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TOOL WEAR MEASUREMENT AFTER MILLING OF ALUMINUM ALLOY USING COMBINED ROUGHNESS AND CONTOUR DEVICE

During separation of work surface in machining process and transforming it into chips, tool remains in constant contact with the workpiece. During this contact, there are a series of phenomena leading to the tool wear. Tool wear monitoring, and determination of tool life which is a signal to replace the tool with a new one, is important to ensure the continuity of production process in any company where elements are produced by machining. The article presents the results of tool wear measurement after milling of AlSi10Mg aluminum alloy using combined roughness and contour device.
  • APA 6th style
Matuszak, J. (2015). Tool wear measurement after milling of aluminum alloy using combined roughness and contour device. Applied Computer Science, 11(4), 51-57. 
  • Chicago style
Matuszak, Jakub. "Tool Wear Measurement after Milling of Aluminum Alloy Using Combined Roughness and Contour Device." Applied Computer Science 11, no. 4 (2015): 51-57.
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J. Matuszak, "Tool wear measurement after milling of aluminum alloy using combined roughness and contour device," Applied Computer Science, vol. 11, no. 4, pp. 51-57, 2015.
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Matuszak J. Tool wear measurement after milling of aluminum alloy using combined roughness and contour device. Applied Computer Science. 2015;11(4):51-7.​​​​​​