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INNOTOOL Innovative Werkzeugtechnik GmbH Phone: +49-(0)7042-8316-0

Florianstrae 17 Fax: +49-(0)7042-8316-26


71665 Vaihingen-Horrheim, Germany E-mail: info@innotool.de

Important Formulae for Milling Machining


existing: Dc = ... tool diameter
Speed Feed Rate z = ... no. of effective cutting edges
given: vc = ... cutting speed
v 1000
n= c (RPM) vf = fz z n (mm/min) fz = ... feed rate per tooth
Dc wanted: n = ? speed
vf = ? feed rate

with tool diameter 315 mm tool- factor tool- factor


315 1 80 4
rough calculation example calculation 250 1,3 63 5
200 1,6 50 6,4
n = vc 180 m/min 1000 160 2 40 8
n=
315 mm 3,14 125 2,5 32 10
n ~ vc factor 100 3,2 25 13

Tips for the Praxis


SYNCHRONE RUN COUNTER RUN
cutting into thick chip cutting into thin chip
temperature through chip causes friction and bruising
temperature through tool
Exceptions:
! If possible synchrone run !
Important for stainless steel Use at casting skins.
machining! Use at older machines
with backlash.

Contact Relation at hm = average cutting width


Rough Machining
If ae < 1/3 Dc higher fz-values can higher productivity
be used for milling! higher tool life

Approximation formula for ae = contact width


smaller than 1/3 of tool diameter:
average cutting width feed rate per tooth

ae Dc
hm = fz fz = hm ae
Dc
synchrone run
Relation da (tool dia. /cutting depth) has to be set
standard roughing conditions: p
ae ~ 70% additionally when using round inserts.

difficult conditions: Feed Rate per Tooth comparable


adjust.angle
ae ~ 30 - 40%
(hard milling, d
heavy machining materials) Dc
fz = hm ae ap

INSERT APKT08 AOMT11 AOMT16 BCKT13 OFMT05 OFMW05 OFMT07 OFMW07

hm 0,08 0,1 0,15 0,12 0,12 0,2 0,15 0,2


INSERT RHHW06/08 RHKW10/12 RHKW16/20 SDMT08 SDMW08 SEKT09 SHLT14 SHEW15

hm 0,1 0,15 0,2 0,08 0,15 0,1 0,15 0,2


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