STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE OF CUTTING FLUID AMOUNT IN STEEL TURNING OF AISI 52100
The steel turning AISI 52100 has been gaining prominence in industry in recent years, as it allows machined parts to have better quality without the need for furthers processes. However, to ensure the final product quality, it is important that the turning for machining procedure is well planned and prepared, so that the cutting tools have their wear minimized in the process, while putting good productivity rates and zero occurrences of reworked parts. Thus, this article will study the quality of the machined surface in the turning process using interchangeable PCBN inserts. The aim is to identify the optimal combination of the input parameters that are cutting speed (Vc), feed (f) and machining depth (ap). The response measured is the roughness parameter Ra, under the influence of cutting fluid and tool wear.
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