|Cutting by Milling - Course: Techniques for machining of material. Trainees' handbook of lessons (Institut für Berufliche Entwicklung, 17 p.)|
|1. Purpose and importance of cutting by milling|
|2. Types of milling tools to be applied|
|3. Preparation for cutting by milling|
|4. Cutting by milling|
By cutting by milling we understand the cutting of workpiece of different geometrical forms (prismatic, rotationally symmetrical) with a metal slitting saw blade as the milling tool.
Figure 1 - Metal slitting saw blade
1 - backing material
2 - socket
3 - cutting teeth
Moreover, we can cut workpieces being processed before in a strip shape or bar shape. For example, collar-shaped rotationally symmetrical workpieces can be cut into segments by cutting by milling. Sleeve-shaped workpieces can be applied by cutting by milling (semi-sided) as fixing bushes.
Figure 2 - Sleeve - clamp groove
1 - sleeve
2 - clamp groove
The processing and manufacturing of workpieces by cutting by milling is carried out for the purpose:
- to cut strips, bars, collars and sheaves of different geometrical forms and different raw material.
- to cut bushes (semi-sided) in order to reach the clamping of the male part in the bush.
Figure 3 - Examples for cutting by milling
(1) bar section
(2) collar - segments,
(3) sleeve - clamp groove
- to cut (to notch or to cut out) certain parts for workpieces, such as angle strips where blacks should be bent off.
Figure 4 - Angle iron - bent
(1) angle iron
(2) separation notch
(3) angle iron - bent
The processing and manufacturing of workpieces by cutting by milling is mainly carried out on horizontal milling machines. In special cases cutting by milling is carried out on a vertical milling machine.
That machine is applied especially if the geometrical form of the workpiece or the part to be processed needs a vertical milling machine to be applied.
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On what type of milling machines is cutting by milling mainly