rough turning

rough turning

[′rəf ′tərn·iŋ]
(mechanical engineering)
The removal of excess stock from a workpiece as rapidly and efficiently as possible.
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Alloys Unlimited and Processing is also a provider of specialty services including precision saw cutting, CNC machining, rough turning and boring, heat treating, and trepanning.
The measured values are represented in Table I (rough turning), and Table II (finish turning).
The cycle times obtained after optimizing the turn-mill process in SolidCAM software, when machining on CNC multitasking lathe according to the first operation belonging to the second variant are the following: 0.18 min for the face turning; 0.91 min for the rough turning; 0.23 min for the finish turning; 0.88 min for the drilling; 0.81 min for internal turning; 1.7 min for the face milling; 2.81 min for the radial milling.
This study developed a chip control system for rough turning that monitors the breaking of chips, estimates the length of the chips and eliminates continuous chips if those are formed.
Typically in rough turning, you can select a high enough speed rate to break a chip.
He got shuffled back at the start, I didn't really want to be that far back and it got very rough turning for home.
He got shuffled back at the start - I didn't really want to be that far back, and it got very rough turning for home.
Its primary target area is a depth of cut of 0.060" and greater, and feed rates from 0.008 to 0.032 ipr for medium to rough turning of steels.
The challenge is taking a solid piece of stock and rough turning the part shape with numerous straight cuts.