The influence of grinding speed on the creep-feed grinding process
Grinding is usually the last stage of the technological process and determines the quality of manufactured products. One of the varieties of grinding more and more often used in practice is deep grinding which is called Creep-Feed Grinding. It is characterized by a high value of grinding infeed and slow feed. Technological parameters such as the depth of grinding and the speed of feed have a significant impact on the quality of the workpiece. However, also the grinding speed has an influence on the grinding process and the result of machining. Therefore, experimental studies on the impact of grinding speed on the surface roughness and grinding force components were carried out. The tests were realized in the deep-grinding grinding process of Inconel 718 with a grinding wheel made of mixture of sintered alumina and ruby corundum.
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