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Residual stresses when finish turning of Ti6Al4V skin produced by SLM

Abstract : Additive manufacturing processes is particularly interesting to reduce the weight of a part by associate lattice structures to a thin skin. In order to ensure a finished product with the dimensional and structural requirements of an industrial part, a post processing by machining is necessary. The proposed work studied the surface integrity after finish turning of thin wall of Ti-6Al-4V part produced by SLM. An experimental design approach is used to study the effect of cutting parameters on machinability and surface integrity. The studied parameters are the cutting angle, the tool nose radius, the cutting depth, the feed rate and the cutting speed.
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Gael Le Coz, R Piquard, A d'Acunto, D Bouscaud, M Fischer, et al.. Residual stresses when finish turning of Ti6Al4V skin produced by SLM. High Speed Machining, Apr 2018, San Sebastian, Spain. ⟨hal-03375151⟩



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