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Numerical Analysis for Machining Center Milling Education of Deformation by Vise Stress to Minimize
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 Title & Authors
Numerical Analysis for Machining Center Milling Education of Deformation by Vise Stress to Minimize
Kim, Jin-Woo; Bong, Ha-Yoon;
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 Abstract
ABS material is easy to process, impact resistance and heat resistance is strong. ABS material is often used as a substitute for the interior and exterior metal material for an automobile. As the demand of ABS increases, fabricating education using ABS has also been increasing its importance. As part of its education, ABS material is used in the mold fabricating part of the regional and national skills competition. At this time, the force of the vise for fixing the ABS material in the processing using the ABS material can affect the final shape after machining. However, it has not been an accurate description of the notes and instructions of working in education. Therefore, in this study, we study the impact the force of vise affect structural shape in the fabricating education using ABS material and during fabricating education of ABS material, trying to present the notes of the appropriate it.
 Keywords
ABS;CFD;Deformation;Machining center;Vise;
 Language
Korean
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