It is a well acknowledged fact that virtually all of our modern-day components and assemblies rely to some extent on machining operations in their manufacturing process. Thus, there is clearly a substantive machining requirement which will continue to be of prime importance for the foreseeable future. Cutting Tool Technology provides a comprehensive guide to the latest developments in the use of cutting tool technology. The book covers new machining and tooling topics such as high-speed and hard-part machining, near-dry and dry-machining strategies, multi-functional tooling, diamond-like and atomically-modified coatings, plus many others. Also covered are subjects important from a research perspective, such as micro-machining and artificial intelligence coupled to neural network tool condition monitoring. A practical handbook complete with troubleshooting tables for common problems, Cutting Tool Technology is an invaluable reference for researchers, manufacturers and users of cutting tools.Industrial Handbook Graham T. Smith ... Crockford, G. Application of Modern Tooling in Machining Centres, Int. Conf. on Industrial Tooling, Shirley Press, 95a 100, Sept. 1997. Deren, M. A Tale of ... Kennedy, B. Facing Facts [Face Milling a Automotive Parts]. Cutting Tool ... 2007. Kline, W.A., DeVor, R.E. and Lindberg, J.R. The Prediction of Cutting Forces in End Milling with Application to Cornering Cuts. ... Fine Tuning [Milling Cutter Insert Density], 14a15, The Cutting Edge, No.1 , 1989.
|Title||:||Cutting Tool Technology|
|Author||:||Graham T. Smith|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-07-03|