Performance of Variable Helix and Pitch Cutting Tools on Chatter Vibration in End Milling of Inconel 718
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Hou, Hoe Chen
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This research work carried out to investigate the performance of variable helix and pitch cutting tools on the chatter vibration of Inconel 718. The results show that variable helix and pitch cutting tool are able to enhance the stability in the milling process of Inconel 718. In addition, it also revealed that tool corner geometry plays a significant role in reducing chatter vibration, improving surface roughness and conserving longer tool life.
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