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How to Use a Five Axis Machining Center to Process Titanium Alloy Shaped Parts

Having advanced five-axis machining centres, Richconn would love to share with you the method of machining titanium alloy special-shaped parts using a five-axis machining centre and the key points of titanium alloy machining.


How to Use a Five Axis Machining Center to Process Titanium Alloy Shaped Parts


Preparation


Titanium alloy processing requires the use of special cooling fluids, which can effectively reduce temperature, reduce wear, and maintain stable machining quality. At the same time, we need to choose special tools suitable for titanium alloy processing to ensure cutting quality and tool life.


Programming


When writing machining programs, it is necessary to detail the parameters of each machining step, including cutting speed, feed speed, cutting depth, and feed depth. When machining special-shaped parts, it is especially important to design the cutting path to avoid cutting too deep or too shallow.


Machining Practice


In practical machining, it is necessary to adjust the parameters flexibly according to the actual situation to obtain the best machining effect. Generally, titanium alloy processing speed is slower, cutting depth is shallower, and the cutting path needs to be more complex to ensure machining quality and stability.


How to Use a Five Axis Machining Center to Process Titanium Alloy Shaped Parts


In addition to the above basic points, the following are some specific numbers and tips for your reference:


  • Selection of Cooling Fluid

In titanium alloy processing, the selection of cooling fluid is very important. Generally, you can choose titanium alloy special cooling fluids, which have better cooling performance, can effectively reduce tool wear and temperature, and improve processing quality and efficiency.


  • Cutting Speed and Feed Speed

When machining titanium alloy special-shaped parts, the cutting speed and feed speed need to be adjusted according to specific situations. Generally, the cutting speed is around 60-90m/min, and the feed speed is around 1000-3000mm/min.


  • Selection of Tools

When choosing titanium alloy tools, it is necessary to consider factors such as tool hardness, wear resistance, and high temperature resistance. Generally, coated tools and alloy tools can be selected, which have better hardness and wear resistance.


  • Design of Cutting Path

When designing the cutting path, it is necessary to consider the properties of titanium alloy to avoid problems such as cutting too deep or too shallow. Generally, progressive cutting and equal division cutting technologies should be adopted to reduce thermal deformation of titanium alloy and stress concentration during cutting.


  • Accuracy Requirements

The machining accuracy of titanium alloy special-shaped parts is relatively high, generally requiring about ±0.005mm. During machining, it is necessary to control the cutting depth and feed speed, as well as the wear of the tool.


How to Use a Five Axis Machining Center to Process Titanium Alloy Shaped PartsHow to Use a Five Axis Machining Center to Process Titanium Alloy Shaped Parts


In summary, titanium alloy machining is a high-tech machining process that requires professional knowledge and experience. During OEM precision CNC machining, attention needs to be paid to key points such as cooling fluid, tools, and programming parameters, and parameters that need to be adjusted flexibly according to specific conditions to obtain the best machining effect and precision.


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