Machine System Design and Performance
Milling analyses and the influence of new, nonconventional cutting theories have encouraged the development and implementation of high-speed milling for manufacture of both ferrous and nonferrous metal machined parts. Existing data and academic documentation support both economic and technical feasibility of high-speed machining (HSM), specifically milling.
KeywordsFeed Rate Chordal Error High Feed Rate Numerically Control Programming Candidate Part
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