A milling cutter made of cemented carbide is called a cemented carbide milling cutter. Cemented carbide is a powder metallurgy product sintered in a vacuum furnace or a hydrogen reduction furnace with cobalt or nickel
1. Check the power and rigidity of the machine tool to ensure that the required cutter diameter can be used on the machine tool.
2. The overhang of the tool on the spindle should be as short as possible to reduce the impact of the milling cutter axis and workpiece position on the impact load.
1. The degree of influence of the cutting depth and feed speed of the milling cutter on the service life is second and second respectively.
That is to say, the true meaning of increasing the life of the tool is: at the lowest possible speed, the highest cutting depth and feed rate are used (subject to the tolerance of the tool and the surface roughness of the workpiece to meet the requirements and other factors) To multiply these three values.