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Milling strategies evaluation when simulating the forming dies’ functional surfaces production

Peter Ižol, Miroslav Tomáš and Jozef Beňo
From the journal Open Engineering

Abstract

The paper deals with selection and evaluation of milling strategies, available in CAM systems and applicable when complicated shape parts are produced, such as forming dies. A method to obtain samples is proposed and this stems from real forming die surface machined by proper strategies. The strategy applicability for the whole part – forming die – is reviewed by the particular specimen evaluation. The presented methodology has been verified by machining model die and comparing it to the production procedure proposed in other CAM systems.

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Received: 2015-12-9
Accepted: 2016-1-23
Published Online: 2016-5-20

©2016 P. Ižol et al.

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