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Korčok, M., Koleda, P., Barcík, Š., Očkajová, A., and Kučerka, M. (2019). "Effect of technological and material parameters on final surface quality of machining when milling thermally treated spruce wood," BioRes. 14(4), 10004-10013.

Abstract

A verification experiment was performed to monitor the impact of technical, technological, material, and tool factors on the roughness of the milled surface (average roughness Ra) during plane milling of thermally treated spruce wood. The technological parameters were: four heat treatment temperatures (160 °C, 180 °C, 200 °C, and 220 °C; one sample kept in its natural state), three feed rates (6 m·min-1, 10 m·min-1, and 15 m·min-1), three cutting speeds (20 m·s-1, 40 m·s-1, and 60 m·s-1), three tool rake angles (15°, 20°, and 30°), and three types of used blades (HSS 18% W with AlTiCrN coating, tool steel knife 19 573 induction hardened, and steel knife MAXIMUM SPECIAL 55). The result of the experiments showed the individual effects of the parameters in the following order: used knife, heat treatment, angular geometry, cutting speed, and feed rate.


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