peripheral milling

peripheral milling

[pə′rif·ə·rəl ′mil·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
Removing metal from a surface parallel to the axis of a milling cutter.
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Model for surface topography prediction in peripheral milling considering tool vibration.
Simulation of cutting process in peripheral milling by predictive cutting force model based on minimum cutting energy, International Journal of Machine Tools and Manufacture, 467-473.
Anyway the problem of cutting forces during peripheral milling is important for many CAM producers.
Ferncndez et al., "Model for surface topography prediction in peripheral milling considering tool vibration," CIRP Annals--Manufacturing Technology, vol.
Powdered metal roughing end mills provide the toughness of high-speed steel and wear characteristics similar to micro-grain carbide for slotting, pocketing, and peripheral milling of aluminum.
The powdered metal substrate provides the toughness of high-speed steel and wear characteristics similar to micro-grain carbide, for slotting, pocketing, and peripheral milling of aluminum.
The coated tools were used in the peripheral milling of wood-chip cement board.
Vizan, Analysis of Machining Strategies for Peripheral Milling, Procedia Engineering, Volume 63, 2013, Pages 573-581, The Manufacturing Engineering Society International Conference, MESIC 2013.
In the present section the conceived geometry, boundary conditions, meshing, interactions and hypothesis to build a FE based 3D down-cut peripheral milling case are discussed.
Form milling: The number of parallel surfaces and angular relationships that can be machined by peripheral milling is limited almost only by cutter design.
1, which demonstrates a schematic representation of the 2D down-cut peripheral milling model with mesh densities (optimal mesh 15 - 40 [micro]n) at various h values and tool-workpiece boundary conditions.
Peripheral milling is affected by several variables that make its modelling especially complex.