2. Reasonable selection of tool geometry parameters. In […]
2. Reasonable selection of tool geometry parameters. In order to reduce the cutting temperature and reduce the tool sticking phenomenon, the front angle of the tool can be appropriately reduced, and the contact area between the chip and the rake face can be increased to dissipate heat. At the same time, the back angle of the tool is increased to reduce the rebound of the machined surface and the tool back. The frictional contact of the surface causes the tool to be bonded and the surface precision of the machined surface to be reduced; the cutting edge should adopt a circular arc transition to enhance the tool strength. For the processing of titanium alloys, the tool should be ground frequently to ensure that the blade shape is sharp and the chip removal is smooth.