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標題: 6061鋁合金之高速銑削行為與實驗探討
Experimental Investigation on Characteristics of High-Speed Milling of 6061 Aluminum Alloy
作者: 陳永正
Chen, Cheng-Young
關鍵字: High Speed Milling;高速銑削;HSC;cutting;Taguchi;6061-T651;face-milling;slot-milling;side-milling;高速切削;切削;田口法;鋁合金;面銑;槽銑;側銑
出版社: 機械工程學系
本研究透過MAKINO-A55工具機進行實驗,實驗結果發現,表面粗糙度實驗值與理論值有所差異,面銑為1.2-3倍,槽銑為10-12倍,而側銑則為20倍左右;同時亦發現高速切削的確可得到相當優異的表面,如面銑Ra <0.5m,槽銑Ra <2m,而側銑Ra <0.4m。又經田口法分析後,當面銑之刀具直徑愈大時,則表面品質下降;而表面品質最佳的製程參數組合是每刃進給0.06mm/tooth、切削速度850m/min、切削深度0.2mm、刀具直徑50mm、切削寬度與刀具直徑比為70%;而在銑削深度0.2mm時銑削力最小,此與表面粗糙度的最佳參數表現不謀而合。另槽銑實驗則發現每刃進給影響最大,較小的進給量可以獲得較佳的表面;至於最佳表面粗糙度的製程參數組合為每刃進給0.035mm/tooth、切削速度410m/min、切削深度0.1mm和刀具直徑16mm。側銑表面粗糙度最佳參數組合則為每刃進給0.035mm/tooth、切削速度360m/min、切削深度8mm、切削寬度0.3mm和刀具直徑20mm,其中影響最大的因子亦為每刃進給。

High-speed cutting (HSC) is a machining method with low cutting depth, high feed rate and high cutting speed. It takes the advantages of lower machining time and cost as well as low thermal deformation and low cutting force. This thesis first analyzes the trajectory of a cutting edge and then drives the shape of chips, cutting force and surface roughness base on the trajectory. Experiments using the commonly used aluminum alloy 6061-T651 on a MAKINO-A55 machine tool is then designed and conducted to verity the surface roughness and to find the process parameters for best surface roughness. Experiments are designed by the Taguchi method in order to minimize the number of experiments.
The result shows the real surface roughness is higher than the ideal one from 1.2 to 3 times for face milling; 10 to 12 times for slot milling and about 20 times worse for side milling. It also shows good surface finish can be easily achieved by HSC, for example, Ra<0.5m for face milling; Ra<2m for slot milling, and Ra<0.4m for side milling. Process parameters for best surface roughness are allocated based on the ANOVA (ANalysis Of VAriance) and the S/N (Signal to Noise) ratio. It is found that the tool diameter plays as the most important factor in face milling. The surface quality become worse as it increases. Minimum cutting force is obtained at depth of cut being 0.2mm which is consistent with the best surface finish. The feed per cutting edge, on the other hand, has been found as the most affective factor in slot milling and in side milling. Better surface finish can be achieved by reducing feed per cutting edge.
Analysis of experimental data further finds that cutting forces and built-up edges increase as the depth of cut increases. Moreover, it is also found strong co-relation between the surface roughness and cutting force from frequency spectrum. This phenomenon is worthy of further investigation.
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