depth of cut


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depth of cut

[¦depth əv ′kət]
(metallurgy)
The thickness that is removed as a workpiece is being machined.
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77717 Labels: A = Spindle Speed, rpm B = Feed Rate, mm/min C = Depth of Cut, mm [R.
The effect of minimum quantity lubrication on cutting forces under different cutting speed, feed rate and depth of cut by comparing the effects of dry conditions are shown in Fig.
The model input variables are the spindle speed, feed rate, depth of cut and the workpiece-tool vibration amplitude.
For the determination of these values the input data is the type of tool material, type of tool geometry and cutting conditions like speed, feed and depth of cut.
The levels for the depth of cut parameter were equally spaced at 1/8, 1/4, and 3/8 inch.
Pertinent data: The MN's depth of cut ranges from 0.
As for cutting conditions it is appropriate to choose the depth of cut and feed so that tool got behind hardened layer in machining, respectively, to avoid high strain rate material.
4] investigated the effect of cutting speed, feed rate and depth of cut on surface roughness and cutting forces using three level factorial design (33) during machining of bearing steel (AISI 52100) with CBN tool.
A machining operation optimized for a specific depth of cut cannot be expected to perform as effectively when dimensional variability introduces larger or smaller depths of cut than anticipated.
Marine Machining tried every major insert brand, chip breaker, speed, and feed to machine the Aquamet, and chose what seemed like the best insert grade and chip breaker, maximized depth of cut, feed rate, and SFM.