down milling

down milling

[′dau̇n ‚mil·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
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investigated the effect of cutting parameters on surface roughness in up- and down milling. In major part of these publications was flank wear, the main criterion for evaluation of experiments.
Down milling operations were performed, the cutting tool was an end mill of 16 mm diameter with two carbide inserts SandvikCoromant R390 and presented on Fig.
The company will be winding down milling operations and will eventually place the Union Reefs plant on care and maintenance.
Because silica mills are not designed to handle metallics, tramp metal may plug up and shut down milling plants.
The different wear behaviour of up and down milling is described in [6].
We are all familiar with the fact that milling tools prefer to Climb Mill (or what some refer to as down milling).
where the upper signs are for up milling and the lower ones are for down milling. Because [v.sub.D] depends on [[PHI].sub.P], it varies during processing and influences the active cutting edge geometry.
The cutting experiments were carried out in down milling on a workpiece (steel OL 37 type, STAS 500/1;2-80) with four little surfaces for different tool path orientations (Fig.