Cutting Forces During Drilling

Cutting Forces During Drilling

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  • 1 Piece
  • 450000 INR

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Product Description

Cutting Forces during Drilling   

Technical Description of Cutting Forces during Drilling  

Investigation of cutting forces during drilling is fundamental to the teaching of cutting techniques. The set-up comprises a transducer, which also holds the specimen being machined, and an amplifier unit with digital displays. The axial force (feed force) and torque occurring during cutting are measured using strain gauge transducers and digitally displayed on the amplifier unit. The experiments must be conducted in a workshop environment, as a suitable drilling machine is required. The well-structured instructional material sets out the fundamentals and provides a step-by-step guide through the experiments.

Specification of Cutting Forces during Drillinga

  • Drilling measurement device
  • Measurement of feed force and torque
  • Strain gauge type measuring transducer
  • Strain gauge amplifier with digital displays for axial force and torque
  • Splash-proof stainless steel housing for transducer
  • Lab VIEW software for data acquisition via USB under Windows XP or Windows Vista

 

Technical Data of Cutting Forces during Drilling

  • Drilling diameter: max. 16mm
  • Specimens
  • Square l x w: 25x10...25x20mm
  • Possible materials: steel, brass, aluminium,
  • Copper, plastic
  • Measuring ranges
  • Axial force: 0...10kN
  • Torque 0...50Nm
  • Strain gauge in half-bridge configuration

 

Dimensions and Weight of Cutting Forces during Drilling

  • l x w x h: 200x150x170mm (transducer housing)
  • l x w x h: 270x260x120mm (amplifier)
  • Weight: approx. 20kg

 


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