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The optimal rake angle is largely determined by the material’s hardness. A larger rake angle results in a sharper cutting tool that will penetrate the material more easily, but also makes the edge more fragile. A smaller (or negative) rake angle reduces the penetration efficiency but increases the strength of the cutting edge and thus reduces wear. (8) A larger rake angle is used for softer.
Cutter geometry encompasses various geometrical features of the tool, which includes, but is not limited to, rake angle, clearance angle, inclination angle, cutting angles, nose radius, and edge radius. Judicial selection of these parameters is indispensably necessary to obtain best result for specific material under given conditions.
The geometric variables (approaching angle and rake angle) of the tool were changed using selected cutting parameters; thus, the cutting force components and temperature variations on tool face (in secondary shear zone) were determined. The selected cutting variables and the tools in different geometries were tested practically under workshop conditions. In this way, the essential information.
In this article we will discuss about:- 1. Cutting Forces of Lathe 2. Cutting Speed 3. Feed 4. Depth of Cut 5. Turning Problems. Cutting Forces of Lathe: The cutting forces depend upon several factors like work material, cutting speed, feed rate, depth of cut, approach angle, side rake angle, back rake angle, nose radius and tool wear. The.
Side relief angle: The angle between flank below the cutting edge and a line perpendicular the base of the tool.It is also known as side relief angle. End relief angle: The angle between the end flank and plane normal to the base.Extra edge clearance is provided; it is also called clearance angle. Large end relief angle causes the breaking of cutting tool.
Rake angle is a parameter used in various cutting and machining processes, describing the angle of the cutting face relative to the work. There are three types of rake angles: positive, zero or neutral, and negative. Positive rake: A tool has a positive rake when the face of the cutting tool slopes away from the cutting edge at inner side.
Rake angle and clearance angle are the most significant for all the cutting tools. (3) It should be properly selected for performance evaluation criteria such as: Surface finish Lower Temperature at Cutting zone Less Tool wear and Long Tool life etc. (15) The tool geometry effects on turning performance parameters are mentioned in Figure1. Fig -1: Effect of tool geometry on performance.