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Volume 11 article 266 pages: 209 - 215
modern day efficient machining requires a new approach to designing machining
technology, which enables the complete engagement of all technological
machining parameters, like cutting speed and cutting feed depending on the work
piece material, characteristics of the machine and tools and volume of the
material removed from the machined zone. Controlling physical quantities, which
appear in the process of cutting, enables us to achieve faster machining
processes when compared to current high speed machining technologies (HSM) and
at the same it increases productivity. This approach to machining requires the
CAM software intelligence to make decisions in real time and optimize tool path,
in order to keeping the constant cutting tool force during whole machining
process. This type of approach was used while designing machining for “heat
exchanger”with the help of imachiningtechnology within SolidCAMsoftware for
programing of CNC machines.Where by reduced the machining time for 36% in
accordance to conventional machining and made a total savings of 45.33%.
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