Sub-zero & Cryogenic Treatment for Mechanical Effectiveness Improved by Domestically-Produced End Mills.
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Product development of End Mills AISI M42 tool steels products by cryogenics treatments after process by heating system through austenite structure had been conducted in order to increase effectiveness of wear resistance geometry designed in quenching figures, quality of chip flow and improved by the cutting edge with sub-zero and heating system through producing the cutting tools on the rim of rake angle at 8° and 12° and 15° austenite temperature at 1,210 ° C varied in room with temperatures at 35°C lower - 70 °C and -196°C respectively. The tempering at 535°C had been three time. End Mills figures, then, had been operated by 5 axis CNC grinding machine for the tools. The experiment had been conducted in accordance with the AISI 1045. Such as result revealed that stress relive of tools. it hardness between 67.7 up to 68.3 HRC and reduced I HRC. Having compared with the un-stress relief, it revealed that on the 15° rake angle shear force increased 8° and 12° respectively. The result had denied the Shear theory, however resisted against erosion better than 12° and 8°. The result revealed that cooling at - 196°C would help increase more 15% of cut effectiveness. Cooling treatment below 0° had tended to positively resist the erosion of the out tools. With its development of control of degrees of cooling substance acid, the quality of products would be better increased. Such a result could be based of the development of product lines on highly-qualities cut tools which was domestically produced.
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