rough turning

rough turning

[′rəf ′tərn·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The removal of excess stock from a workpiece as rapidly and efficiently as possible.
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Tenders are invited for Cc Insert Cnmg-120412 Rough Turning To Drg.
Table I: Input and output values for rough turning.
This study developed a chip control system for rough turning that monitors the breaking of chips, estimates the length of the chips and eliminates continuous chips if those are formed.
Typically in rough turning, you can select a high enough speed rate to break a chip.
He got shuffled back at the start, I didn't really want to be that far back and it got very rough turning for home.
He got shuffled back at the start - I didn't really want to be that far back, and it got very rough turning for home.
Tenders are invited for Cc Insert Cnmg 190612 Rough Turning Drg.
The challenge is taking a solid piece of stock and rough turning the part shape with numerous straight cuts.
These are due to the rough turning operation followed by the rectification with insufficient cooling,
We begin by rough turning to the approximate shape, then transferred it to the Hermle," Plesnik said.
From the basic 3D CAD model, representing in the same time the final product and/or containing the geometrical features for fine turning the semi-finished product, after rough turning, as well as the blank necessary for the manufacture of such product are automatically created.