Machining stainless steels requires more cutting edges as when a similar machining operation in construction steel. When the professional machinist understands why this is, he can limit the higher tooling costs when machining stainless steels to a reasonable and acceptable levels. Selecting a good machining methodology, a well though over tooling selection and an intelligent determination of cutting conditions are the elements he must fully master.
This presentations unveil the most important reasons of the low machinability ratings of stainless steels and advises some of the steps the professional machinist could take to improve the process. Special attention is given on how to avoid false economies when machining stainless steels.
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