Feasibility of mild hard turning of stainless steel using coated carbide tool
MetadataShow full item record
Hard turning has been explored as an alternative to the traditional processing technique used to manufacture parts made of hardened steels. However, advanced cutting tool materials for hard turning applications are relatively expensive. The continuous developments in carbide tool material and its coating technology have offered inexpensive cutting tool alternatives for a mild range of hard turning operations. Commercially available TiAlN-coated carbide tool is utilized in this study to perform hard turning of stainless steel within the mild range (47-48 HRC) at various cutting parameters, i.e., cutting speed and feed. Empirical models to measure its performance by quantifying the effect of the cutting parameters to the tool's service lifetime and the machined workpiece's surface roughness are developed. The coated carbide tool performed hard turning with fair tool life and fine surface finish, especially at low cutting parameters as shown by the models' solutions for the optimized input selection. © 2011 Springer-Verlag.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Stachowiak, Grazyna; Stachowiak, Gwidon (2010)Tungsten carbide-based thick coatings are used as wear resistant claddings or surface overlays in industrial applications to counter erosive and/or abrasive wear problems. Three-body abrasive wear behaviour of infiltration ...
Sharif, S.; Safari, H.; Izman, S.; Kurniawan, Denni (2014)The surface quality generated when high speed dry end milling (HSDEM) Ti-6Al-4VELI titanium alloy with coated and uncoated carbide tools were investigated. Evaluation was conducted using TiAlN+TiN coated and uncoated ...
Tool Life of Coated Carbide Cutting Tool when Turning Hardened Stainless Steel under Minimum Quantity Lubricant Using Castor OilElmunafi, M.; Noordin, M.; Kurniawan, Denni (2015)© 2015 Cutting fluids have been used successfully in machining to extend tool life of the cutting tool, but the issues related to environment, health, and manufacturing cost suggest lessening their use whenever possible. ...