A milling strategy provides a scenario for a milling application. The strategy defines the milling cutter, the cutting data, and the recommended trajectories for the milling cutter.
But milling strategies are a typical chicken-or-egg dilemma. Which one leads the other two? Is the tool path the driver and milling cutter type, and feeds and speeds should be adapted? Or is the milling cutter type the driving choice? Or the feeds and speeds? Or all 3 at the same time? Or none of the 3?
With this second sessions on Milling Strategies, we want to provide production executives and senior machining experts the evidence-based data and practices to select the technological milling strategies they should apply to innovate and grow their global machining production technology and organization.
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Machining Economics part 2
Technical Machining Strategy Part 1
Machining mastery explored: Model-based machining advancements
Part 1 - What you don't know about tool holders could hurt your manufacturing!
Part 2 - What you don't know about tool holders could hurt your manufacturing!
Part 2 - Take full profit of advanced cutting materials
Machining Economics part 1
Part 1 - Take full profit of advanced cutting materials
Is average chip thickness an outdated concept?
Thermo dynamical considerations on machining
Compensation Techniques For Smart And Sustainable Machining
The fascinating tale of microseconds and micrometres, and machining quality
Why geometry is the undisputed champion of efficient machining?
MILLING CUTTER POSITIONING. WHAT IS IT? AND WHY IS IT SO IMPORTANT?
Part 2 - Tool holding technology
Take full profit of advanced cutting materials - Part 1
Take full profit of advanced cutting materials - Part 2