The Analysis Of The State Of A Turned Surface With The Use Of Its Image
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A. Zawada-Tomkiewicz & B. Storch
This paper presents the influence of cutting parameters on the machined surface in turning. Machined surface geometrical features were analyzed in the aspect of four different tool geometries. The analyzed machined surfaces possessed definitely unlike features. The tool with rounded cutting wedge created a machined surface in a form of a thread. For the greater tool nose radius the machined surface was smoother and contained fewer features of the thread. In wiper geometry the machined surface was burnished by the additional radii. In modified geometry, in a form of artificial wear, the machined surface was very smooth with visible material side flow. The aspect of the machined surface creation was discussed for each different geometry. The machined surface after turning was analyzed with the use of surface image data. Turned surface images were indicated dependent on feed rate and tool geometry. Keywords: turning, tool geometry, machined surface, image analysis.
turning, tool geometry, machined surface, image analysis