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This publication, in response to the Fourth foreign convention on complicated production structures and know-how - AMST '96 goals at featuring pattern and up to date details at the most up-to-date advancements - learn effects and commercial event within the box of machining procedures, optimization and method making plans, forming, versatile machining structures, non traditional machining, robotics and keep watch over, measuring and caliber, therefore offering a global discussion board for a useful alternate of principles, and furthering a beneficial cooperation among examine and industry.

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3: Surface roughness - influence of line space It is therefore necessary to consider in each case whether the cutting strategy 1 or 2 will in total bring about superior time and cost reductions. 40 H. e tool wear which increases substantially with increasing cutting speed. It is therefore required to economically get this negative effect under control by using the following means: 1. Optimization of technological parameters Tool life is a close function of feed, cutting speed and infeed depth, the tool life optimum being within a relatively small range of adjustment of the parameters which must be determined individually for each materiaVtool combination [6, 7].

The integrated machinability testing can be used for roughing and finishing machining. It should be pointed out that the aim ofthe 26 years F. W. Taylor research work [4] was done only for roughing work. He emphasized in Part 1 of [4] "our principal object will be to describe the fundamental laws and principles which will enable us to do roughing work in the shortest time. " However, in integrated machinability testing the emphasis is on finishing or light roughing work due to the trend that dimensions of forgings and castings or workpieces produced by other methods are closer to the final dimensions of the part.

The analysis of the obtained data could be done for different purposes. From the tool wear or tool life data, the tool life equations can be determined and applied to optimize cutting conditions on the intelligent machining system. Secondly, an integrated machinability data bank could be built up by directly transferring machinability data from the intelligent machining system. The data obtained in this way could be used and analyzed for other purposes, for example, for process planning, for design, etc.

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