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These materials have a great propensity for seizing the tool when in an annealed state. Cutting forces and specific powers are greater than for the same materials with significantly more work hardening. Thus, the processing history of a metal is an important determining factor for the specific power requirements. References 1. S. Ramalingam and J T. Black, An Electron Microscopy Study of Chip Formation, Metall. , Vol 4, 1973, p 1103 2. J T. Black, Flow Stress Model in Metal Cutting, J. Eng. , Vol 101, 1979, p 403 3.
6(a) and 6(b)). The theoretical surface roughness obtained from these calculations represents the best finish commonly produced by that particular milling or turning tool and thus provides an indication of the minimum surface roughness possible with a designated tool shape and feed rate. The actual surface roughness may be poorer, because the surface is further degraded by a built-up edge that is usually formed as a characteristic of the machining process. Under some less common occurrences, a finer surface finish than the theoretical is produced because of the wear of the cutting edge that produces the finished surface; the worn tool develops a wearland that provides the tool with a wiping action, which tends to smooth out the theoretical surface irregularities.
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