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A step towards sustainable machining through increasing the cutting tool utilization

Schultheiss, Fredrik LU ; Zhou, Jinming LU ; Gröntoft, Elias and Ståhl, Jan-Eric LU (2013) Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing SIM 2013 In Green Design, Materials and Manudacturing Processes p.191-196
Abstract
Machining is an important and widely spread manufacturing method which should not be neglected while striving towards sustainable production. Several previous articles have discussed sustainable machining and different approaches towards reaching this goal. However, few have discussed the influence of the cutting tool utilization on the sustainability during machining. This article presents a novel approach of increasing the tool utilization during both turning and milling operations. Experimental results show that by utilizing the cutting tools more efficiently it is possible to increase the tool life by up to 100 % depending on machining scenario. Thus, a significant step towards sustainable production could be made.
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191 - 196
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Taylor & Francis
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Sustainable Intelligent Manufacturing SIM 2013
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978-1-138-00046-9
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English
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