Evaluating The Cutting Process Parameters For Achieving The Preferred Machined Quality

2077 WordsSep 13, 20169 Pages
Milling is a constructive machining process used in the production industry to make and assembling the components. The extensive and expensive experimental work is necessary to evaluate the cutting process parameters for achieving the preferred machined quality. In this regard, the present work is focused on minimizing the machined damage. Moreover, the paper presents the comparative analysis and performance of two different mill tools such as a specially designed carbide tipped tool and a solid carbide tool. Subsequently, comparing the evaluation of two tools was illustrated by plotting origin graphs. Finally, experimental results were thoroughly analyzed by Scanning electron micrographs to study the cutting characteristics of machined surface texture. Keywords: compression moulding technique, cutting process parameters, End milling tools, GFRP composite laminates, SEM. Introduction FRP composites having superior material properties when compared with metals, improved corrosion resistance, fatigue resistance, less weight to strength ratio and high fracture toughness. Hence GFRP composites frequently used in several applications like sports goods, racing car bodies and aerospace components [1]. Often composite products manufactured by near-net shapes. The components made by secondary machining processes are involving to get good dimensional accuracy and geometrical shapes done by turning, drilling and milling operations in a specified manner [2]. The author has presented in

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