INFLUENCE OF THE SEQUENCE OF PROCESSING OPERATIONS ON THE WORKPIECE DEFORMATIONS
The accuracy of processing parts with low rigidity is influenced by their deformation during the cutting process. Deformations are influenced by several factors such as the cutting parameters, the fixing mode, the processing sequence etc. To obtain parts that need to correspond to the indications in the technical drawing, it is necessary to study these deformations and establish an appropriate processing technology. The work presents the establishment of a machining sequence of grooves by turning on a part with low rigidity based on the finite element analysis of the deformations of the part during processing.
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