Development and Application of Self-Propelled Rotary Tool for the Wear Evaluation during Machining of E0300 Alloy Steel Using Various Inserts

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Dr. Sandeep M. Salodkar


In this research work, the self-propelled rotary circular tool holder is developedto study the effect of circular tool and self-propelled rotational techniques is utilized during turning. However, few points have been considered during design and fabrication of the self-propelled rotary circular tool holder such as circular tool holder should be rigid, rotate freely, circular tool can be hold with different inclination angles, bearing should be selected properly so that minimum frictional energy requires during rotation. Keeping the points as mentioned above, a self-propelled rotary circular tool holder has been designed and fabricated for potential application of rotary technique in the turning of E0300 steel.

An in-depth study is being carried out during experimental investigation using developed self-propelled rotary tooling system. The influence of machining parameters on flank wear during turning on E0300 alloy steel using rotary tool is alsoinvestigated

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