Text icon  TALAT Lecture 3100: Machining of Products

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Description: In general, aluminium alloys have excellent machining properties compared with other common engineering metals.The lecture describes the machinability of aluminium alloys, the necessary tools and equipments in order to obtain optimum results. General background in production engineering and machine tools is assumed.
Keywords: machining • forming • machinability • aluminium chips • surface • tool wear • cutting force • classification • cutting materials • high-speed steel • carbide-tipped tools • diamond • tool design • milling tools • drills • saws • circular saws • wrought alloys • casting alloys • machines • drives • rigidity • spindle construction • control • clamping tools • gripping tools • cooling lubricants • cutting fluids • chip removal • equipment
Categories: Materials > Metals & alloys > Aluminium & alloys
Processes > Shaping > Machining
Created by: P Johne, Aluminium-Zentrale e.V., Düsseldorf
European Aluminium Association, Brussels
Published by: European Aluminium Association, Brussels
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Date created: 01 January 1994
Date added: 25 September 2009
Resource ID: 2190