OPTIMIZATION OF VARIABLE PITCH MILLING CUTTERS
Cutting performance of standard helical milling cutters can be significantly increased by proper tuning of cutting edge geometry during the design. This video demonstrates how these analytically and numerically optimized tools increase the stability margins and the material removal rate for selected spindle speed regions.
This phenomenon was presented during CIRP HPC Conference at the Laboratory of Department of Applied MechanicsDownload video
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G. Stepan, D. Hajdu, A. Iglesias, D. Takacs, Z. Dombovari, Ultimate capability of variable pitch milling cutters, CIRP Annals 67(1), 373-376, 2018.