Selection & Application of Tooling for CNC Turning Centres - IMTMA/P006

Programme Background

In the highly competitive market scenario, customers determine the price of a product and entrepreneurs need to continuously fine tune the costs to realize profits. Generally, there is an enormous waste due to poor utilization of CNC machines. Although the material cost cannot be reduced, the machining cost can be drastically brought down by about 20% by proper selection and application of tooling.

Focus Areas
  • Selection of cutting tools and machining parameters for different work materials. 
  • Fineries  of  Turning processes and tool selection 
  • Selection parameters based on power and torque criteria 
  • Applications of advanced tool materials - Ceramics, CBN, PCD and Cermets
  • Economics of machining – Tool cost Vs cost of machining
  • Tool probes for reducing setup time 
  • Hard part machining – advantages and applications 
  • Tooling for Heat Resistant Super Alloys (HRSA) and Aerospace materials 
  • Lastest trends in Tooling for CNC Turning Centres

Live demonstrations on :

  • Optimising cutting parameters for Steel, CI and Non ferrous materials. 
  • Effect of chip breaker geometry and feed in chip formation/chip flow. 
  • Achieving surface finish by using wiper insert. 
  • Hard part machining 
  • Using PCD tools for non ferrous machining 

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