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cutting speed

[′kəd·iŋ ‚spēd]
(mechanical engineering)
The speed of relative motion between the tool and workpiece in the main direction of cutting. Also known as feed rate; peripheral speed.
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The cutting technology combines adaptive workpiece thickness control, advanced straightness and corner control, and adaptive pulse discharge control to ensure precision and maximize cutting speed under different conditions including poor flushing or interrupted cuts.
Two-dimensional diagram In practice, this meant developing software that could calculate the stability lobe diagram (SLD), a two-dimensional diagram that compares axial depth to cutting speed with a boundary line dividing the curve in regions of stability or instability (chatter).
Baker [19] used a generic flow stress law to study the influence of cutting speed on the cutting force and chip formation process.