The apparatus is valid in a wide range of applications for on-line non-contact measurement of both inside and outside surface roughness with a measuring range of 0.005~l. 6 μm, a measuringerror of δ<5% and a measuring repeatability of < ±2%.
The paper addresses the major aspects of heat generated in metal cutting in terms of its effects on chip formation, tool wear, and on the functional integrity of the machined component.
The existence of clean metallic surfaces together with the high local hydrostatic stresses favour the formation of strong adhesion between the cutting tool or insert and the machined component.
Surface integrity is classified as the quantitative as well as qualitative properties of the surface and subsurface of a machined component.
A tool system for developing a CIM-oriented part codingand classification system is introduced.In thistool system,users can create their own part coding systems and part classification systems for GTapplication and can construct the CAD/CAPP/CAM integrated system based on GT in CIMSenvironment.
This article deals with the principle of measuring the surface roughness of machine parts byquantitative optical reflective spectroscopy,The structure in principle and hte basic allocation of the circuitare described.The error of the measurement is dlscussed and the way of reducing it suggested.