the ability to carry out processing such as: conturing, trochoidal
That is, many operations are using trochoidal
milling approaches, which means that there is a constant maximum chip thickness and a short arc of contact, which results in high feed rates, minimal vibration, and long tool life.
5] introduce an idea on using circle curve to replace standard trochoidal
root fillet with BEM.
7] Soichi Ibaraki, , Iwao Yamaji, Atsushi Matsubara, On the removal of critical cutting regions by trochoidal
grooving, Precision Engineering, Vol.
The most intense vortex begins a trochoidal
, sometimes prolate cycloidal, (7) motion about the larger circulation (Fig.
As the tool rotates and advances simultaneously, the cutter traces trochoidal
With increasing wind speed, the shapes of the sea waves become more trochoidal
, and the motions of the facets on the sea surface are no longer closed orbits.
A few isolated trochoidal
(symmetrical) sharp-crested sandwaves are oriented normal to the mussel reefs (Figs 4, 5).
and plunge milling strategies, combined with rigid holders and the new milling tools on the market, let even low-end machines achieve considerable chip volume with no loss of speed or performance.
Other Mastercam X2 features include automatic toolpathing, which imports designs and automatically applies predefined machining strategies to jobs; added selection tools to streamline everyday programming; a surface extend function, which can extend both trimmed and untrimmed surface edges; and trochoidal
motion in high speed tool paths, which assists machining of harder materials.
In recent years, machining strategies such as trochoidal
and morph cutting have been introduced in attempts to mitigate the negative impact of tool overload.