Publisher : The Korean Society of Mechanical Engineers
DOI : 10.22634/KSME-A.2001.25.3.399
Title & Authors
Improvement of the Accuracy in Cornering Cut Using End Mill Kim, Yong-Hyeon; Go, Seong-Rim;
The Surface, generated by end milling operation, is deteriorated by tool runout, vibration, friction, tool deflection, etc. Especially in cornering cut, surface accuracy is usually determined by varying cutting forces, which causes tool deflections. Cutting conditions like feed rate is usually kept constant during machining a part, which causes dimensional error in severe cutting. Cornering cut is a typical example of deterioration of surface accuracy when constant feed rate is applied. Therefore it becomes important to develop NC post processor module to determine optimal cutting conditions in various cutting situations. In this paper, cutting force is predicted in cornering cut with flat end mill and feed rate is determined by constraining constantly resultant force. Also some control characteristics of CNC machining center are evaluated.
End Mill;Cornering Cut;Radial Depth;Resultant Cutting Force;Feed Rate;