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Tool design for the milling process of CFRP

: Würtz, C.; Rummenhöller, S.; Klocke, F.

American Society of Mechanical Engineers -ASME-, Petroleum Division:
Engineering Systems Design and Analysis Conference 1996. Proceedings presented at the Third Biennial European Joint Conference on Engineering Systems Design and Analysis. Vol. 3
New York, NY: ASME, 1996 (PD 75)
European Joint Conference on Engineering Systems, Designs and Analysis (ESDA) <3, 1996, Montpellier>
Fraunhofer IPT ()
carbide; CFRP; cutting edge geometry; milling tool; PCD; wear mechanism

Each milling tool, by virtue of its geometrical structure and cutting material, represents a customized solution to the difficulties to be encountered in the manufacturing task in hand. This flexibility is oriented firstly towards the load conditions prevailing in the milling process. In CFRP milling operations, the boundary conditions for the selection of the most suitable tool are mechanical load, which is caused by the abrasive carbon fibers and thermal stress due to the insufficient thermal characteristics of polymer compounds. Analyses of the wear mechanisms in force are used, for example, to reveal potential means of optimizing tools, taking account of the process-specific parameters at the tool design stage.