- Volume 20 Issue 4
In the use of glass fiber reinforced plastics it is often necessary to cutting the components, but the cutting GFRP is often made difficult by the delamination of composites and the short tool life. In this paper, the machinability of GFRP by mean of tool materials and type was experimentally investigated. By proper selection of cutting tool material and type excellent machining of this workpiece is achieved. The surface quality relate closely with the feed rate and cutting tools.
Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastics;Single Crystal Diamond Tool;Poly Crystal Diamond;Cubic Boron Nitride(C.B.N.);Tool Dynamometer;Scanning Electron Microscope;PSD(Power Spectrum Density)