Effect of cutting parameters on surface roughness in turning of bone
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Ndaruhadi, P. and Sharif, S. and Noordin, M. and Kurniawan, D. 2014. Effect of cutting parameters on surface roughness in turning of bone, pp. 708-712.
Advanced Materials Research
Surface roughness indicates the damage of the bone tissue due to bone machining process. Aiming at inducing the least damage, this study evaluates the effect of some cutting conditions to the surface roughness of machined bone. In the turning operation performed, the variables are cutting speed (26 and 45 m/min), feed (0.05 and 0.09 mm/rev), tool type (coated and uncoated), and cutting direction (longitudinal and transversal). It was found that feed did not significantly influence surface roughness. Among the influencing factor, the rank is tool type, cutting speed, and cutting direction. © (2014) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.
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