Influence of cutting parameters on machinable glass ceramic processed by end milling
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This experimental research work attempted to use End milling on Machinable GlassCeramic (MGC) using micro grain solid carbide end mill under dry conditions. The predictiveSurface Roughness model has been developed in terms of Spindle speed, Feed rate and axial depthof cut by Response Surface Methodology (RSM). The influence of each milling parameter analyzedand results showed that axial depth of cut was the most dominant variable. The adequacy of themodel has been verified by ANOVA.
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