surface machining

surface machining

[′sər·fəs mə‚shēn·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
The cutting of three-dimensional shapes in a piece of work, by using numerical control equipment to transmit predetermined paths and designs.
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Surface machining soon followed, and the company has relied on the software ever since.
Surface machining was also often an issue because the surface was defined by the height of the highest vane and vane height tolerance exceptions were common.
The generation process of residual stress is extremely complicated during wheel reprofiling; it affects the surface machining quality of tread and the practical performance and lifetime of wheelset [10].
Col Horowitz also called in at the Technium OpTIC on St Asaph Business Park where he met incubator firms including Trace Technologies and Laser Micromachining and toured process facilities for ultra precision surface machining.
This collection of 201 peer-reviewed international papers from the conference is grouped into seven sections on thermal spray technology, vapor deposition technologies, electrodeposition and electroless deposition, energetic beams and plasma surface treatments, wear and corrosion behavior of engineering surfaces, functional films and coatings, and surface machining and mechanical processing technologies.
In addition, there are new three-axis surface machining capabilities that provide more control and flexibility in toolpath generation with integral high speed machining support.
The company prospected for complex and challenging surface machining opportunities, specifically with engines.
Mounted either on live or dead shafts, with a large choice of surface machining, coatings or linings, Roll Concept offers a complete solution and service package for each specific enquiry.

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