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ma·chine

(mă-shēn'),
Any mechanical apparatus or device.
[L. machina, contrivance]

machine

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ma·chine

(mă-shēn')
Any mechanical apparatus or device.
[L. machina, contrivance]

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(19,20,21) The proposal of considering chipping factor is reliable and can predict the materials' machinability; however, the chipping factor can be measured only after milling.
They also stated that there is a need for bridging the boundary between casting process and machining operations, with a view of examining various aspects affecting the machinability of Al-Si casting alloys.
Evaluation of machinability of austempered ductile irons in terms of cutting forces and surface quality, Journal of Materials Processing Technology 173(3): 260-268.
However, machinability tests (milling), were carried out in a vertical machining center CNC ROMI D 600 with insert SPHX1205 KY3500 and rotations of 5500 and 6366 rpm, to detect the useful life of the tool.
El-Baradie, Machinability of nickel-base super alloys: a general view, J.
In addition to being hypoallergenic, wholegrain, gluten-free and rich in.antioxidants and phytosterols, the shelf stable rice bran also improves the structure, sheir-life, texturisation and machinability of food products.
The Spanish-based company states the new products stand out for their machinability, bonding adhesion qualities and adaptability to other post-lamination finishes.
Carbon steel C45 was chosen on the basis that it is a reference material for the class of machinability 14b.
DO: Many types of material have been developed to improve machinability. Many times, the function of the component is not impacted by using material with increased machinability and should be included in the material specification of the component.
They cover the mechanics and modeling of machining polymer matrix composites reinforced by long fibers, the machinability of polymer matrix composites, drilling technology, abrasive water jet machining, metal matrix composites, and ceramic matrix composites.
However, the applications of MMCs are limited by their poor machinability which is a result of their highly abrasive nature that causes excessive tool wear in cutting with tungsten carbide tools and even with diamond tools.
They offer shrinkage similar to PETG and printing and machinability comparable to PVC.