Felhő C, Varga G, Sztankovics I, Makkai T et al. Preliminary investigations for the effect of cutting tool edge geometry in high-feed face milling. In Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. 9783319756769 ed. Pleiades Publishing. 2018. p. 241-254. (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering; 9783319756769). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-75677-6_20
Karpuschewski, Bernhard ; Kundrák, J. ; Felhő, Csaba ; Varga, Gyula ; Sztankovics, István ; Makkai, Tamás ; Borysenko, Dmytro. / Preliminary investigations for the effect of cutting tool edge geometry in high-feed face milling. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. 9783319756769. ed. Pleiades Publishing, 2018. pp. 241-254 (Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering; 9783319756769).
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