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Carbide End Mills Process Reliability

Aug 09, 2017

Carbide End Mills Process reliability

The process reliability is critical when cutting and cutting operations, especially when the tool must be deeply cut into the workpiece. A new grooving system with single-edged grooved blades is particularly important begging. Tübingen Walter designs the SX system with a new self-clamping single-edged grooved blade for these applications. Its special feature is that the blade was curved, and thus with the blade seat seam fit. This profile fit prevents loss of blade stability in the feed direction at high loads.

Walter for the use of cutting blades to prepare more tools, including G2012 single-type tool with internal cooling function, slot depth of up to 33mm. Cutters with enhanced tool holders G2042 series can choose between the left and right specifications, the blade board can also be used for cutting the depth of 33mm, is the need to firmly cut the case of the first choice of cutting tools; large cut deep cut off the knife board G2042 is the knife With a variant, the depth of cut up to 60mm. G2042 special is that the two blade seat and a wide range of versatility. Another highlight of the Walter Cut-SX also provides blades for saw blades

, Walter also at the same time Blaxx? (Black Knight) series saw blade cutter F5055 on the market, the tool design represents a particularly strong tool, cutting efficient and safe and reliable, with the use of Tiger

Tec? Silver cutting material, the blade is firmly clamped, even in the milling machine cut and slit can meet these conditions.

These new out of the tool greatly shorten the time, you can also stabilize the loss.

 Carbide End Mills During the milling process, the workpiece can be fed in the direction of rotation relative to the tool, which affects the start and finish characteristics of the cutting.

Carbide End Mills The feed direction of the workpiece is the same as the direction of rotation of the carbide end mill in the cutting area when the milling is done (also known as the same milling). Chip thickness from the beginning will gradually

(See also reverse milling), the feed direction of the workpiece is opposite to the direction of rotation of the cutter in the cutting area.

The chip thickness begins to zero and then gradually increases with the cutting process.

Carbide End Mills During the reverse milling, the carbide end mill blades start cutting from the zero chip thickness, which results in a high cutting force, which drives the carbide end mills and the workpieces

keep away. After the hard alloy end mill blade is forced into the cut, it is usually brought into contact with the machined hardened surface caused by the cutting blade, and at the same time the friction and high temperature Rub and polish effect. Cutting force is also easier to lift the workpiece from the table.