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About the process of "Face Milling"
Process of Applying
With some interruptions (slots or holes), surfaces are passed via intermittent face milling
During interruptions, do away from milling. These intermittent cuts are required on cutting edges due their ability to cause a number of exit and entry points
Secondarily, the suggested feed rate should be reduced by 50% over the workpiece area where interruptions are being done.
Face milling of thin-walled and deflecting sections
The resultant direction of main cutting forces should be compared with the workpiece stability
During the milling process of axially-weak parts, the cutter used should be 90° shoulder milling type, since it gives an axial direction to a large chuck of cutting force
Else, a light cutting cutter can be used
Axial depths of cuts less than 0.5–2 mm should be avoided so as to decrease the axial forces
For smallest number of edges in cut, coarse-pitched cutter should be used
Edging of thin sections using face milling cutters
Off-center position is ideal for cutter in case face milling processes are done on thin section's edges. Along the wall, there is uniform distribution of cutting forces along with smoother cutting that results in reducing the vibration risk.
Selected cutter pitch should be able to keep more than 1 insert in cut at any given time
Vibration risk can be reduced with the use of briefer parallel land and smaller insert radius
Less value is recommended in cutting depth, cutting data and feed/tooth
Lightest possible insert geometry should be used