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Spiral Bevel Gears Face Roughness Prediction Produced by CNC End Milling Centers
The emergence of multitasking machines in the machine tool sector presents new opportunities for the machining of large size gears and short production series in these machines. However, the possibility of using standard ...
Five-Axis Milling of Large Spiral Bevel Gears: Toolpath Definition, Finishing, and Shape Errors
In this paper, a five-axis machining process is analyzed for large spiral-bevel gears, an interesting process for one-of-kind manufacturing. The work is focused on large sized spiral bevel gears manufacturing using universal ...
Super Abrasive Machining of Integral Rotary Components Using Grinding Flank Tools
Manufacturing techniques that are applied to turbomachinery components represent a challenge in the aeronautic sector. These components require high resistant super-alloys in order to satisfy the extreme working conditions ...
Drilling Process in γ-TiAl Intermetallic Alloys
Gamma titanium aluminides (gamma-TiAl) present an excellent behavior under high temperature conditions, being a feasible alternative to nickel-based superalloy components in the aeroengine sector. However, considered as a ...
Hole Making by Electrical Discharge Machining (EDM) of -TiAl Intermetallic Alloys
Due to their excellent strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion and wear resistance, gamma-TiAl alloys are selected for aerospace and automotive applications. Since these materials are difficult to cut and machine by ...
Comparison of Flank Super Abrasive Machining vs. Flank Milling on Inconel® 718 Surfaces
Thermoresistant superalloys present many challenges in terms of machinability, which leads to finding new alternatives to conventional manufacturing processes. In order to face this issue, super abrasive machining (SAM) ...