The extreme efficiency of the new model in milling of complicated surfaces

Huran, Liu
August 2013
International Journal of Advanced Manufacturing Technology;Aug2013, Vol. 67 Issue 9-12, p2765
Academic Journal
The colleagues of the author of this paper applied the concept of 'contact' in differential geometry into the machining of the sculptured surface (Chun et al., Math Theor Appl, 23(3):105-108, ) and presented the second-order contact principle of the machining of complicated surfaces, using the circumference circle of the flat-end mill to sweep the curved surface instead of ball-end mill. But only mathematical deductions were presented in the paper. This paper proves that it is a highly effective method. Compared with other references, the theory of this paper is more restricted, and the method of this paper is suitable to the primary analytic geometry and the simulation surface of the numerical geometry as well. With definite procedure of calculation, the equations in this paper are easily solved.


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