effective rake

effective rake

[ə¦fek·tiv ′rāk]
(mechanical engineering)
The angular relationship between the plane of the tooth face of the cutter and the line through the tooth point measured in the direction of chip flow.
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It is seemed that this leads to an increase in the effective rake angle, and then results a decrease in the cutting force.
announces a new series of carbide-tipped capscrew counterbores designed with helical flutes to provide positive effective rake. These new tools are available in inch and metric sizes, and feature heat-treated alloy steel straight shanks, with integral pilots and material specific carbide grades.
The counterbores are designed with helical flutes to provide positive effective rake. The end-cutting edges are sharpened slightly ahead of center to provide a shearing cutting action and eliminate chatter.
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