cutting tool


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Noun1.cutting tool - a cutting implementcutting tool - a cutting implement; a tool for cutting
bolt cutter - an implement for cutting bolts
cigar cutter - an implement for cutting the tip off of a cigar
cutting implement - a tool used for cutting or slicing
die - a cutting tool that is fitted into a diestock and used for cutting male (external) screw threads on screws or bolts or pipes or rods
edge tool - any cutting tool with a sharp cutting edge (as a chisel or knife or plane or gouge)
glass cutter - a tool for cutting glass
tile cutter - a cutter (tool for cutting) for floor tiles
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It was found that cutting tool stresses decrease by increasing cutting speed, but the stresses increase with increasing material hardness.
In through-tool coolant systems, each cutting tool requires a different coolant flow in order to achieve its optimum pre-set pressure.
Workpiece is held in rotating chuck and single point cutting tool is used to process the material in round bar form.
Kyocera Corporation announced that it completed a new manufacturing facility in Ganzhou City, Jiangxi Province, China, aimed at further strengthening the companys industrial cutting tool business in the country.
The cutting tool is one of the important elements in realizing the full potential out of any metal cutting operation.
The required geometry of a cutting tool is obtained using the grinding process.
com)-- This fall, TMX Cutting Tool Solutions announces a new line of CAT 40 and CAT 50 Shell Mill Arbors.
The cutting tool is under impact load at this moment, which is significantly higher than the estimated values calculated by the conventional continuous cut method [2,3].
During the machining procedure they measure response attributes such as surface roughness, chip form, part tolerance, cutting forces and cutting tool wear and/or failure.
German cutting tool manufacturer Wink has introduced its range of finishing variants for diecutting tools to the North American market.
Proposed product mix can include: * High carbon steel tools for soft materials, * High speed tools for materials like tungsten, chromium, vanadium, molybdenum, * Tools of non-ferrous alloys, * Carbide cutting tool inserts based on powder metallurgy technology, * Diamond tipped tools for hard materials, * Tools with aluminum oxide powder additives of titanium, magnesium or chromium oxide.
The MTP system works by generating a cutting-tool motion that oscillates along the tool-path vector, so that the cutting tool periodically engages and disengages from the cut face to create a broken or segmented chip.