Taking high-speed dry milling as the final manufacturing process is a well-known environment-friendly manufacturing technology, which can increase the machining efficiency and reduce the ecological impacts of cutting fluids. However, the service performance of the machined components must be evaluated to judge the feasibility of this new technology before its widely application in industry. In the present work, the impact of machining parameters and tool wear on the service performance of 17-4PH stainless steel, including fatigue life and corrosion resistance, were investigated. It was found that the high-speed dry milled samples showed longer fatigue life and more excellent corrosion resistance than the polished ones by optimizing the cutting parameters. In addition, the excellent service performance of the high-speed dry milled samples was obtained during the whole cutting tool life cycle. These indicated that it was reasonable to take high-speed dry milling as the final manufacturing process of this material. In addition, the service performance of the machined components can be applied as the criterion to judge the feasibility of materials processing technologies.
The International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology – Springer Journals
Published: Nov 30, 2017
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