In this study, influence of added linear vibration of cutting tool on the performance of rotary turning of AISI 4140 steel is investigated. Experimental tests are carried out at different cutting and tool rotary speeds by using special equipment for ultrasonic assisted rotary turning. The results of surface roughness, cutting force, and tool wear obtained during vibratory-rotary cutting are compared by the values of conventional and rotary turning. At the end, it is shown that lower displacement of workpiece in the radial direction, decrease of tool rake angle, and producing cooling cycle during disengagement time in vibration cutting cause lower wear distribution along the circumference of cutting tool. As a consequence to that, a significant reduction in surface roughness and cutting force is observed compared to the conventional and rotary turning. Besides, effect of variations in tool rotary and cutting speeds on output parameters are evaluated.
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology – Springer Journals
Published: Feb 9, 2017
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