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cutting takes place as a result of the relative velocity between the tool and the workpiece, it does not matter whether the tool is stationary and the workpiece is moving (turning), the workpiece is stationary and the cutting edge is moving (drilling), or a combination of the two as shown in Figure 31 (milling, although the work piece velocity is usually very small compared to the cutting edge velocity) [1]
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Fig 31: Various chip removal processes in metal cutting [2]
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The workpiece material is assumed to shear along a plane angled out in front of the cutting edge This shear plane is at an angle relative to the cutting geometry There are several theories commonly used to predict the shear plane angle One other parameter which is required, and which may be difficult to predict, is the friction coefficient between the cutting/rake face and the work piece material
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Turning is a metal cutting process used for the generation of cylindrical surfaces Typically, the workpiece is rotated on a spindle, and the tool is fed into it radically, axially or both ways simultaneously to give the required surface The term turning , in the general sense, refers to the generation of any cylindrical surface with a single-point tool More specifically, it is often applied just to the generation of external cylindrical surfaces oriented primarily parallel to the workpiece axis The generation of surfaces oriented primarily perpendicular to the workpiece axis is called facing In turning, the direction
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of the feeding motion is predominantly axial with respect to the machine spindle In facing, a radial feed is dominant Tapered and contoured surfaces require both modes of tool feed at the same time, often referred to as profiling [2] The principle used in all machine tools is one of generating the surface required by providing a suitable relative motion between the workpiece and the cutting tool The primary motion is the main motion provided by a machine tool to cause a relative motion between the tool and workpiece so that the face of the tool Fig 32: Cylindrical turning on an engine lathe Note the approaches the workpiece material transient surface that is generated [3] Usually, the primary motion absorbs most of the total power required to perform a machining operation The feed motion is defined as a motion that may be provided to the tool or workpiece by the machine tool which, when added to the primary motion, leads to repeated or continuous chip removal and the creation of the machined surface with the desired geometric characteristics The cutting characteristics of most turning applications are similar For a given surface, only one cutting tool is used This tool must overhang its holder to some extent to enable the holder to clear the rotating workpiece Once the cutting starts, the tool and the workpiece are usually in contact until the surface is completely generated During this time, the cutting speed and cut dimensions will be constant when a cylindrical surface is being turned In the case of facing operations, the cutting speed is proportional to the work piece diameter, the speed decreasing as the center of the piece is approached Sometimes, a spindle speed changing mechanism is provided to increase the rotating speed of the workpiece as the tool moves to the center of the part In general, turning is characterized by steady conditions of metal cutting Except at the beginning and the end of the cut, the forces on the cutting tool and the tool tip temperature are essentially constant For the special case of facing, the varying cutting speed will affect the tool tip temperature Higher temperatures will be encountered for larger diameters of the workpiece However, since the cutting speed has only a small effect on cutting forces, the forces acting on a facing tool may be expected to remain almost constant during the cutting operation [3]
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