BLADES OF CUTTING TOOLS AND ECOLOGY

  • Michael Rehlat
  • Arvydas Menčinskas

Abstract

In a quest to obtain these advantages, users are requiring their cutting edges to have progressively smaller tolerances, e.g. of radius, bevel length and angle. This increases requirements in the manufacturing of predefined cutting edge geometries.
According to established procedures, up to 100% of all tools have to be tested. Typical tolerances of <10μm are hardly leaving any margin for manufacturing or measurement errors.
Published
2016-06-28
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