clearance angle


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clearance angle

[′klir·əns ‚aŋ·gəl]
(mechanical engineering)
The angle between a plane containing the end surface of a cutting tool and a plane passing through the cutting edge in the direction of cutting motion.
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The clearance angle of the tool is 10[degrees], and the cutting thickness is 2 mm.
The construction of the forming tools at both tools accomplishes the condition of minimum working geometry at clearance angle of [[alpha].sub.emin] = 2[degrees].
Postlarvae with <2 mm SL had strongly curved rachidian and lateral teeth with clearance angles of -15[degrees] to 20[degrees].
The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of tip height, radial clearance angle, blade lateral runout, and tip materials of circular saws on the surface quality of machined wood-based composites in terms of the surface roughness height.
The normal force exceeds the parallel force for the 5-degree clearance angle at approximately 22,000 inches length of cut.
Now, Stewart is moving to the next phase of research and development - rake and clearance angle. He is also examining other types of corrosion.
We considered this parameter, and we tested three different sawtooth designs with different rake and side clearance angles.
Limited Tenders are invited for 1)Insert Snmm 250724 Grade Sn-Trr Or Tn-4000 Or P-40 Or Equivalent Grade For The Machining Of Cast Steel Or Equivalent Carbide Insert With Square Shape Of Edge =25.40 Mm, Zero Clearance Angle With Chip Breaker And Tolerance As Per Code "M" Of Iso Code For Insert.
The sintered cemented carbide router bit in this study had a diameter of 10 mm, a rake angle of 33 degrees, and a clearance angle of 20 degrees.
The cutter features a chip space opening angle of about 60[degrees], and has a clearance angle of 11[degrees], and the inserts are prevented from rotating by a square design at the seat.
PCD tools within a diameter range of 3 to 320 mm can be machined; for example, the first clearance angle in the PCD can be eroded and the second clearance angle in carbide can be ground creating the perfect land width at the cutting edge.
(1997), in a low-speed orthogonal cutting study, presented the results of the effects of clearance angle and depth of cut on the machinability of MDF.