Nickel Alloy Machining
Anthony Debusk (2022-04-18)
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Experimental and analytical methods are used to establish the dependence of the output parameters of surface belt grinding on the cutting speed and tool characteristics. The output parameters, such as the arithmetic mean of the surface roughness and the material removal rate during the belt grinding of steels, heat-resistant and light alloys, have been studied. Band sawing can be used for cutting off all nickel alloys, although it is not recommended for group D-2 alloys of thick section. Raker-set teeth are suggested for sawing all form of material other than light-gage sheet and thin-wall tube. The saw should constantly bite into the work; otherwise, the blade will work harden the material. A sulfurized or sulfochlorinated oil can be brushed on the saw teeth to prevent chip welding.
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