Surface Relief Shaping by Combined Machining of Aluminum Alloys

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The article describes the formation of surface topography in combined finishing machining. Use of combined machining can achieve a better quality of the resulting surface. Multiple studies have helped to formulate the main provisions and recommendations regarding the determination of appropriate machining parameters, selection of cutting parameters and the environmental requirements the cutting tool in use should meet. However, many questions on the quality of, and opportunities for combined shaping methods have not yet been studied.




Inozemtsev, V. E. (2016). Surface Relief Shaping by Combined Machining of Aluminum Alloys. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 150, pp. 948–952). Elsevier Ltd.

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