Innovative approach of drills acquisition using electrical current. A case study

@inproceedings{Daicu2017InnovativeAO,
  title={Innovative approach of drills acquisition using electrical current. A case study},
  author={Raluca Daicu and Valentin Dițu and Gheorghe Oancea},
  year={2017}
}
During the process of drilling metals there are used cutting tools that can be acquisitioned directly from the producers, from distributors or from supermarkets. Because the offer is varied and there are different producers, the acquisition must be made after an economical analysis that includes experimental tests. The paper presents an innovative methodology of drills acquisition based on electrical current at cutting process. The researches were developed using HS 6-5-2 steel drills of 8 mm… Expand
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