The basic principle of milling in precision machining
When precision machining manufacturers are involved in precision machining, we must first work out the machining process of mechanical parts to ensure that each joint is flat. In precision machining, milling is used to produce and process all kinds of metal materials and metal materials, and can produce and process the plan view, the cylindrical surface and the cone surface of the surface and the inside.
The whole process of milling can be done by micro-analysis and drilling of steel parts by the abrasive grains of mineral acid, including the comprehensive functions of cumbersome physics and organic chemistry. Since the raw material of the grind tool is softer than the raw material of the steel to be grind, the abrasive particles in the abrasive are placed in the upper layer of the grind or fluctuate to form a multi-blade matrix. Be sure to carry out micro-analysis drilling on the upper layer of the steel under working pressure.
When chromium oxide, polyether or other abrasives are used, a very thin atmosphere oxide film will be formed on the upper layer of the steel. This atmosphere oxide film is very easy to be worn off, and the atmosphere oxide film continues quickly during the whole grinding process. Occurs, and is successively rubbed away by plants, which accelerates the whole process of milling and reduces the roughness.
The passivated abrasive grains carry out extrusion molding on the upper layer of the steel part, causing deformation of the raw material being produced and processed. The peak and valley of the upper layer of the steel part tends to be ironed during the plastic deformation or causes the cold work to become hard and hard during the continuous deformation. Fine cutting occurred.