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1 Milling Milling Operation Types of Milling Operation Milling Parameters Examples Process Capabilities
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2 Milling Operation Milling:
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3 Milling Operation Milling: a) Part fed past a rotating tool with multiple cutting edges; b) Interrupted cutting c) Variety of shapes Profile Pocket Curved surface Slot, etc.
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4 Types of Milling Operation – Slab Milling Slab Milling (Peripheral Milling): Tool axis parallel to the machined surface;
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5 Types of Milling Operation – Slab Milling Up (Conventional) Milling: Cutter motion against the feed; Chips starts at thinnest location; Tendency to chatter; and Pull the part upward V
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6 Types of Milling Operation – Slab Milling Down (Climb) Milling: Cutter motion same as the feed; Chips starts at thickest location; Not for part with hard surface; and Hold the part V
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7 Types of Milling Operation – Face Milling Face Milling: Tool axis perpendicular to the machined surface Multiple cutting inserts
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8 Types of Milling Operation – Face Milling Face Milling Cutter Radial relief angle End relief angle
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9 Types of Milling Operation – Face Milling Up Milling: Cutter motion against the feed Down Milling: Cutter motion same as the feed Up milling Down Milling
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  • Fall '17
  • Milling cutter, face milling, milling operation

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