machining stress

machining stress

[mə′shēn·iŋ ‚stress]
(metallurgy)
Residual stress in the work caused by machining.
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Tenders Are Invited For Supply of Machining Stress Relieving Ccpcoating And Grinding Of Valve Spindle Ccp Coating With Hvof Process
The segment is heat-treated to relieve machining stresses, and then the mirror side is roughed before another stress-relief treatment.
Unlike annealed stampings, fully hardened electroforms need no heat-treating and have no induced machining stresses that can distort finished shapes.
Features include a single-piece solid steel base designed to resist machining stresses during high-speed routing.
Potentially far more expensive, a broken parting tool could inject unwanted carbide and machining stresses into a critical aerospace component worth several thousand dollars.
When the thread is large, such as 4 to 6 pitch or 4 to 6 threads per inch, conventional tapping tools won't stand up to the machining stresses and won't make a straight hole anywhere near as deep as required.