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How to solve the problem of bending deformation of turning slender axle?

In machining, many shaft-type parts have a large length-to-diameter ratio of L/d>25. Under the effects of cutting forces, gravity, and dead-center tailstock forces, horizontally oriented slender shafts can easily bend or even become unstable. Therefore, measures must be taken to improve the force conditions on slender axles during turning operations. Analysis of Factors Causing Bending […]

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How to select boring tools?

Boring tools are the main machining processes of machining centers. It can accurately ensure the dimensional and geometric accuracy of hole systems and correct errors from previous processes. Therefore, selecting the appropriate boring tool is very important. Boring processing requirements Most cylindrical holes finished by boring operations are main fitting holes or bearing holes in

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Climb Milling vs Conventional Milling

Milling cutters are generally multi-tooth cutting tools. Due to the involvement of multiple teeth in cutting simultaneously and the longer cutting edges enabled, higher material removal rates can be achieved for higher productivity. Different milling cutters allow the machining of flat surfaces, grooves, slots, steps and complex contours, as well as gear teeth, threads, spline

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Why cutting Tools Undergo Passivation Treatment?

Tool passivation is a way to extend cutting tool life. It improves tool quality through processes like flattening, polishing, and deburring. This is actually a normal step in cutting tool manufacturing after grinding and before coating. What is cutting tool passivation? It improves tool quality through processes like flattening, polishing, and deburring. This is a

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Different cutting of various metal work materials

In metal cutting processes, there are different metal work materials, and each material has unique chip formation and removal characteristics. How can we understand the properties of different materials? ISO standards classify metal materials into 6 groups, each with distinct machinability properties. This article will summarize them separately. Metal materials are classified into 6 groups:

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How to improve the surface Finishing of the turning ?

In the finishing stage of turning operations, the last thing operators want to do is scrap parts due to poor surface finish quality. The factory also needs to consider many factors to improve surface finishing and meet customer requirements. Suitable cutting tools and parameters are indispensable, but taking a comprehensive approach to producing a better

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How to remove machining burr

In metal processing, machining burrs are inevitable. In general, deburring methods can be divided into four categories: 1. Coarse level (hard contact): This category includes machining, grinding, filing and scraping. 2. Medium level (soft contact): This category includes belt sanding, polishing, elastic grinding wheel and buffing. 3. Precision level (flexible contact): This category includes jet

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How Tungsten Carbide Inserts Are Manufactured?

Tungsten carbide inserts are essential components used in various industries for cutting, shaping, and machining applications. Known for their exceptional hardness, wear resistance and durability, tungsten carbide inserts are manufactured through a meticulous process that involves several key steps. Let’s explore how tungsten carbide inserts are manufactured from start to finish. Brief background on tungsten

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