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Using a minimum quantity of lubricant (MQL) and a diamond coated tool in the drilling of aluminum–silicon alloys
Abstract In the last decades, the improvement in the coatings of carbide tools and in the chemical and mechanical properties of tool materials, has caused the increase of tool working life inExpand
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Correlating tool wear, tool life, surface roughness and tool vibration in finish turning with coated carbide tools
Abstract Experiments have been carried out in an attempt to monitor the change of workpiece surface roughness caused by the increase of tool wear, through the variation of the vibration in finishExpand
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Influence of refrigeration/lubrication condition on SAE 52100 hardened steel turning at several cutting speeds
Nowadays, the use of cutting fluids on machining operations has been questioned, due to problems they may cause to the environment, due to damage to human health and also more due to the severe lawsExpand
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Performance of coated, cemented carbide, mixed-ceramic and PCBN-H tools when turning W320 steel
TiN-coated cemented carbide, mixed ceramic and PCBN with a high percentage of CBN (PCBN-H) tools were used for reconditioned turning of hardened and tempered W320 steel hot working dies. The dies areExpand
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Hard turning of interrupted surfaces using CBN tools
Abstract Some of the advantages of using turning instead of grinding for the finish machining of hardened steel surfaces are: high flexibility, the ability to cut complex surfaces with a singleExpand
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Correlating surface roughness, tool wear and tool vibration in the milling process of hardened steel using long slender tools
Abstract High speed milling is an operation frequently used in finishing and semi-finishing of dies and molds. However, when it is necessary to produce molds with deep cavities and/or with smallExpand
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Application of cutting fluids in machining processes
In the last decade a lot has been discussed about the suitability of using cutting fluid in abundance to cool and lubricate machining processes. The use of cutting fluid generally causes economy ofExpand
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Cutting conditions for finish turning process aiming: the use of dry cutting
To avoid the use of cutting fluids in machining operations is one goal that has been searched for by many people in industrial companies, due to ecological and human health problems caused by theExpand
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Correlating tool life, tool wear and surface roughness by monitoring acoustic emission in finish turning
Abstract Experiments have been conducted in an attempt to monitor the changing of workpiece surface roughness caused by the increase of tool wear, through the variation of acoustic emission in finishExpand
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Experimental evaluation on grinding wheel wear through vibration and acoustic emission
The dressing process is necessary to reestablish the surface of the grinding wheel, when its grains lose their edges and break due to the wheel wear. Dressing must be done to avoid part rejectionsExpand
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