Continuous Tool Wear Monitoring in Turning
Quantitative characterization of cutting tool wear in turning is critical to cutting tool performance evaluation. It is therefore highly desirable to have a simple, yet accurate method of measuring tool wear during such an operation.
KeywordsCarbide Phen Sylvan
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