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Beno J.,Masiarska ul. 74 | Stahovec J.,Masiarska ul. 74 | Vrabel M.,Masiarska ul. 74
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2014

This paper deals with a methodology of identifying surface quality when end-ball milling form surfaces which are applied in tool making. This methodology was developed for the 3D milling process and it consists of following parts as design of the samples, surface milling and checking surfaces with different sequence of radii ratio. That sequence was used to model real form surfaces applied in tool making. Based on the defined measurability of the surface roughness, two milling strategies have been applied to produce radii sequence. In order to prevent undesired cusp formation in the 3D milling, the response surface methodology and statistical analysis are used to evaluate surface quality. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland. Source


Beno J.,Masiarska ul. 74 | Stahovec J.,Masiarska ul. 74 | Mankova I.,Masiarska ul. 74 | Vrabel M.,Masiarska ul. 74 | Kandrac L.,Masiarska ul. 74
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2014

This paper introduces chosen results from measuring cutting forces when end ball milling as well as combined approach to their evaluation. Such a combined approach involves Taguchi array and Response Surface Methodology while main cutting data as depth of cut and side step and cutting speed and feed rate have been taken into account. Main effects of cutting data mentioned above have been identified by means of statistical formulae expressing testing conditions of ball end milling cutters. Interactions among all the cutting conditions are capable of finding out optimized radial and axial depth of cut which are derived from the measured components of the cutting force. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland. Source

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